Cat eye infections are relatively common and can be caused by a number of issues, but there are conditions other than infections that can affect your cat's eyes. Today, our Somerset County vets share 3 conditions that could affect your cat's eyes.
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The moist outer layer on your cat's eye protects the inner workings of the eye by washing away dirt and debris. But if your feline friend's eyes have started to water excessively, or if your kitty is squinting or rubbing at their eye, it could be a symptom of a more serious issue. Our Somerset County vets explain a few reasons why cats' eyes water.
If your cat has recently undergone surgery then you will need to spend some time ensuring that you provide thorough care in order to avoid any complications or possible infection. In today's post, our Somerset County vets discuss some ways you can help your cat while they are recovering from surgery such as caring for the wound and keeping your cat from unwanted activities such as jumping.
Hip dysplasia is a painful condition in dogs caused by the abnormal formation of one or both hips. Untreated, hip dysplasia can become increasingly severe over time, seriously inhibiting your dog's mobility. Here, our Somerset County vets explain three effective surgeries used to treat hip dysplasia in dogs.
If your feline friend develops a urinary blockage treatment is required ASAP! If your vet is unable to treat your cat's blockage quickly and effectively with standard treatments your kitty may need a perineal urethrostomy (PU). Below, our Somerset County vets explain more about PU surgery for cats.
Surgery may not be the only treatment option for dogs with IVDD (Intervertebral Disc Disease) but for many, surgery is often the best treatment option. IVDD surgeries aim to restore mobility, reduce pain and prevent further disc problems. Our Somerset County Board Certified Veterinary Surgeon explains.
Witnessing your cat dry heave is pretty unpleasant, but you may feel reassured to learn that in many cases dry heaving in cats is harmless. That said, there are also some serious health issues that can also lead to dry heaving. Our Somerset County emergency vets and team explain...