Our vets at [LOCATION] frequently treat dogs with ear hematomas, which can cause significant pain. Do you know what ear hematomas are, what leads to their development, and what signs to watch out for? Keep reading to discover more about aural hematomas in dogs and how to respond if your dog is suffering from one.
Did you know that even though our furry four-legged friends are covered in fur, they can still be at risk of developing skin cancer? It's a scary thought, but don't worry, we're here to help! In this post, our knowledgeable Diamond Bar vets are going to shed light on the three most common types of skin cancer that can affect dogs.
Ear infections are a common reason for dogs to visit our Diamond Bar animal hospital. Fortunately, most ear infections in dogs are easy to treat if caught early. Here are some of the signs of dog ear infections, and what to do if your dog's ears aren't as healthy as they should be.
As pet owners, we all want our dogs to be happy and healthy. Unfortunately, dandruff and dry skin are common issues many dogs face, leading to excessive itching and scratching. In this blog post, our Diamond Bar vets will explore the causes of these issues, when they may signal a more serious problem, how to treat them, and when it's time to consult with a vet.
Is your dog constantly scratching? Or do you believe your dog's food intolerance is due to ongoing digestive issues? If this is the case, you may be wondering how to determine what your dog is allergic to. In this post, our Diamond Bar vets explain at-home allergy tests for dogs and how they can help.
Salmonella is a bacteria that can cause unpleasant gastrointestinal symptoms in humans. But salmonella can infect animals like birds, reptiles, amphibians, rodents, and even dogs. Today, our Diamond Bar vets discuss salmonella in dogs, the symptoms to watch for, and treatment options.