If your dog is experiencing dental health problems they will not only be in pain but also at risk of other health concerns. Luckily, by ensuring routine dental care and cleanings you can help keep your dog's mouth healthy. Our Albany vets share the signs that your dog is in need of their teeth cleaned and how you can help care for their teeth at home.
Of the more than 1,300 species of Cichlidae, the freshwater angelfish ranks as the favorite for people looking to keep fish as pets. This beautiful species of fish is loved by many for its long elegant fins and feisty personality. Today our Albany vets share tips on caring for your freshwater angelfish.
Like people, dogs can lose their eyesight and struggle with the challenges of going blind. Here, our Albany vets share how to recognize the first signs of deteriorating eyesight in dogs, some causes, and what you should do if you suspect blindness.
Dog wellness exams provide your vet with the opportunity to monitor your pet's health, check for early signs of disease, and provide preventive treatments to help protect your pet against potentially life-threatening conditions. Today, our Albany vets explain how routine exams help to keep your dog well.
Ehrlichiosis is a serious disease that develops in dogs after being bitten by an infected tick. Although particularly common in Southeastern and Southwestern United States this tick-borne disease is seen in dogs across North America. Our Albany vets are able to diagnose and treat Ehrlichiosis. Learn more about this serious threat to your dog's health here.