When your cat is allowed to live life outdoors or comes into contact with other animals there is a risk of them contracting various serious diseases including rabies. In this post, our Southern Wisconsin vets share some information about the rabies virus, the symptoms that accompany it and what happens if your cat has rabies.
There could be a handful of benefits to having two dogs in your home for both you and your pup! But there are some factors you have to consider before adding a second dog to your family. Our Southern Wisconsin vets talk about life with dogs and why it may be better to have two.
If you plan a vacation away, you may be tempted to bring your feline friend along. But what should you do to prepare for the journey? Our Southern Wisconsin vets share some advice on how to travel with a cat in order to have a smooth trip.
If you have a pup then you know how difficult it is to leave them during the day when you need to work or run errands, but what happens if you get stuck out longer than expected? Our Southern Wisconsin vets talk about how long you can leave your dog at home alone and how to ensure their safety and happiness when you do so.
As much as we've been told that our cats are perfectly fine with being left alone, that may not be accurate. Did you know most cats thrive on socialization? Here, our Southern Wisconsin vets talk about how long you can leave a cat alone as well as care and boarding options for your feline friend.
If you are looking to add a new dog to your family but also would like to know that they will be able to protect your home and loved ones then you may be wondering which would be best. Today, our Southern Wisconsin vets at Badger Veterinary Hospital & Equine Services share some information about the best guard dog breeds that are great for families.
While not every dog will end up developing a UTI in their life it is still a fairly common condition that can make your dog very uncomfortable. Below, our Southern Wisconsin vets share some of the most common symptoms of urinary tract infections in dogs, and what treatment options are available to help your dog feel well again.
Routine exams allow your vet the opportunity to fully examine your pet and address any potential concerns as quickly as possible. Our vets in Southern Wisconsin discuss annual vet checkups and why they are important for your dog or cat.