Intestinal Foreign Body Obstruction in Dogs

Intestinal obstruction in dogs may be due to foreign bodies such as rocks, string, bones, fibers, glues, pieces of plastic or metal, or others.  Clinical signs often include vomiting, dehydration, and pain in the abdomen. If you believe your dog has an intestinal obstruction, please call. EVESHAM VETERINARY CLINIC 800 ROUTE 73 SOUTH MARLTON, NJ 08053 […]

Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture in Dogs

Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture in Dogs is an injury that occurs to one of the ligaments in the knee, or stifle joint.  This ligament is also known as the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).  Rupture of the cruciate ligament leads to instability, pain, inflammation, and is often associated with a torn meniscus. Clinical signs: Pain Lameness Toe-touching gait […]

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 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 […]

Spay and Neuter

Spay and Neuter  Most pet owners in Marlton, Cherry Hill, Voorhees, and the surrounding area choose to spay and neuter their pets in order to prevent health problems and to reduce pet overpopulation. Definitions Spay (ovariohysterectomy, fix) – removal of the ovaries and uterus Neuter (orchiectomy, castration, alter) – removal of the testes Advantages Prevent […]


When surgery is necessary, your pet is in good hands at Evesham Veterinary Clinic.  With sophisticated imaging and pre-operative diagnostic tests, we can make sure your pet is a good candidate for surgery.  We go over the procedure with you in advance, so you can know what to expect, and communicate with you along the way. […]

Pre/Post Operation

Pre/Post Operation Cutting through all the information Due to illness, disease or trauma, your pet may one day require surgery. While potentially stressful (for both you and your pet) there are a few basic guidelines that you can follow that will make the process as complication-free as possible and put your pet on the fast […]