Early detection of disease is key to maximizing an older dog’s quality of life. Teaching owners about common ailments can help these ptients get appropriate treatment sooner rather than later.
Matters of the heart can get tricky. That’s why we’ve developed a host of tools to help you get a handle on heartworm disease in dogs and cats. (With an educational grant provided by Bayer)
Why cats shouldn’t be overlooked when it comes to routine heartworm testing.
In the spirit of “building a better mousetrap,” researchers have tested a novel measurement protocol—the manubrium heart score—for flagging cardiac disease in dogs.
Understanding the basic electrical principles of the heart is essential for interpreting this valuable diagnostic test.
When you think of a doctor, odds are you picture someone with a stethoscope draped around their neck. A mere 200 years old, this tool is ubiquitous in both human and veterinary medicine today. Heres the 411 on how it came to be.