It's a concerning sign to all cat owners if your feline friend won't eat their food, but how do you know if your cat is just being picky or if they require veterinary care? Our Stockton vets are here to share some common reasons why cats stop eating and when to get them emergency care.
Heartworm disease is a serious condition that can result in heart failure, severe lung disease, damage to other organs and even death for pets in Stockton. The disease is typically found in cats, dogs and ferrets. Here, our vets explain why prevention is key.
Ticks can spread a number of serious diseases and are therefore dangerous to people and pets. In this post, our Stockton vets explain how these external parasites thrive, including which signs to beware of, and how to keep ticks away from your pets and your family.
Getting yearly fecal exams at your vet's office is the best way to keep your pet and your family safe from intestinal parasites. Annual fecals give your Stockton vet a chance to check for intestinal parasites before more serious conditions arise.