Has your cat's meow been turned into a hoarse squeak, or have they lost their voice entirely? Cat laryngitis may be the cause. Today, our Morton vets discuss the signs of laryngitis in cats, possible causes and how the condition can be treated.
Routine exams for pets allow your vet to monitor your companion's overall health, check for signs of developing conditions, and provide preventive treatments to help protect your pet against some serious illnesses. Today, our Morton vets discuss the importance of routine exams.
Lack of appetite, sad expression or even obsessive behaviors such as excessive paw licking can all be signs of depression or anxiety in dogs. But how do you know for sure if your dog is depressed or anxious, and what should you do if they are? Our Morton vets explain.
Looking for a great dog to welcome into your family? Here our Morton vets describe 10 of our favorite dog breeds for families.
Dogs are often brought into our Morton animal hospital due to ear infections. Thankfully, most ear infections in dogs are easy to treat if caught early. Today we discuss the signs of dog ear infections, and what to do if your dog's ears become infected.
A dog's sense of fun and curiosity often leads to minor (and sometimes significant) accidents and injuries. How can you treat your dog's wounds yourself? How do you know when veterinary care is required? And what are the stages of wound healing? Our Morton vets are here to explain.
Indoor lifestyles and inexpensive foods and treats lead many cat owners to overindulge their kitty's appetite. Naturally, overfeeding quickly leads to weight gain. Is your cat overweight? Our Morton vets explain how you can tell.
Great health requires great nutrition, and that's true for dogs as well as people. But with so many brands and flavors to choose from how do you know which food is best for your dog? Our Morton vets share tips and advice to help you make the right choice for your pup.