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While allergies cannot be eliminated, your veterinarian can effectively control your pet's response to allergens, ensuring their comfort and quality of life with precise diagnosis and tailored therapeutic interventions.
Although they have few genetically inherited health conditions, Chihuahuas do require specialized care and attention to help them flourish behaviorally, and to prevent the breed’s common physical maladies.
Dogs can develop pancreatitis—a common inflammatory condition that results in painful digestive dysfunction, ranging in severity from mild and chronic to acute and life-threatening.
Foreign body ingestion (i.e., consuming an inappropriate or inedible item) is a common behavior among dogs and—to a lesser extent—cats.
People and pets in cold-weather areas acclimate as temperatures gradually drop, but visitors from warm climates do not have time to adjust, and are usually more sensitive to extreme cold.
Dr. Treat’s breed-specific consultations and comprehensive examination can determine if your French bulldog is at risk for life-altering conditions, and recommend appropriate care to ensure they have a long and healthy life.
Boxers, as most purebred dogs, are prone to many genetic conditions. While their muscular, athletic build suggests robust health, genetic testing can identify otherwise.