If your dog is itching and scratching it could be a sign that your pooch is suffering from a skin condition called dermatitis. Today our Clemmons vets explain what could be causing your pet's skin issues and what to do.
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When our Clemmons vets have the sad task of diagnosing cancer in a dog, the owner's first question is typically - how long can my dog live with cancer? Today our vets explain why that's such a difficult question to answer even with today's advanced diagnostics and treatments.
Although pancreatic cancer is relatively rare in dogs it's important for owners to know the symptoms so that treatment can begin early to try and prevent or limit the spread of this disease. Today our Clemmons vets explain the types of pancreatic cancer seen in dogs.
When it comes to urinary system cancers in dogs, the bladder is the most commonplace spot for tumors to appear. Today our Winston-Salem veterinary oncology team shares some of the causes and symptoms of bladder cancer in dogs, and how the condition is treated.
Oatmeal baths can be a great way to relieve your dog's itchy, irritated skin. Today our Winston-Salem vets share a few tips on how to give your pup a relaxing oatmeal bath to pamper and soothe their skin
It's estimated that up to 27% of dogs will develop a urinary tract infection (UTI) at some point in their life. In today's post our vets share some symptoms of UTI in dogs, and what you can give your dog if they have a UTI.