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Dr. Rebecca Jackson

Pet Health

Aspiration pneumonia in pets

To put it simply, aspiration pneumonia is the inhalation (breathing in) of foreign material into the trachea and lungs.
Pet Health

When to worry about lumps on pets

When is a bump and/or lump on your pet something to worry about? Let’s take a moment and tackle this very broad subject together.
Pet Health

Muscular hypertonicity in dogs

Muscular hypertonicity in dogs is not a common condition, but it occurs frequently enough that pet parents should be aware of the signs and symptoms.
Pet Health

Tips for treating frostbite in pets

Believe it or not, but frostbite occurs relatively frequently in cats and dogs.
Pet Health

How to tell if your pet is overweight

Worried your dog might be more than just “big-boned?” A simple way to tell is to perform this basic three-step check.
Pet Health

Abdominal adhesions in pets

Abdominal adhesions are bands of fibrous tissue that form between abdominal organs and tissues.
Pet Health

High and dry: the dangers of dehydration

Dehydration can be caused by a number of factors affecting your pet’s health, or can be triggered by an isolated situation like excessive exercise.
Pet Health

Balancing act: electrolyte imbalances – part 2

Let’s discuss the signs that something is amiss, and I’ll tell you about treating the condition.