Any pet parent would be concerned if their dog suddenly has blood in their stool, but it can be relieving to know that it can usually be easily treated by your veterinarian. Here, our Lacey vets share some of the reasons behind blood appearing in your dog's poop and when it may be considered an emergency.
Where toxic substances and poisoning are concerned, timely emergency veterinary care may save your pet's life. In this post, our Lacey vets share the signs and symptoms of poisoning in dogs, and what you should do if you believe your dog has been poisoned.
A dog that can't seem to stay on their feet may be experiencing a number of possible conditions or health concerns. Here, our Lacey vets share some reasons why your dog is staggering and falling over and what to do if they can't seem to stand up.
While some cats may occasionally vomit with no serious complications other times it can be a sign of a serious illness or medical condition. Our Lacey emergency vets talk about what happens when your cat won't stop vomiting and when you should seek veterinary care.
Antifreeze is a readily available substance in any home that has a car. This means that pet owners should be diligent in protecting their dogs from the potentially fatal poisoning that could occur with ingestion. Our Lacey vets share the symptoms of antifreeze poisoning and the steps you should take if poisoning does happen.
While dogs normally pant some if they get too hot or have been playing lots, there are times when the panting becomes concerning. Today, our Lacey vets talk about the reasons why dogs breathe heavily and what you can do if you notice excessive panting in your dog.
Hiking can be a wonderful way to keep yourself and your dog fit, but knowing the basics of dog first aid and how to treat common injuries is essential to keeping your pet safe on the trails. Our Lacey vets share symptoms to watch for, and advice on how to respond, including when to take your pet in for emergency veterinary care.