Month: April 2016

Canine Asthma

Dogs, like people, can also develop asthma. Asthma in dogs is more commonly referred to as allergic bronchitis. It usually includes wheezing and shortness of breath due to spasms and constriction of the upper airways. The condition is caused by an allergic reaction to something in the environment, which causes an inflammatory response in the…
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Feline Asthma

It may be a little known fact that pets can also suffer from asthma. In this blog, we will concentrate on Feline Asthma. Feline Asthma is similar to human asthma. It is a chronic inflammation of the small passageways of a cat’s lungs. When an asthma attack occurs, these passageways thicken and constrict, making it…
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City Vet’s Newsletter for April

Here we give you a little insight to two interesting cases seen at City Vet recently. We hope you find it just as interesting as we did. Jack Jack came to City Vet as a stray cat with some serious injuries after presumably being hit by a car. He had a very sore front leg,…
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