Stagecoach Pet Hospital Blog
Summer is here! Whether you have a hairless Sphynx or a hairy Husky, the heat this time of year can be dangerous for pets. Whatever the breed or size of your kitty or canine, there are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to keeping your pet safe and comfy as the mercury rises.
Snoopy, a 10 year old male shih tzu mix, presented to Stagecoach Pet Hospital for discharge from the eyes for several months. Snoopy is up to date on vaccinations.
Here are some of the most common questions regarding the Fourth of July and pet dangers. We tried to answer some questions you may have and suggest ways you can help keep your pet safe this Independence Day!
The thought of a cuddly puppy or kitten under the Christmas tree may be tempting, but think twice before giving a pet as a present. The months following the holidays are often the busiest time for shelters as new pet owners grow weary of their Christmas gifts and the unexpected demands they require. Some shelters estimate that 50 percent of pets given as gifts end up abandoned.
Jasmine, an 18 month old domestic short hair cat presented to Stagecoach Pet Hospital for not eating or drinking for several days. Jasmine’s mom noticed that she was playing with the Christmas ornaments several days ago.
Shadow, a 6 year old male neutered domestic shorthair cat presented to SPH for trouble swallowing. Shadow is not acting himself and not eating normally. A new kitten was introduced into the home in the last 2 months.
On exam, Shadow has a normal heart rate and respiratory rate. Several oral ulcers were found on the back of the tongue. No foreign objects were found in the mouth. He had clear nasal discharge.