It's very important to stay informed on how to take care of your pet after they have had surgery to help them recover. Today our veterinary surgeons in Bedford discuss ways you can help your furry friend get better as quickly as possible after they have had surgery.
Pet Vet Tips
Get valuable tips and advice from our Bedford veterinarians to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.
The obesity rate among dogs is rising, which is putting the health of our canine friends at risk. If you fear your pup is carrying a bit of excess weight, read what our Bedford vets have to say about dog obesity, how to tell if your pooch is overweight and what you can do to help!
Vet checkups or routine pet wellness exams are your pet's best chance at staying in optimal health their whole lives and in this blog, our veterinarians discuss the steps involved in pet checkups at our Bedford veterinary hospital and why they are so important to your pet's health.
Chewing is a normal thing for dogs to do. Although, you probably don't want to give your dog the gift of a chewy designer shoe. If you are starting to lose patience with your furry friend's disastrous chewing, read the tips our Bedford vets have shared on how to stop your dog's chewing problem.
Dog Itching, scratching, and licking are signs of a dog skin problem known as dermatitis. Find out what might be causing the skin problems, and how you can help treat them.
Heartworm disease can cause heart failure, severe lung disease, organ damage and even death for pets in Bedford. This serious condition is typically found in dogs, cats and ferrets. In this post, our vets explain why prevention is key to keeping your pets healthy and happy.
Ticks are able to spread many serious diseases and are therefore a threat to people and pets. Here, our vets in Bedford describe how these external parasites thrive, including which signs to beware of, and how to keep your pets and your family safe.