Medicine Hat Veterinary Services – Dr. Gupta

Medicine Hat Veterinary Services – Dr. Gupta

When booking your next appointment let the receptionist know your concerns and why you need an appointment. This will ensure that enough time is allowed for your visit. Have your pet securely confined in a carrier or on a leash for your pets safety and the safety of other patients and their owners. Respect the […]

Medicine Hat Veterinary Services – Dr. Gupta

Medicine Hat Veterinary Services – Dr. Gupta

This is the season for fun, presents, dinners, treats and decorations. We want your time spent enjoying the hustle and bustle with your friends and family without a trip to your vet office because of an emergency that could easily be avoided. Holiday Plants- quite a few are NOT pet friendly. Poinsettia, Mistletoe and Holly […]

Medicine Hat Veterinary Services – Dr. Gupta

Medicine Hat Veterinary Services – Dr. Gupta

Whether we are ready or not, winter is on the way. Below are some pet tips for winter safety. When heading outdoors, short hair and small breed dogs may need to wear a sweater, jacket or booties. After outdoor activities, rinse off paws with warm water. De-icers and salt can be toxic to pets. • […]

Medicine Hat Veterinary Services – Dr. Gupta

Medicine Hat Veterinary Services – Dr. Gupta

Keeping Your Pets Safe: Microchip A microchip is smaller than a grain of rice and is inserted under the skin by your veterinarian. When your pet is lost, having the pet microchipped is the answer. This procedure is quick and relatively painless. The microchip contains an identification number that belongs only to your pet. The […]

Ask the Vet Services Expert – Megan Herman, DVM.

Ask the Vet Services Expert – Megan Herman, DVM.

Ask the Vet Services Expert – Megan Herman, DVM. Inappropriate Urination in Cats Do you have a cat that sometimes urinates outside of the litter box? This can be a very frustrating problem for cat owners and is a common problem that we are presented with at the veterinary clinic. There are both behavioral problems […]

Ask the Veterinary Services Expert – Megan Herman

Ask the Veterinary Services Expert – Megan Herman Gastric Dilation and Volvulus Gastric Dilation and Volvulus (GDV) is a relatively uncommon but serious condition.  It is very important to know the risk factors and clinical signs, as it requires prompt medical attention.  GDV occurs when the stomach dilates excessively with gas and then twists.  Once […]

Ask the Veterinary Services Expert – Leah Turner

Ask the Veterinary Services Expert – Leah Turner BITES We are seeing lots of swollen animals these days.  Sometimes a bee sting or a spider bite will cause a dog or cat’s face to swell up.  If there is a lot of swelling in the neck area the animal might have trouble breathing.  Allergic reactions […]

Ask the Vet Services Expert – Leah Turner

Ask the Vet Services Expert – Leah Turner

Ask the Vet Services Expert – Leah Turner We have in-clinic equine facilities, including a set of stocks and stalls so we can perform procedures both in and out of the clinic. The procedures we perform mostly include dental examinations, castrations, cryptorchid surgeries, hernias, exports, artificial insemination and ultrasounds. We treat wounds on horses, medical […]

Ask the Veterinary Service Expert – Leah Turner

Ask the Veterinary Service Expert – Leah Turner Surgery and Anesthesia Procedures in Dunmore For many of us, the idea of having our beloved pet anesthetized to undergo a surgical procedure can be very worrisome, but is often unavoidable. Your veterinary team is here to answer any questions you may have and to give you […]

Ask the Veterinary Services Expert – Leah Turner

Ask the Veterinary Services Expert – Leah Turner Spring is finally here and with the warm weather come  fleas and ticks.  There are many products on the market.  Flea and tick collars are OK but if your dog has long hair the collar may only be effective around the neck and ears and not reach […]