Meow! June 1 marked the beginning of National Adopt a Cat Month, which encourages us to remember our cats when considering a new pet. Shelters are always full of cats and kittens of many personalities, colors, and coats. Since it’s… Read More
Intestinal Obstruction in Dogs and Cats
A gastrointestinal foreign body is an item that dogs and cats can pass down the esophagus but is unable to pass through the stomach or the intestinal tract. These are items that a pet can swallow but are not digestible…. Read More
Monkton: It’s Chip Your Pet Month in May
Furry friends deserve all the protection and love we can provide them, and that’s where microchipping comes in. Even though collars and tags are important, microchipping adds extra peace of mind. In honor of Chip Your Pet Month, Mount Carmel… Read More
Northern Baltimore County: Discussing Heart Disease in Cats
Heart disease is a severe health condition in dogs, cats, and humans. Cats, however, do not develop the typical signs of heart disease like humans and dogs. Heart disease in cats is divided into two categories, congenital and adult-onset forms…. Read More
Canine Rehabilitation: Electrical Stimulation & Cold Laser Therapy on Dogs
Over the last two decades, physical therapy and animal rehabilitation has been increasing, leading to an established specialty. Within canine rehabilitation, electrical stimulation and cold laser therapy on dogs have changed the face of medicine in human and veterinary practices…. Read More
Canine Rehabilitation: Thermotherapy
Do you want to make your dog feel happier while relieving their pain from an injury or arthritis? Consider thermotherapy, an easy and effective type of canine rehabilitation. This blog discusses the concept of thermotherapy and therapeutic ultrasound for dogs.
Canine Rehabilitation Exercises and Modalities
Canine rehabilitation exercises are becoming prevalent in veterinary medicine. Rehabilitation tools may be used on many levels for the canine client, beginning with basic rehab practices and for that pet the practice would like to offer. Let’s explore canine rehabilitation… Read More
Hereford Zone: What Does Canine Rehabilitation Mean?
When it comes to recovering from injuries and surgery, physical therapy or rehabilitation has assisted many people. Physical rehab is increasingly helping animals restore their functionality, mobility, and quality of life. Read on to understand more about canine rehabilitation.
What Are Corneal Ulcers in Dogs?
To understand corneal ulcers in dogs, you must first know how the cornea functions. The cornea is a transparent, shiny component in front of the eyeball. It’s like a clear windowpane. Mount Carmel Animal Hospital is here to help you… Read More
Baltimore County: March 30th is Take a Walk in the Park Day
Although walking your dog is critical to keeping your home carpet unblemished, taking a stroll with your pet provides other benefits. Since It’s almost Take a Walk in the Park Day, we encourage you to grab a leash and go… Read More