We know that getting a blood test for your pet can be distressing. Our Portland veterinarians are here to provide information and support regarding dog blood tests to alleviate your worries.
If you've been informed that your dog requires an ultrasound, you may be wondering what this procedure entails and how it can benefit your dog. Our vets in Portland are here to clarify the process of performing ultrasound scans for dogs in our on-site veterinary diagnostic laboratory.
Sometimes your vet may look to additional testing in order to check on the health of your dog, one of the diagnostic methods they may use is urinalysis. Here, our Portland vets talk about why they might recommend urinalysis for your dog and how they perform this type of diagnostic testing.
If you're thinking of adding a feline friend to your family, it may be wise to opt for a breed that has a reputation for longevity. To help you in your search, our vets at Portland have shared information on breeds like Siamese and Munchkin cats that are known to have longer lifespan.
The incidence of diabetes in cats is increasing, and if left unmanaged, it can jeopardize your feline's well being and lifespan. Our veterinarians in Portland are here to share with you some of the indications of diabetes in cats and the available treatment methods.
As a pet owner, it can be worrying to see your dog experiencing diarrhea. At Portland, our vets recognize the urgency in finding a solution for your furry friend. To assist you, we will discuss the common triggers of diarrhea in dogs and provide you with effective remedies to alleviate the discomfort.
Hypothyroidism is a prevalent condition in dogs that can cause unexplained weight gain, skin and coat issues, as well as behavioral changes and reduced energy. In todays article our Portland vets explain more about this condition including the best diet for dogs with hypothyroidism.