If your dog or cat is staggering, stumbling, or falling over, it can be caused by s number of things including injury, stroke, poisoning, or an infection. Here, our Gainesville vets explain.
Most dogs will eat grass now and again, but some dogs seem to eat it far more than others. So, why do dogs eat grass, and should you be concerned? Our Gainesville vets explain.
Trying to figure out the right dog food for your canine companion can seem overwhelming, but there are several things to consider that can help make the decision easier. Today, our Gainesville vets talk about what diet is healthiest for your dog and what food may be best to provide for all of their nutritional needs.
Cats might seem aloof, but they do get lonely, and of course, they need us to provide them with all the things they need to survive. Here, our Gainesville vets explain how long you can leave a cat alone, and give tips for keeping your cat safe and content while you are away.
Not every cut or scratch your dog gets will need to be looked at by a vet, so it's important to know how to treat your dog's wounds at home and when to recognize it's time to head to the vet. Today our Browns Bridge Animal Hospital team provides tips on dog wound care at home.