Litter Box Issues
Cats tend to have surface and location preferences for where, and on what, they like to eliminate. Most cats prefer a loose, sandy substance, which is why they will use a litter box.
Mass Removal Surgery
Masses require surgical removal when they cause pain, impact your pet’s health and ability to function, or are cancerous.
Nasal Fold Resection
Nasal fold resection surgery decreases the skin folds (wrinkles) around your dog’s nose to decrease incidence of skin infections and/or rubbing of hairy skin against the eyes.
Nipping and Jumping
The goals of working with this normal puppy behavior are to redirect your puppy’s desire to put something in her mouth onto acceptable chew toys and to teach her to be gentle when a hand is in her mouth.
It’s perfectly normal and reasonable for dogs to bark from time to time, just as children make noise when they play outside. However, continual barking for long periods of time is a sign that your dog has a problem that needs to be addressed.
Perineal Hernia Repair Surgery
A perineal hernia occurs when these muscles weaken, allowing the pelvic and abdominal organs to protrude or bulge in the region around the anus
Perineal Urethrostomy in Cats
Perineal urethrostomy is performed to prevent a urethral blockage so that your cat can pass urine and avoid the life-threatening emergency of urethral obstruction.
Pet Abdominal Hernia Repair Surgery
An abdominal hernia occurs when your pet’s abdominal contents push through a hole in the abdominal wall muscles.
Pet Ectropion Surgery
An ectropion repair is surgery to correct a condition in which the eyelid rolls outward. Pets with ectropion have dry, runny, or frequently irritated eyes and irritation. Left untreated, your pet’s vision may diminish.
Pet Entropion Repair Surgery
An entropion repair is surgery to correct a condition in which the eyelid rolls inward and allows hair to rub on the eye. Entropion is uncomfortable for pets and causes soreness, redness, and irritation of the eye and can lead to damage to the cornea and vision loss.
Pet Eye Removal Surgery (Enucleation)
Enucleation is a surgery performed to remove a pet’s eye(s). After recovering from surgery, pets may feel more comfortable and happy.
Pet Radius/Ulna Fracture Repair Surgery
When a pet sustains a fracture in the radius and ulna, repair surgery is often necessary to realign the broken bones, stabilize them, and facilitate proper healing.
Pet Rhinoplasty Surgery
Stenotic nares are abnormally narrow nostrils that make it difficult for a pet to breathe. Rhinoplasty surgery may be necessary to help your pet breathe.
Pet Tibial Fracture Repair Surgery
Tibial fracture repair surgery is a procedure performed to treat fractures or breaks in the tibia, which is the larger bone located in the lower leg.
Pet Toe Amputation Surgery
Toe amputation (sometimes called digit amputation) is the complete removal of a pet’s toe. Most pets recover fully without having their gait impacted.
Pet Ultrasounds: What You Need to Know
An ultrasound is a diagnostic imaging technique used in veterinary medicine to visualize a pet’s internal structures and organs. It utilizes high-frequency sound waves to produce real-time images of the body’s tissues and organs.
Pet Vaginal Prolapse Repair Surgery
A vaginal prolapse occurs in unspayed female pets when swollen internal vaginal tissue protrudes or pushes out through the vulva.
Positive reinforcement is the presentation of something pleasant or rewarding immediately following a behavior. It makes that behavior more likely to occur in the future, and is one of the most powerful tools for shaping or changing your pet’s behavior.