Purina Calming Care Probiotic Supplement

Purina Calming Care is a probiotic that has been shown to help dogs maintain calm behavior. It comes in the form of a highly palatable powder that is added to the food. It helps dogs achieve a positive emotional state. Calming Care helps dogs cope with external stressors like separation, unfamiliar visitors, novel sounds, or […]

Solliquin – A Behavioral Health Supplement by Nutramax

Solliquin is a behavioral health supplement made by Nutramax (Dasuquin, Cosequin, Denamarin).  We at Evesham Veterinary Clinic are pleased to help introduce this treatment for behavioral problems.  Solliquin’s combination of natural ingredients helps to reduce anxiety in dogs and cats. L-theanine: an amino acid found naturally in black, green, and white teas. Magnolia officinalis: an extract […]

Neurology

Neurology encompasses diseases of the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and muscles.  Pets with neurologic disease can exhibit signs that are frightening to observe, such as paralysis, difficulty walking, tremors, and seizures.  We at Evesham Veterinary Clinic diagnose and treat neurological diseases.  We start with a history and physical examination.  Further testing may include radiographs and bloodwork.  Many cases […]

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) is a disorder of the bladder and urethra that causes signs including straining to urinate, bloody urine, and at times a complete inability to urinate, which if untreated can lead to kidney failure and death. The disease is causes by microscopic crystals that form in the urine.  These crystals […]

Behavior – Cats

Behavior A few fundamentals Cats were once described as asocial animals, but this is no longer regarded as true. Although very different from dogs, cats also need interaction and most importantly, your loving attention! When you bring a new kitten or cat into your home you’ll have to decide whether your pet will live strictly […]

Behavior – Dogs

Behavior Good communication builds good relationships Just as between people, good relationships between dogs and their owners are based on good communication. Dogs communicate between themselves by means of body signals. It’s only natural, then, that they’ll use the same method to communicate with people. Your responsibility as a pet owner is to learn to […]