At Cascade Veterinary Referral Center, our Tigard vets see fewer cases of heatstroke in cats than in dogs. Nonetheless, it does happen. Here, we share some of the symptoms of heatstroke in cats, and what you should do if you think your cat is suffering from heatstroke.
Whether you live in a hot sunny climate year-round, or get just a few hot months each year, knowing the signs of heatstroke in dogs could help to save an animal's life. Our Tigard veterinary team explains how to spot the signs of heatstroke in dogs and how the condition is treated.
Our Tigard emergency vets know that responsible dog owners spend a lot of time picking up their dog's poop. For that reason, you likely have a pretty good idea of what a normal stool looks like for your dog. But what should you do if you notice blood in your dog's poop?
If your dog has a habit of chewing and eating everything in sight, you might be concerned about potential intestinal blockages. Our Tigard vets see this serious condition frequently and if it's not treated quickly it can cause devastating health issues and in some cases, major surgery is required to save your dog's life.