Showing posts from March, 2018

Dental Care Veterinary Hospital Montgomery County

The health of your pet’s teeth is crucial for his or her overall health. Periodically checking your pet’s teeth will allow you to determine the state of their oral health. Here at the World of Animals at Elkins Park, we provide our patients with the most modern use of technology to prevent early periodontal disease.

Skin Cancer In Cats Veterinary Hospital Montgomery County

Skin cancer on your cat may appear as a white plaque or raised bump on the skin, often this mass will ulcerate and bleed. There are certain types of skin cancers that have different types of masses and treatments.

Montgomery County Veterinary Hospital

World of Animals at Elkins Park is a full-service animal hospital. We offer a range of veterinary services, including, but not limited to: Physical Examinations, Spay/Neutering, Vaccinations, Dental Care, Surgical Care, Digital Radiology, Heart Worm Prevention, Flea and Tick Control, and Allergy Testing/Relief.

Montgomery County Veterinary Hospital For Dogs With Cataracts

Cataracts form for many reasons and an underlying disease state is sometimes present, however, the most common reason is genetic/inherited traits. When a disease state is the cause, veterinarians will look for a history of diabetes, trauma, nutritional disorders, exposure to radiation and age-related disease. It is important to note that diabetes is the second most common cause of cataracts in dogs. If your dog has a history of weight loss, increased drinking and urination, and a whitish color to his eyes, he should be evaluated by your veterinarian and tested for diabetes.

Why Your Pet Sheds Montgomery County Veterinary Hospital

Shedding usually is dictated by two external factors, which are the changes in the length of day and external temperature. When seasons change in your regional area, your animal’s hormones change as well. As East Coast residents, we can witness these temperature changes on a larger scale. The frigid, cold temperature of the winter season causes your pet’s hormones to grow a thicker coat, while in the spring and summer months, your animal’s fur will start to fall from its skin. However, due to the fact that most pets live indoors with a relatively consistent temperature, this results in a constant cycle of shedding.