Is a dog's nose supposed to be cold? My new puppy's is warm one all the time.
My puppy swallowed my cosmetic wedge. Will he be able to pass it in his stool? What should I do?
My cat has three lumps right around her nipples. One is large, around the size of a small golf ball. the others are around the size of quarters. What could this be? She hasn't gone into heat for about a month. Could this be a sign she is pregnant?
I have an indoor cat who ate something left by a visitor and has been throwing up for three days now. I removed his food and for a while he did not throw up, but today he vomited again a liquid, white foam. How long should I withhold his food? Also, how much are your insurance plans? Thank you.
How often should my 10 months old Westie-Pug puppy get her vaccinations, and when is she due again for shots? She received her last set at 8 months. Should she be using flea and tick medication? Is it necessary to continue heartworm medication?
My dog hit his head near the inside of his eye. It caused a little cut, so I cleaned it, and then he was fine. Now it is big and squishy. I pushed on it, and some pus came out. The size of it will not decrease. What should i do?
My dog has recently got a swollen right eye, and her snout is puffy as well. She keeps rubbing her eye. What could be wrong with her and should I take her to the vet?
I took my nineteen-year-old cat to a Banfield about three months ago. The doctor gave her a clean bill of health even with her old age. In the last two weeks, though, I've noticed she's been very sluggish, not eating much, drinking only a bit of water, and having accidents around the house. I cleaned her litter, and it looks like she's only had a few bowel movements in the last two weeks. Do you think something may be wrong?
My dog passed blood clots yesterday, and she is painfully urinating. She is drinking some water but will not eat. What should I do?
My dog has a split nail all the way down to the paw. What should I do?
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