Dr. Tom Cannon , MVM Veterinary Surgeon Rockhall Veterinary Monaleen Vets. Osteoarthritis is very common in small animals, affecting between 20-50% of dogs and cats at some point in their lives. It is a chronic condition causing degeneration within the joints and can involve cartilage, bone, tendons and ligaments. Osteoarthritis causes pain and
Dr. Kathy Enright Veterinary Surgeon Rockhall Veterinary Half the dogs in Ireland, and an even greater number of cats, are behind with their vaccinations due to Coronavirus. Pets with lapsed booster vaccinations may be vulnerable to infectious diseases. To help our pet owners in the area protect their dogs and cats from such diseases, Rockhall
Dr. Bobbi Trifonova, MVM Veterinary Surgeon Rockhall Veterinary Clare St. Vets The most common oral disease in dogs and cats is the inflammation of the deeper supporting structures of the tooth and surrounding tissues, the gums and ligaments around the teeth, called periodontitis/Peridontal disease. Gingivitis (inflammation of the gum) is the earliest stage of periodontal disease.