When you are searching for a veterinary care clinic, you should be able to count on superior care and excellent service. We at in Huntingdon Valley, PA have assembled an expert team of veterinary professionals in order to bring you the best possible healthcare for your pet.
Mar 18, 2018
Mar 16, 2018
Many cases of diarrhea can be managed with good supportive care with the aid of your veterinarian. In those cases, preventing dehydration, antibiotics, and dietary modifications are likely to result in a good clinical outcome and resolution of clinical signs. If a GI parasite is suspected, a fecal examination will help diagnose the type of worm or , and the most effective medications to eliminate it. When a more serious underlying disease state is suspected, your veterinarian may suggest blood work, radiographs, ultrasound examination or other diagnostics tests to help make the correct diagnosis.
Mar 12, 2018
Bad breath in your pet is usually a red flag that there is excessive bacteria thriving in your pet’s mouth — a common symptom of periodontal disease and other diseases of the mouth. The surface area on your pet’s teeth is prone to tartar and plaque build-up. The bacterium will eventually make its way to the gum line and below to cause further damage to your pet’s mouth and other organs. In this health-related problem, immediate treatment for this disease helps resolve halitosis (bad breath). The most recommended and beneficial treatment for your furry friend is to bring them into one of our veterinarians for an examination and mouth evaluation.
Mar 6, 2018
As a dog owner, you should be aware of when your pup finishes an entire water bowl in one sitting or drinks water every time it is offered to him. Polydipsia (drinking excessive amounts of water) may be a symptom of an underlying medical problem. Behavioral displays of frequent urination or starting to drink from the toilet are red flags that your pup can be suffering from potential disease.
Feb 13, 2018
Feb 11, 2018
Tanya Kameneva VMD and Donald Shields VMD work together with our Medical Director Jeffrey Stupine VMD and alongside our staff to care for our patients as if they were our own.
Jan 25, 2018
Jan 9, 2018
The first thing any limping cat or dog needs to undergo is a thorough to rule out any issues that are not obvious. In some cases, a broken nail may be the underlying issue to the limp- something which can be easily overlooked. Broken bones or joint dislocations require immediate examination requiring careful, specific intervention by a veterinarian.