Monthly Archives: January 2018

Pet Radiology

Have you ever wondered how we take animal x-rays and perform other types of diagnostic imaging on dogs and cats?  Well, the equipment is much the same as what is used on humans. 
When x-rays are used, the animal is placed on a special table and an x-ray machine is used to take the images.  The […]

By |January 31st, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Bleeding and Other Cat Paw Disorders

A cat’s natural curiosity and adventurous personality makes them an easy target for injuries. Whether you have an indoor cat or an outdoor cat; at some point you will have to deal with injured or bleeding paws. A feline’s willingness to climb and explore almost ensures an injury to their paws. Surprisingly, there are other […]

By |January 17th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Hypothyroidism in Dogs

It is time once again to talk about that little structure in the neck: the thyroid gland.  We have covered what happens when this gland becomes overactive, but what about when it becomes underactive?  Canine hypothyroidism is a thyroid disease in dogs characterized by an under-active thyroid gland and inadequate levels of thyroid hormones in […]

By |January 3rd, 2018|Blog|0 Comments