Heart disease is a very serious medical condition in cats that requires veterinary care as soon as possible. If they are left untreated, heart conditions affecting our feline friends may even lead to congestive heart failure. Here, our Phoenix cardiologist and veterinary team share some of the types, treatments and symptoms for heart disease in cats.
Pet Care Tips
You likely have heard of acupuncture therapeutic treatments for people, but did you know that this traditional medical therapy, originating in China, is available for pets too? If your pet is suffering from chronic pain, GI issues and more, acupuncture may be able to help them feel better. In this post, you can learn more about acupuncture and how this treatment can work for your pet.
Physical therapy or rehabilitation for dogs works quite similarly to physiotherapy in people. This treatment and practice is able to help reduce pain in your pup and improve their strength, flexibility, mobility, endurance and general health and well-being. Here, our canine physical therapist is able to share some information with you about physical therapy for dogs and answer some common questions.
New Patients Welcome
At Phoenix Veterinary Referral & Emergency Center, we are accepting new patients and referrals for our emergency and specialty services. Our team of experienced veterinarians and on-staff specialist are passionate about the health and well-being of pets in the Phoenix area. Contact us today to inquire about appointments or find out about the referral process.