Urgent Care

Why Is My Dog Throwing Up Yellow Bile?

Picture this: you walk in after a long day, ready to greet your pup with a scratch behind the ears. Instead, you find them looking down and out, with a bright yellow mess on the floor. It’s enough to make any dog owner’s heart sink. Yellow vomit can be confusing and concerning, but don’t panic! 

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Nutrition Urgent Care

Soothing Stomachs: A Guide To Bland Diet For Dogs (Printable Recipe Included)

Welcome to our comprehensive guide on bland diets for dogs! If you’re a pet parent who’s ever experienced the distress of seeing your furry friend suffer from digestive upset, you know how concerning it can be. Fortunately, bland diets offer a gentle and effective solution to help your dog feel better fast. In this blog

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Urgent Care

When Is Dog Diarrhea an Emergency? A Guide for Pet Owners

Diarrhea is a common concern for pet owners, and rightfully so.  While it can be a minor inconvenience for humans, when is diarrhea an emergency for our dogs?  Diarrhea can range from a brief upset tummy to a symptom of a more serious underlying condition.  This blog post will help you identify the key signs

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Urgent Care

Can I Give My Dog Pepto Bismol?

It has happened to many dog owners – you’ve come home from work and noticed that Bailey is a little quieter than normal. During your evening walk, you see that he has a large amount of loose stool on the grass. What is going on? Did he eat something bad? What can you do? Will

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Pet Toxins Urgent Care

Pet Emergencies – What You Need to Know

First let me say this: If you notice any abnormal signs or symptoms with your pet, call your family veterinarian or a veterinary emergency hospital right away. Now let’s get into it. I practiced at an emergency hospital for pets for almost ten years. It’s a hard job and it is even harder trying to

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Urgent Care

Pet First Aid Kit Essentials (FREE printable!)

  It’s good to always be prepared when an emergency strikes with your pet. Anything can happen at any time, so as a pet owner, you’ll want to have some supplies on hand to help until you can get your pet to a Veterinarian.  The list below is everything you will need to make your

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Urgent Care

What You Should Know About Heat Stroke In Dogs

As a Veterinarian in Florida, I have treated hundreds of dogs for heat stroke. With an average temperature of 87℉ during the summer months, many dogs become overheated while on a walk outside or playing at the park for an extended period of time. Frantic owners would come into my ER with a collapsed dog,

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