Do you suspect your dog is suffering from knee pain due to a torn cruciate ligament (ACL)? Surgery may be the most suitable treatment option. Our Kinston vets list three surgery options for treating this common knee injury in dogs.
While a few extra pounds on their pet may not worry some dog owners, that extra weight can negatively impact your pooch's health, longevity and quality of life. Here, our Kinston vets discuss how to tell if you've got an overweight dog, and what you can do to get them to a healthier size.
After your cat's surgery postoperative care will be needed for the incision to heal without becoming aggravated, injured, or infected. In today's post, our Kinston vets share some strategies for caring for your cat as they recover from surgery, including what to do for a cat not eating after surgery, and how to stop a cat from jumping after surgery.
At Five Oaks Animal Hospital our vets understand that taking your dog in for surgery is stressful, but rest assured that we only recommend surgery when it's in your dog's best interest. Today, we discuss common dog surgeries, how to prepare your dog for surgery, and dog surgery after-care.