Cataracts are a common eye condition in elderly dogs but, for many dogs, surgery can be an effective way to restore good vision. Our Mamaroneck veterinarians explain more about surgery to treat cataracts in dogs.
Get your kitten off to a great start in life by taking them for a veterinary examination right away. Your vet can help to ensure that your kitten is happy and healthy now and throughout their lifetime. Our Mamaroneck vets explain what to expect at your kitten's first appointment.
There's nothing cuter than seeing a puppy and kitten sleeping together, but the reality is that raising a puppy and kitten together isn't always easy. If you're considering raising these lovely pets together here are some helpful tips from our Mamaroneck vets.
Osteoarthritis in dogs is a degenerative joint disorder that gradually becomes more severe over time. While there is no cure for this painful condition, your Mamaroneck vet can provide treatments to help manage your dog's symptoms and allow your four-legged friend to enjoy a good quality of life.
Our Mamaroneck vets are often asked, 'Do kittens teethe?'. The answer is a resounding yes! Just like human infants, your kitten has baby teeth that will gradually fall out as their permanent teeth begin to grow in. Here is how you can tell if your kitten is teething and what you can do to help your feline friend feel better.
Your dog does not need to see a vet for every cut or graze they get, but it's important to know how to treat your dog's wounds and how to spot when your dog should receive professional veterinary care. Today our Mamaroneck vets provide tips on dog wound care at home and how to spot injuries that need professional veterinary care.
Laryngeal paralysis in dogs is the failure of the windpipe to open correctly when breathing in, causing the sides of the windpipe to be sucked inward. Suffocation can occur but treatment is available. Learn more...