Is your dog simply ignoring you, or do they have a ruptured eardrum? Today, our Orange Park vets discuss how to know if your dog has a ruptured eardrum.
Cats regularly shed the outer layers of their nails. They typically remove the outer layer by scratching something and leaving a small claw-shaped nail behind, revealing the shiny and sharp new claw beneath. However, this is sometimes not the case, and your cat's nails could be splintering for other reasons. Today, our Orange Park vets will go over other reasons your cat's nails might split.
Skin allergies in dogs can cause your pooch to become itchy, irritable, and uncomfortable. Our Orange Park vets give some insight into how allergic reactions can lead to symptoms - and what to do if you notice redness, itching, or other symptoms.
Parasites are a constant danger to your dog that can range from an annoyance to life-threatening. In this post, our Orange Park vets will go over some of the parasites and why it is so important to prevent the infection and practice parasite control for dogs.
Yeast ear infections can be a real problem for dogs living in hot and humid climates - even for just a few brief summer months - but you may be able to help prevent your dog from developing a yeast ear infection. Our Orange Park vets explain how.
Ear infections are a common reason for dogs to visit our Orange Park vets. Thankfully, most ear infections in dogs are easy to treat if caught early. Here are some of the signs of dog ear infections, and what to do if your dog's ears aren't as healthy as they should be.