A kitten can get eye infections when they're around 8 and 14 days old, and their eyes start to open. There are multiple causes of eye infections, but homeless kittens and barn cats seem to get these infections more often, as noted by our Clovis vets.
Pets often conceal their pain and sickness, making it tough to know if they require urgent attention. In this article, our Clovis vets discuss the indicators that indicate your pet needs emergency veterinary care, along with the steps to take during a veterinary emergency.
Your cat means everything to you! And you want to do everything you can to help ensure they live a long, healthy and happy life. Here, our Clovis vets explain to you how often you should bring your cat in to see us for routine checkups and preventive care.
Does your dog have a dry, non-productive cough? If this is the case, your dog may be suffering from what is commonly called kennel cough. Here, our Clovis vets share some facts about this highly contagious disease and what to do if you notice its symptoms in your dog.
Blindness can be surprisingly difficult to spot in dogs, thanks to their ability to compensate for loss of vision with their other acute senses. In this blog, our Clovis vets share ways to spot the early signs of failing vision and what you should do if you suspect blindness.
Glaucoma, a painful eye condition in pets, is caused by eye pressure linked to various underlying factors. Our veterinary eye specialist in Clovis will discuss why glaucoma can affect your dog and the treatment options for primary and secondary glaucoma.
Your cat's eye has a moist outer layer that helps clean away dirt and debris to protect it. However, if your cat's eyes are tearing or watering a lot, or if they are squinting, it might be a sign of a problem. Our Clovis vets will share a few reasons why your cat's eyes may be watering.