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 […]

Duralactin – A Nutraceutical for Inflammation

Duralactin is a nutritional supplement that is used to treat inflammation, supporting normal activity and wellness.  It is made from dried milk protein, a natural product.  We at Evesham Veterinary Clinic are excited to carry this new product. Here is some information from the manufacturer, Veterinary Products Laboratories. Duralactin® Products Can be used for many different types […]

Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) Testing

Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) testing Summary: FIV and FeLV are deadly viral diseases that infect cats Test new cats before introducing them to your existing cats Separate positive cats from negative cats to prevent transmission Keep cats indoors to prevent fighting with neighborhood cats Vaccinate outdoor cats for FeLV Provide […]

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 […]

Pain Management

Evesham Veterinary Clinic offers modern pain management for dogs, cats, and other animals.  In the last few decades, there has been an explosion of interest in how animals perceive pain, and many more therapeutic options have become available.  This has resulted in more comfort and improved outcomes for our patients. Medications NSAIDS Rimadyl (Carprofen) Deramaxx (Deracoxib) […]

Bladder Stones

Bladder stones are mineralized objects that form in the bladders of dogs and cats.  They are often caused by urinary tract infections.  Diet may be another factor. Clinical signs include difficulty urinating, bloody urine, or urinating a little bit at a time.  Left untreated, bladder stones can become life-threatening. Diagnosis is confirmed with radiographs (x-rays) and/or ultrasound.  Sometimes the stones […]

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 […]

Pyometra

Pyometra is an infection of the uterus caused by high levels of the hormone progesterone.  It usually occurs during the period called diestrus, following when a dog is in heat.  At this time the uterus is vulnerable to infection with bacteria.  The most common cause is a bacterium called Escherichia coli. Pyometra can affect any female […]

Kittens for Sale or Adoption

Kittens for Sale or Adoption Kittens! Kittens! Kittens!  Everyone loves cute kittens.  In southern New Jersey we are fortunate to have many great places to get them. Be sure to plan ahead and get a pet carrier and  at least one extra large litterbox with litter.  Also allocate part of your budget for spaying or neutering and […]

Hyperthyroidism in Cats

Hyperthyroidism The thyroid is a two-lobed gland located in the lower part of the neck.  It produces a substance called thyroid hormone, which is transported via the blood to the cells in the body.  Thyroid hormone regulates how fast cells function.  Too much thyroid hormone speeds up the metabolism and causes illness.  No matter how much the cat […]