Veterinarian Treatment for When Your Pet Needs It Most
Most people think that disease and serious illnesses do not affect their pets until they become seniors. However, cats and dogs are at just as much risk of suffering from illness as we are. Understanding the risks to your pet’s health allows you to provide him or her with the quality health care they deserve. Here at Oakland Park Animal Hospital, our team can help to diagnose your pet’s illness and treat the condition accordingly.
Treating Your Pet Illness
It is difficult to say what is going on with your pet until you bring them into our office. Sometimes the situation can be as simple as an allergic reaction. If your pet has flaky skin, gunky ears, or other skin related problems, it is likely due to seasonal allergies or something he or she ate. However, if your pet is not demonstrating obvious signs of an issue, it can be hard to figure out what is wrong on your own. If your pet is acting lethargic, it may be a sign that he or she is dealing with a serious illness.
Make sure to notice when anything is out of the ordinary for your pet. Other signs of your pet having an illness are diarrhea, excessive biting or scratching, irritability, excessive hair loss, trouble breathing, or mucus discharge. The smallest of details you notice can have the biggest effect on forming the proper diagnosis for your pet. We will perform a complete physical examination and will order any tests necessary. We want to make sure you know exactly what is going on with your pet.
Come Visit Us in Oakland Park
If you believe your pet is suffering from an illness, bring him or her to our dedicated staff as soon as possible. Our team at Oakland Park Animal Hospital is here to provide your pet the quality health care needed for a happy and healthy life. Contact us to set up an appointment or visit us when you need emergency pet care. You can book an appointment online or over the phone. Whatever the situation may be, our team will treat you and your pet with loving care. Contact us today to see how we can help your pet with whatever illness he or she may be experiencing.