While the decision to have your canine companion neutered is yours, there are a number of reasons why this is a good idea. Here, our Kingman vets share some information about spay and neuter surgery for dogs, how long your dog will be in pain after neutering, and how to comfort a dog that is in pain after surgery.
Dogs move around a lot, and while their bodies are made for this, unexpected injuries can occur. These injuries can be as simple as a pulled muscle or more complicated such as a torn ACL. Here, our Kingman vets share the signs of ACL (CCL) injuries in dogs and how they can be treated.
Anesthesia is commonly used on pets when they are to undergo surgery or when they have their teeth cleaned. This is done to ensure that these procedures are not only pain-free but also done safely. Today, our Kingman vets share some important information about anesthesia for dogs and what you can expect if it is needed for your pup.
Routine care and preventive medicine are able to help set your pet up for lifelong health, but what exactly happens at your pet's appointment? Our Kingman vets talk about what to expect during the routine exam and some of the questions that you should ask your vet during your visit.
If you are looking for a new pet you may be wondering what the options are if you don't want a dog or cat. you'll be happy to know that there are a variety of exotic pets out there that still bring joy but in a unique way such as reptiles. Our Kingman vets share some of the best reptile pets for beginners and what to expect from each of them.