We know you love your pet and want to do everything you can to keep them happy and healthy for the rest of their lives. So, today, our Norristown vets share some pointers on how to create a healthy environment and lifestyle for your four-legged companion.
Cat diabetes is becoming more common. It can jeopardize your cat's quality of life and longevity if left untreated. Today, our Norristown veterinarians discuss some of the signs and symptoms of diabetes in cats, as well as the treatment options available.
Anaplasmosis is one of many tick-borne diseases that threaten human, pet, and other animal health across the United States. Our Trooper Veterinary Hospital veterinarians discuss the symptoms of Anaplasmosis in dogs and how to treat it in today's post.
Full or partial paralysis in cats indicates that your kitty has lost their ability to move one or more body parts. On the other hand, laryngeal paralysis in cats is a disorder of the upper airway that affects your cat's voice and ability to breathe properly. Our Norristown vets explain more about these very serious conditions.
Ticks can spread a number of serious diseases to pets and people, so protecting your pet is important. Today, the vets from Trooper Veterinary Hospital explain how these external parasites live and how you can protect your pet and your family.