Conjunctivitis is an itchy and uncomfortable eye condition that may cause damage to your dog's eye(s) if left untreated. Today our Gaithersburg vets share some of the causes, symptoms and treatments for this relatively common condition in dogs.
The moist outer layer on your cat's eye protects it by washing away dirt and debris. If your kitty's eyes have started to water excessively, or if your feline friend is squinting, it could be a sign that there is a more serious issue. Today, our Gaithersburg vets explain a few reasons why cats' eyes might water.
Eye injuries are just as painful for our pets as they can be for humans. Here, our Gaithersburg vets explain what symptoms to look for, and why you should seek vet care right away if your cat or dog has an eye injury.
Pancreatic cancer is relatively rare in dogs, but this is why it's important to know the symptoms so that treatment can begin early to try to address this disease. Today our Gaithersburg vets explain the types of pancreatic cancer seen in dogs.
Some breeds of dogs are at greater risk of developing cancer, and among purebreds there may be predispositions for specific forms of cancer. Our Gaithersburg veterinary oncology team discusses some of the dog breeds at higher risk of developing cancer.
If your cat has soft, round lumps under their skin, they might have lipomas (noncancerous fatty tumors). Although lipomas in cats are usually benign, they require proper diagnosis by a veterinarian. Today, our Gaithersburg team shares the signs of this condition and when to take your feline friend to the vet clinic.
Bone cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in dogs and must be detected and treated in its very earliest stages to achieve the best possible outcomes. Learn more from our Gaithersburg vets about the symptoms and treatments for bone cancer in dogs.