While panting is common for dogs, panting or heavy breathing in cats is rare. In fact, if your cat is breathing heavily it could be a sign of an underlying health concern. Here, our Norristown vets share a few of the reasons why cats may breathe heavily or pant, and when it's time to head to the vet.
Osteoarthritis is a progressive, degenerative condition in dogs that becomes more severe over time. Although there is no cure for this painful condition, symptoms can often be successfully managed to help your dog enjoy a good quality of life as they continue to age with osteoarthritis.
Dogs suffering from chronic pain experience a serious decline in quality of life, yet the signs of chronic pain can be difficult for even the most attentive pet parents to spot. Here, our Norristown vets discuss chronic pain in dogs, the signs, and treatments that can help your dog live more comfortably.
Cats are adventurous, inquisitive creatures who love to explore their environment. Sometimes on their adventures, they can become injured and obtain a wound. Today, our Norristown vets discuss the common causes of wounds in cats, how you can help treat them, and when to take your lovable kitty to the vet.
Kidney failure can have a devastating effect on your cat's kidneys, related organs, and bodily functions. Today, our Norristown vets list the symptoms of kidney failure in cats, as well as potential causes and treatment options.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) can impact part or all of your dog's gastrointestinal tract. It can also be difficult to diagnose. Today, our Norristown vets share some of the symptoms of IBD in dogs, as well as foods that may help your pup feel better.