We understand that it can be upsetting to take your pet for a blood test. To help ease your concerns, our Upland vets are here to help explain blood tests for dogs.
Your dog has just been diagnosed with cancer. As a worried pet owner, you'll likely be feeling overwhelmed and have many questions. In this post, our Inland Valley Veterinary Specialists vets give an overview of treatment options and some practical advice for dog owners.
Not sure whether getting your pet spayed or neutered is worth the time or the money? Read on to find out why our Upland vets believe that getting your dog or cat fixed is important, and when to get your pet spayed or neutered.
If your dog is diagnosed with autoimmune anemia your vet will begin the process of diagnosing and treating the underlying illness that is causing your pup's condition. Autoimmune anemia is a sign that your dog is suffering from an underlying health condition that requires immediate attention. Our Upland vets will explain how to treat anemia in dogs.
Our Inland Valley Veterinary Specialists know that responsible dog owners spend a lot of time picking up their dog's poop. So, if you're cleaning up your dog's poop and you've noticed blood, you probably want to know what to do. Our Upland vets can explain what's wrong and what you can do to help.
Vomiting and diarrhea are common signs of gastrointestinal upset in cats and dogs. There are a number of causes for these conditions. Here, our Upland vets share what you should know, and what to do if your pet is experiencing these symptoms.
FHO surgery can be an effective way to treat hip problems and restore pain-free mobility in some dogs. In today's post, our Upland vets describe how a dog and cat's hip work, problems that could affect your dog and cat's hip, and what’s involved in FHO surgery.