Having your puppy vaccinated is one of the very best ways to help your dog achieve a long and healthy life. One essential vaccine that our Ambler vets recommend all puppies receive is the DHPP 5-in-1 vaccination. Today we look at what this vaccine protects against and why it's important.
Lack of appetite, sad expression or even obsessive paw licking can all be signs of depression or anxiety in dogs. But how do you know for sure if your dog is depressed or anxious, and what should you do to help your pooch feel better? Our Ambler vets explain.
Skipping vaccinations for your indoor cat may be tempting but cat and kitten vaccines are as important for our feline homebodies as they are for cats who explore the great outdoors. Today our Ambler vets explain why vaccines for indoor cats are essential.
Cats will instinctually hide when they don't feel well, making it very challenging for even the most attentive pet parents to recognize when their feline friend is sick. In today's post, our Ambler vets share some common cat illnesses and their symptoms.
There are numerous reasons why your dog might vomit, and also for wanting to induce vomiting. Today, our Ambler veterinary team shares what you should know about vomiting in dogs, what to do if your dog is vomiting, and how to induce vomiting in dogs.
Although ear infections are fairly uncommon in cats when they do occur they can be an indication of an underlying health condition that requires veterinary care. Today our Ambler vets explain some of the causes, symptoms and treatments for ear infections in cats.
Routine wellness exams - or vet checkups - can help to provide your pet with their best possible chance at a long and healthy life, but what does a routine exam entail? Today our Ambler vets explain what happens when you bring your pet in for a vet checkup.
Ear infections are a common reason for dogs to visit our Ambler vets. Thankfully, most ear infections in dogs are easy to treat if caught early. Here are some of the signs of dog ear infections, and what to do if your dog's ears aren't as healthy as they should be.
Bringing your dog or cat in for their annual exam allows your vet to monitor your pet's health, check for early signs of disease, and provide preventive treatments that can help to protect your pet against potentially life-threatening conditions. Here our vets explain the benefits of preventive care for pets.
You love your pet and want to be sure that the vet you choose has the right qualifications to provide the veterinary care that your animal needs. So what qualifications should you look for?