If you are wondering “Why is my dog limping?”, you have come to the right place (well other than your veterinarian’s office of course). Integrative veterinarian Dr. Julie Buzby explains how to check your dog over at home to get an idea of what hurts and lists some of the many reasons a dog may be limping. Plus she explains a bit about how you can help your limping dog feel better.
A dog’s broken toe requires veterinary treatment. But how soon do you need to get your dog to the vet if you think he or she broke a toe? And how do you keep your dog (and yourself) from going crazy while your dog is wearing a splint? These questions, and others, are exactly what integrative veterinarian Dr. Julie Buzby is about to address.
Being faced with the question “How long can a dog live with hip dysplasia?” is difficult. But help is here! Rehabilitation veterinarian Dr. Angela Youello, colleague of integrative veterinarian Dr. Julie Buzby, gives a brief overview of hip dysplasia. Then she focuses on how to give your hip dysplasia dog the best possible quality of life and walks you through knowing when it is time to say goodbye.
Pressure sores on dogs who spend a large amount of time lying down are a very valid concern, especially for senior dogs. And they are a situation where prevention really is the best medicine. Integrative veterinarian Dr. Julie Buzby explains why dogs develop pressure sores, how to recognize and treat pressure sores, and most importantly, how to prevent them.