The most common type of bone cancer in dogs, called osteosarcoma, is aggressive and can spread quickly to other parts of the body, making early detection and treatment vital. Today, our Ventura vets explain how to spot the signs of bone cancer in your dog, and when to reach out to your vet.
Does your dog experience seizures? The severity of these seizures may vary from almost undetectable to severe. The type of seizures your dog suffers from can also differ from one event to the next. In today’s post, our Ventura vats explain the different types of seizures in dogs.
Dilated Cardiomyopathy (an enlarged heart in a dog) can have many potential causes and several severe side effects. Today, our Ventura vets will explain causes of this serious condition, symptoms and treatment options.