Dogs are notorious for finding ways of eating and chewing on things that they shouldn't, one thing they made eat that could cause you to worry is gum. Our Somerset vets discuss why gum can be dangerous to our canine companions and what you should do if your dog eats gum.
Did you know that humans are not alone in experiencing anxiety and depression? Dogs can also experience these emotions. Our Somerset vets talk about anxiety and depression in dogs, what the signs are and how you can help them feel better.
While injuries happen and most will be small and easy to care for, but you should make sure that you know how to care for any potential injuries that could happen. Today our Somerset veterinary team offers advice on dog wound care at home and when you should bring your dog to see a vet.
While we are used to the signs of panting in dogs while they are playing or is they get too warm, it may be worrying to see them panting excessively when they shouldn't be. Today, our Somerset vets discuss the common reasons why your dog is panting and reasons why your dog pants at night.
It is important for all creatures to drink plenty of water otherwise they could experience a variety of unpleasant symptoms that accompany dehydration. Our Somerset vets talk about why your cat won't drink water and what you can do to ensure that they drink enough to stay hydrated.
If you discover a lump under your dog's skin it may be startling. It is good to know that not all lumps are possible cancer but rarely it may be. Our Somerset vets discuss cancer in dogs and the possible types as well as the signs of cancer and possible diagnosis and treatment.
When you own a dog there are many things that you get with the dog such as lifelong love and companionship. Something else you may get with your companion is dog breath. Here, our Somerset vets discuss the possible causes of your dog's bad breath and some possible ways to treat and prevent it.