Osteoarthritis is a progressive, degenerative condition in dogs that gradually becomes more severe. While there's no cure for this painful condition, your Berkeley vet can provide treatments to help manage symptoms and allow your dog to enjoy a good quality of life.
Our Berkeley veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.Book An Appointment
When dogs are diagnosed with anemia it means that there is an underlying condition threatening your dog's overall health. Today our Berkeley vets explain the different types of anemia seen in dogs, as well as their symptoms of anemia and how it can be treated.
Knowing how to care for your dog's wounds at home and veterinary care is called for are important aspects of being a pet parent. In today's post, our Berkeley vets offer advice on how to care for a dog wound at home and signs that it's time to head to the vet.
If your pet suffers from chronic pain, arthritis, or the discomfort of gastrointestinal issues, acupuncture may be able to help relieve your pet's pain and help your pet feel better. Here, our Berkeley vets discuss veterinary acupuncture for pain management.
One thing that we know about dogs is that they love to eat everything they can get their mouths on. Unfortunately, sometimes they eat substances that they shouldn't such as chewing gum. Our Berkeley vets discuss why gum is toxic to dogs and what you should do if you notice that your dog ate gum.
Teething can be a trying time for puppy owners. Pain caused by teething often leads our four-legged babies to chew on things they shouldn't - including favorite shoes or accessible toes. Today, our Berkeley vets share advice on how to help relieve your puppy's pain and survive this difficult stage.
Your dog suddenly stops, extends their neck, and produces a loud snorting sound. There is a good chance that you have just witnessed a reverse sneeze, and while it may be somewhat alarming it is common in small dogs. Our Berkeley vets explain paroxysmal respiration.