Having a pet is a lifelong commitment. When these pets fall ill, they need us to care for them. Here are some patient stories to help you better understand some common problems that may happen to YOUR pet. Always know that PREVENTION is better than cure.
John, a bubbly French Bulldog, came to see our doctors because he was not eating for two days. He also vomited bile twice 3 days ago. John is an inquisitive sniffer and scavenges on walks! During the examination, his abdomen felt distended and he had watery faeces. He […]
Romeo came in on labour Day as a 3 month young golden retriever puppy. He was extremely lethargic and running a high temperature of 41o C. He had thick green nasal discharge ﬂowing out from his nostrils. Romeo only received his first 2 vaccinations; as such. canine distemper […]
Paku, a beautiful chocolate labrador came because his owners noticed that his eyelids were droopy and his urine appeared orange in colour. Paku also got tired easily and had poor appetite. Paku’s clinical signs are not specific; routine physical examination revealed more findings. Paku’s mucous membranes were paler […]
Tiger is a well-loved community cat. Tiger was hospitalized for 10 days at another vet clinic for treatment of his cat tight abscess. His caregivers were advised by the clinic to seek further treatment as his condition took a turn for the worse. When we first saw […]
Sudden onset of Demodectic mange in adult dogs often warrants further investigation! Demodex canis are part of the normal fauna in canine skin and present in small numbers in healthy dogs. However, under the influence of hormonal/immunologic changes or concurrent disease. the demodex population can increase dramatically causing skin […]
Joey De Costa presented to us collapsed. He had been extremely weak, unable to stand for the past 3 days. He was having seizures during his journey to the hospital. Upon examining Joey, he was extremely pale in his gums, completely flat lying down and he was […]
Prince, a Golden Retriever, had undergone a surgery at another clinic 5 days ago to remove a stocking which obstructed his intestines. Prince’s owners visited our vets for second opinion after persistent anorexia and vomiting for 2 days. We found that Prince had a high fever and was […]