At Michigan Avenue Animal Hospital our vets see fewer cases of heatstroke in cats than in dogs, nonetheless, it does happen. Here we share some of the symptoms of heatstroke in cats, and what you should do if you think your cat is suffering from heatstroke.
Although panting during a warm day or while playing fetch is normal for dogs, excessive panting at night can be cause for concern. Besides causing sleepless nights for you and your dog, nighttime panting can be an indication that something is amiss. Today, our Ypsilanti vets discuss signs, treatments, and when to go to the vet.
Occasionally cats may experience the symptoms of a urinary blockage. These blockages can be life-threatening if not treated immediately and a perineal urethrostomy may be suggested. In today's post, our Ypsilanti vets talk about what perineal urethrostomy surgery is and what to expect from PU surgery and recovery for your cat.
Much like their pet parents, dogs can experience anxiety and depression from time to time. If you think that your dog is feeling anxious or blue the good news is that you may be able to help your dog feel better with these tips from our Ypsilanti vets.
If you have a cat you may be wondering if you should get your cat fixed and when you should have it done. Well, our Michigan Avenue Animal Hospital vets will explain the importance of getting your cat fixed and when the right time is to get it done.
Having your dog spayed or neutered prevents unwanted litters of puppies and can also help to curb undesirable behaviors and even reduce the risk of certain diseases. Here, our Ypsilanti vets share what you should know about getting your puppy fixed.
Caring for Pets in Ypsilanti
Michigan Avenue Animal Hospital is accepting new patients! Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.