When food particles and bacteria build up on the teeth, it can cause issues like decay and damage, which can lead to the need for tooth removal. Here, our Picayune vets discuss tooth extractions for dogs, why they are needed, and any risks that are involved.
These days you can bring your dog with you to many different places, but there may still be times when you need to leave them behind. Here, our Picayune vets share some advice for leaving your dog at home alone, how long you can do so, and how your companion animal may benefit from pet boarding.
If you have a dog or puppy then you know how vital their teeth are for them. This can also lead to many questions about their teeth. Our Picayune vets talk about how many teeth your dog should have and what some of the common causes are behind tooth loss and ways to prevent it.
You have added a new furry member to your family and are enjoying your time with them, but the day will come when you need to head out without them. Here, our Picayune vets talk about leaving a puppy alone at home for the first time, how old they should be and what you can do to keep them safe.
We usually think of our cats as solitary creatures that enjoy their time alone but the reality is that they generally prefer to socialize. This can leave them feeling lonely when you need to leave them for an extended period of time. Here, our Picayune vets offer recommendations for where to leave your cat when you go on vacation and the benefits of each option.
When your dog is having a hard time using the bathroom it can cause a number of uncomfortable symptoms and if left untreated, may lead to serious complications. Our Picayune vets discuss the dangers of constipation, the symptoms to watch for and what to do if your dog is experiencing this condition.
What if your dog stops walking and won't move? This can be a concerning scenario for any pup parent. Here, our vets in Picayune explain potential reasons this may happen and what you can do.
Heartworm disease is a mosquito-borne illness that is typically found in cats, dogs, and ferrets. Heartworm disease is a serious condition that can result in organ failure and death if left untreated. Today, our Picayune vets explain why prevention is key.