Just like humans, poor oral hygiene can lead to our canine companions developing cavities. Today, our Natick vets offer tips on how to prevent cavities in dogs and what to do if your dog has one.
Dealing with worms in dogs is never pleasant. Today, our vets in Natick discuss common types of worms in dogs, how they can be prevented, the signs of worms, and how they are diagnosed.
Our Natick vets share some information and the benefits of spaying or neutering your dog. Not only does it promote good health and behavior, but it can also benefit you as a pet owner.
Your cat is undoubtedly precious to you, and you wish to do everything possible to ensure its longevity, well-being, and contentment. Our vets in Natick have provided guidance on how frequently you should schedule routine checkups and preventive care visits for your feline companion.
At Natick, our vets shed light on the dangerous and highly transmittable rabies virus that can afflict pets, specifically cats. In this article, we will go over, the symptoms it can cause in felines, and essential measures that can be taken to protect against it.
Puppy teething can be a trying time for pet parents. Pain caused by teething often leads our puppies to chew on things they shouldn't. Here are a few suggestions from the Natick vets on how you can help relieve your puppy's pain and get you both through this difficult stage.