Dr. Jack Aldridge
We don’t hear all that much about rabies these days, but it’s still a relevant issue for pets and their owners.
It’s often considered a problem for teenagers, but cats can actually suffer from acne, too.
Foxtails are sprouting again in and around San Francisco. These plants are a real problem for pets enjoying the spring and summer months.
We know that humans – perhaps most often kids – can get head and body lice. Can animals get lice, too?
The San Francisco SPCA is celebrating chihuahuas in May and June.
You may be surprised to learn that cats can become anorexic.
May 6 – 12, 2012 is Be Kind to Animals Week.
We certainly hear about people suffering from glaucoma. Is glaucoma a problem for dogs and cats, too?
Sometimes we see dogs tethered outside of a coffee shop, a grocery store or the like – ostensibly, they’re waiting for their owners to finish their errands and retrieve them. Is this safe?
The condition itself isn’t painful but when a prolapsed gland is exposed, it can become swollen or inflamed, otherwise damaged, or an ulcer can form on the surface on the eye, making surgery the only way to correct the problem.