Excessive itching, scratching and licking are all signs that your pup may have a skin condition like dermatitis. Our Oakland vets here explain what may be causing your canine companion's discomfort and how your can help your pet feel better.
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Our Oakland veterinary team knows that cats have a well-earned reputation as picky eaters. So, when they refuse to eat, it can be difficult to figure out why. Here are a few reasons your cat may not be eating and when you should bring them to your vet.
Heatstroke in dogs is something every pet owner with hot summers, whether they be seasonal or all year round, needs to know about. Today our East Bay Veterinary Clinic vets explain the symptoms of this potentially deadly condition, and what to do if you think your dog has heatstroke.
Hip dysplasia describes an abnormality in how one or both of your dog's hips form that can occur in any breed. This condition causes discomfort and pain when exercising, or even just changing position. Here, our Oakland vets explain some more about hip dysplasia, its symptoms and what surgical treatments are available to treat it.
Having your female cat or dog spayed is both a loving and responsible thing to do for them. But when you are having the surgery done on your companion, should you have it done with a laser or using traditional methods? Here, our Oakland vets share some more info you should know about spaying your pet.
IVDD—or intervertebral disc disease—is a degenerative condition affecting the spinal cord of your dog and causing a host of painful issues with mobility. Our Oakland veterinarians are here to explain IVDD in pets, including its diagnosis and treatment.
Emergency c-sections can be performed on dogs who are in labor when things aren't going smoothly. In some cases, though, your vet may recommend an elective c-section if your pup faces an increased risk of complications from their labor. Here, our Oakland vets take a look at how you can tell whether or not your dog needs a c-section.
One of the most common reasons for a dog to undergo surgery is lameness or limping in a rear leg. And, while there are often other causes or conditions to rule out, a torn cranial cruciate ligament is often the root of the problem. Here, our Oakland vets explain how TPLO surgery can help.