Bad breath in dogs is a common occurrence but can be a sign of health issues. Today, our Des Moines vets explain what might be causing your dog's bad breath and how you can help to treat and prevent it.
Hip dysplasia is a progressive, degenerative disease that begins when your dog is just a puppy, but generally isn't diagnosed until noticeable symptoms appear in adulthood. Today our Des Moines vets discuss treatment options for hip dysplasia in dogs and ways to help reduce the impact of this painful condition on your dog's mobility.
Searching for a pet bird is difficult enough. But if you live in an apartment it can be even more difficult. After all, you'll need to choose one that doesn't make a lot of noise. To help you, our Des Moines vets have compiled a list of our picks for the best quiet pet birds for apartment living.
Oral health issues may be just as painful for our cats as they are for us. In fact, tooth and mouth pain may even get so bad that it prevents your furry friend from eating. Here, our Des Moines vets explain some of the best ways you can help keep your cat's mouth clean and healthy.
If your pet is being scheduled for an endoscopy, the goal is to diagnose potential diseases or conditions inside your pet's digestive tract. Here, our Des Moines vets discuss the endoscopy procedure and how it can help detect issues in your pet's digestive tract.
The world of parrots is diverse and colorful, along with the intelligence of these stunning birds many people opt to keep them as pets. Our Des Moines vets talk about some of the different types of parrots, what the most popular type of parrot is and how you can identify parrots.
When it comes to dogs, there is always a chance that certain breeds may be affected by or have a higher risk of developing unique conditions such as is the case in dogs with short snouts. Our Des Moines vets talk about brachycephalic airway syndrome in dogs with shortened skulls and what the signs and treatment options are.