Have you noticed your dog’s eyes getting cloudy? They may be suffering from cataracts! Cataracts are an opaque film that forms on the eye, and are a common issue amongst all dog breeds. While not harmful, they do impair your dog’s vision. If your pet is suffering from cataracts, contact our Maryland ophthalmology department today!
Monday, March 31, 2014
Posted on 1:30 PM by Steve Steinberg, Chief of Staff
Are you ready if your pet breaks a bone? It’s important to be prepared in order to put yourself in the best position to get them timely help. But what’s the best way to handle a broken bone? We’re here to help!
If you believe your pet has broken a bone, come to our Maryland critical care facility immediately.VCA-VRA has two board-certified in emergency/critical care, so you know you’re in great hands no matter how serious the break is!
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Posted on 2:23 PM by Steve Steinberg, Chief of Staff
Did you know that feline bronchial asthma is a lot like human bronchial asthma? The symptoms of bronchial asthma in cats are very similar to that in humans, and it’s diagnosed in a very similar way. So when your cat has asthma, how do you treat it? At VCA-VRA, we have a very effective approach to treating feline bronchial asthma. So if you suspect your kitty is suffering from asthma, contact us today to learn more about our treatment.
Monday, March 24, 2014
Posted on 2:01 PM by Steve Steinberg, Chief of Staff
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Posted on 11:24 AM by Steve Steinberg, Chief of Staff
Shelby is an 11 year old lovely golden retriever who was diagnosed with malignant melanoma of the digit (toe) in April 2011.