Regrettably, lots of dogs at Southborough Veterinary Hospital end up dealing with gum disease, which we usually call periodontal disease. This problem can really harm your furry friend's teeth and health. In this article, our vets will tell you what causes this disease in dogs and what you can do to stop it from happening.
Ear mites are common and highly contagious external parasites in cats and dogs. They can lead to infections that cause excessive itching, scratching, and eventual health issues. Our vets in Southboroughprovide info on ear mites in cats, including symptoms, causes, and treatments.
Annual vaccinations from our Southborough vets are typically far cheaper than paying to have your dog treated for the diseases these vaccines protect against. Here we share reasons why you should have your dog vaccinated and provide you with a handy schedule for your pup's shots.
Your dog having ringworm might not seem to bat at first, but if you don't treat it, it can cause bigger issues. Our Southborough vets explain everything a dog owner should know about ringworm, including identifying and treating it.
Parvovirus is a highly contagious and dangerous virus for dogs. It spreads easily through contact with infected dogs or their belongings like toys, bowls, or leashes. In this blog, our vets in Southborough will cover everything you should know about parvovirus and how to keep your furry friend safe.
Is your dog coughing without producing anything? If so, they might have kennel cough. In today's blog, our Southborough vets share some facts about this highly contagious disease and what to do if you notice its symptoms in your dog.
Our Southborough Veterinary Hospital vets frequently encounter constipated dogs, which is a digestive issue that could potentially be life-threatening. In this blog, our Southborough vets discuss the causes of dog constipation and why it's essential to have it treated early.