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  • What Are Some Common Eye Injuries in Dogs?

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    July 17, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    Dogs are man’s best friend and are wonderful to have around. They are cute and adorable companions, but their innate curiosity and incessant love of play can put them in harm’s way. If not properly supervised, even the best-behaved dogs can sustain an eye injury. Eye injuries can occur as a result of playing rough, digging up stuff in the garden, or chasing after small animals through the underbrush. Eye Injuries in Dogs Dogs can sustain eye injuries in a variety of ways, ranging from mild to severe. Do not… Read More
  • What are the Typical Causes of Benign Tumors in Dogs?

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    July 1, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    A common illness in dogs is a cancerous tumor that can affect various parts of a dog’s body. Subcutis is a very common type of cancer, which refers to cancers of the skin and tissues beneath the skin. A tumor is an uncontrolled cell growth that has no use. It can either be malignant (cancerous) or benign (harmless) and identifying them requires the assistance of a veterinary doctor. Tumors in dogs come in a wide range of sizes, from huge bodily growths to little bumps on the skin. Benign growths… Read More