Gingivitis is a potentially severe condition that causes inflammation of your cat's gums. In extreme cases, cats with gingivitis can have difficulties eating and experience severe pain. Our Windsor vets explain more.
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Diagnostic imaging technologies can help our Windsor vets determine the cause, extent, or seriousness of a pet's illness or injury. Today, we discuss various diagnostic imaging methods used to pinpoint the cause of your pet's symptoms.
If your dog has patches of hair loss with a crusty coating, it could be ringworm. In today's post, our Windsor vets explain the signs of ringworm in dogs, how it is diagnosed and how to prevent the spread to other pets.
Parvovirus is a potentially life-threatening disease seen in cats. Our Windsor vets explain the causes, symptoms, prevention, and treatment options for parvovirus in cats so that you can take proactive steps to protect the health of your feline family member.
Get the most out of your pet's routine exam appointment by asking your veterinarian these important questions suggested by our Windsor vets.