Harmful BBQ Foods You Shouldn’t Feed to Your Pet

Little pug having picnic with burgers .

When the summer season is upon us, gatherings around the grill become a staple for many families. Yet, as we savor the smoky flavors of a good barbeque, pet owners need to be vigilant about pet safety, especially concerning BBQ foods that could pose food hazards to their furry friends. 

Mobile Vet MD is dedicated to the health and happiness of your pets and is here to offer guidance on harmful foods to pets during these festive occasions.

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Common Growth Removals For Dogs and Cats

Cat with medical cone post surgery

Englishtown Pet MD and our mobile clinic, Mobile Met MD, offer comprehensive care and expertise for your furry companions. With a deep understanding of the distress pet owners face when they find an unusual growth on their pet, we’re well-equipped to address these concerns with compassion and proficiency. 

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Nose and Sinus Infections in Cats

Nose and Sinus Infections in Cats.

Cat noses are so distinct and adorable they can be classified as a veritable, kissable target of human affection. Unfortunately, nasal infections in cats are not only common, they’re responsible for inflammation, pain, and various complications. Causes and severity of nose and sinus infections vary considerably, but one thing is constant: the need for immediate veterinary care and treatment. 

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Differences in Feline Stomatitis and Gingivitis in Cats

Cat Dental Health.

Cats value their autonomy and look down on anyone reckless enough to get a good look inside any of their body parts. In particular, cats have rather strong opinions about any attention to their mouths. Full of sharp, pointy teeth they’re not afraid to use, cat’s mouths can actually provide a full picture of their overall health. Tooth decay in cats is a real threat to feline vitality and longevity, but it’s entirely preventable with the right approach.

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Englishtown Vet MD’s Top Blogs of 2023

dachshund dog using laptop.

At Englishtown Vet MD (and our mobile clinic Mobile Vet MD), we believe in offering quality, loving veterinary care for our clients and their pets. Part of the way we do this is by providing you with helpful information about pet ownership to make it easier to keep your pets healthy and happy. Here are our top blogs of 2023 to help you start the New Year on the right paw:

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Top Winter Dangers for Dogs and Cats

hotdog dog walking in the snow.

Winter’s arrival brings cozy sweaters, hot chocolate, and peaceful snowfall. But it also brings some seasonal risks for your beloved pets. 

As temperatures plummet, we humans know how to bundle up and stay warm, but what about our four-legged family members? At Englishtown Vet MD, we want you to be aware of the winter hazards that pose a real threat to your dogs and cats. Let’s look at some of the common perils of the season for dogs and cats to keep your furry friends safe and healthy.

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Common Digestive Problems in Dogs: Symptoms and Solutions

Sick Black mixed small dog laying beside his food bowls.

While some dogs have refined tastes, most pups will try to get just about anything between their jaws. A little gastrointestinal upset is just par for the course in a wide variety of dog-owning households. Dogs may be able to clear the room, but an upset stomach or sensitive tummy are nothing to laugh at. 

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Symptoms of Bladder Infections in Dogs and How to Help

chihuahua puppy outside on grass.

When a canine urinary tract infection strikes, it can be very uncomfortable for you and your dog. Unchecked, it can even lead to more serious issues. Do you know what symptoms of bladder infection in dogs can be, though? Mobile Vet M.D. can help you know when your pup might need help so you can get them some relief sooner!

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The Importance of the Rabies Vaccination for Dogs and Cats

irish setter dog getting vaccination at the veterinary clinic.

Any mammal can contract and spread rabies, but the primary carriers involve wildlife such as bats, skunks, raccoons, and foxes. In fact, according to the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, more than 90% of the 5,000 annual U.S. cases of rabies affect wildlife. However, that means approximately 10% of all rabies cases affect companion animals. Since pets can become infected with rabies and potentially pass it on to people, the prevention of the disease is vitally important. Fortunately, the rabies vaccination for dogs and cats is required by law.

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