Limping is one of the most common reasons that our Orange County emergency vets see dogs at our animal hospital. In today's post our vets share some of the causes of limping in dogs, what you can do to help your limping dog, and when it's time to see a vet.
Pneumonia is an inflammation of the lungs and airways that can occur in cats for a variety of reasons. Today our Internal Medicine Specialist Vets at Veterinary Medical And Surgical Group–OC (VMSG-OC) in Orange County explain more about the causes, symptoms and treatment for pneumonia in cats.
Being a pet parent can be an emotional rollercoaster, and trying to decide what to do if you think that your dog has a fever can be distressing. Today, our Orange County vets explain how to detect a fever in dogs, possible causes of your pup's fever and what to do if your dog's temperature is running high.
You've just found out that your dog or cat needs an ultrasound. So, what exactly is an ultrasound and how can it help your pet? Our Orange County specialist vets explain how ultrasound scans are performed on pets in our in-house veterinary diagnostic lab.
Our vets often see Valley fever in dogs that have spent time in the low desert regions of the southwestern US. While healthy adult dogs may experience no symptoms of this condition, puppies, senior dogs and dogs who are immune-compromised can develop severe, often painful symptoms. Learn more...
Renal failure in dogs is a serious condition requiring immediate veterinary care. In today's post our Orange County vets explain the types of renal failure seen in dogs as well as the most common symptoms of renal disease and how it is treated.