Today, our [SITEWIDE][LOCATION[ vets talk a little about why dogs eat grass, and whether or not it's safe or even good for them.
A dog with acute kidney failure experiences a sudden and rapid decline in kidney function, necessitating immediate veterinary attention. Our Poway veterinarians discuss the symptoms of acute kidney failure in dogs and what to do if your dog exhibits these symptoms unexpectedly.
If your dog has chronic kidney disease, feeding them the right diet is going to be a key element of their treatment. For dogs with kidney disease, our Poway vets may recommend a therapeutic diet with restricted protein, phosphorus, and sodium combined with increased levels of omega-3 fatty acids.
Our Poway vets believe that vaccinations play an essential role in keeping your dog healthy throughout their lifetime. While we recommend core vaccinations for all dogs there are a number of lifestyle vaccines that are only given to specific animals based on their level of risk for contracting particular conditions.
Taking care of your dog's teeth is crucial for their oral and overall health. Our Poway vets discuss some common signs and types of dog dental problems in today's post.
Spaying or neutering your dog is a big decision, and you might be worried about the complications that could arise. The chances of a complication are very low, but our Poway vets discuss what to expect after spaying/neutering your dog and the signs of complications or infection to look out for.