Through genetic testing, our Dr. Treat team’s experts can develop your doodle’s customized preventive care plan that addresses your dog’s specific health concerns.
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.
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.
Whom you trust with your pet’s care matters, and genuine trust requires a relationship built on more than a name tag and a white coat.
You probably already recognize your pet’s health and wellbeing as a recurring—but worthwhile—expense. But unexpected expenses, such as an emergency surgery, sudden illness, or advanced diagnostic testing, can leave you in an emotionally and financially challenging position—torn between your limited bank account and your unlimited love for your pet.
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.
Meet our veterinarian Dr. Tony Huynh, whose passion, expertise, and positivity are vital to our team’s success and commitment to building the best-in-class veterinary clinic experience.
Boxers, as most purebred dogs, are prone to many genetic conditions. While their muscular, athletic build suggests robust health, genetic testing can identify otherwise.
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