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Care for your pet after surgery

30/01/16


Caring for Your Pet After Surgery.     Once your pet is out of the operating room and on his way home, it’s up to you to help him feel more comfortable, so the healing process can begin. Here, what you need to know.   When your veterinarian releases your pet from the clinic, you’ll likely receive a long list of do’s and don’ts, potential problems to look for and supplies you might need. While all of this information can be a bit... Read More

Lumps and Bumps, FAQs

16/10/15


You asked… the expert answers! Q: “What is this mass on my pet?”  “Could it be cancer?” “How will the veterinarian diagnose the lump?”  “What are the options for treatment?” A: Many owners who find lumps and bumps may have the same general questions, and it is essential to let your veterinarian know about your discovery as soon as possible. Dogs and cats may have many benign skin tumors,... Read More
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Sandfly

16/10/15


Sand-fly (Leishmaniasis) Written by Dr. Victor Vassallo D.V.M. In this first article I shall be writing about the dreaded "sand-fly", a well-known name to Maltese dog owners. This name is wrongly used to describe the disease  Leishmaniasis . Leishmaniasis is a chronic parasitic disease of dogs and occasionally humans. The sandfly is actually the vector of this disease. This means that the sandfly ingests the parasite when it bites an infected dog and passes it... Read More
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Leptospirosis FAQs

15/10/15


1. How did my dog get leptospirosis? The exact source of infection cannot be determined in a specific patient, but the infection usually comes from contact with infected urine from infected animals, such as rats. This could be from a contaminated water source such as a pond or stream, or in your yard. 2. My dog never swims or goes in the water and only goes outside to eliminate. How could he possibly get exposed to leptospirosis? Unfortunately, your dog was... Read More
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