Anemia in dogs is typically a symptom of a serious underlying health issue that requires urgent veterinary care. Here our Bartlett vets explain the different types of anemia we see in dogs, including causes, symptoms, and treatments.
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Tick-borne diseases pose a very real health concern for people and pets throughout North America. Symptoms can be painful and even be life-threatening for your dog. In today's post, our Bartlett vets describe some common tick-borne diseases seen in dogs, their symptoms and why early detection is essential.
While relatively rare in dogs, hyperthyroidism is a serious health concern that requires fast treatment in order to achieve the best possible treatment outcomes. Today our Bartlett vets share more about hyperthyroidism in dogs.
Lyme disease is a tick-transmitted disease commonly seen in dogs (and people) across the US. Although many dogs carry Lyme without displaying symptoms, other dogs suffer from a range of debilitating symptoms. Here, our Bartlett vets explain the causes, symptoms, and treatment for Lyme disease in dogs.
Our Bartlett vets diagnose and treat a variety of fungal infections in dogs. With our in-house lab, our dermatology team can diagnose your pet’s skin disorder and offer a customized treatment plan.
Like their people, dogs can develop pneumonia. While pneumonia can be serious in dogs, treatment is available and most dogs recover well. Here's more from our Bartlett vets about the signs and symptoms of pneumonia in dogs, and how this condition is treated.
Like humans, dogs can experience asthma attacks. Asthma in dogs is an allergic condition, typically triggered by inhaling allergens. Today our Bartlett and greater Memphis vets explain some of the signs and symptoms of asthma in dogs, and how it can be treated.