Canine Flu: Should Your Dog be Vaccinated?
Can my dog get the flu? I have recently received many questions regarding canine influenza (“dog flu”) virus and vaccine. Canine influenza is a relatively newly identified disease. Various outbreaks have occurred in the United States since 2004. Two strains of the...
Bloat: A True Canine Emergency
Bloat in Dogs: A True Canine Emergency Bloat is a condition that occurs in dogs when the stomach fills with air (dilatation) and/or twists upon itself (volvulus). It is also known as gastric dilatation and volvulus, or GDV. It is extremely life-threatening and always...
Do Cats Need High-Protein Cat Food?
As more research is done in the field of veterinary nutrition, we continue to learn more about how to keep pets happy and healthy with one of the most important and enjoyable aspects of their daily care: food. Research has shown that one of the most critical dietary...
How Much Does Heartworm Treatment Cost for Dogs?
Heartworm prevention has become a standard of preventive care for pets in the United States. However, more than 1 million pets in the US are believed to be heartworm positive, and that number is growing. Although some parts of the country are more severely affected...
Ear Infections in Pets
External ear canal infections are a very common diagnosis in veterinary medicine. Yeast is the most common cause of ear infections in dogs. Cats get yeast infections as well, but are also often diagnosed with ear mites. Bacteria may also cause ear infections in...
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In case of a Pet Emergency
Animobile offers mobile veterinary services, NOT emergency care. If you believe your pet might be experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please contact an emergency care facility near you.
FOR EMERGENCY CARE
Western Carolina Regional Animal Hospital & Veterinary Emergency Hospital
FOR POISON CONTROL
ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center