Many pets suffer from injuries to bones, joints, and supporting structures. We have extensive experience in treating broken bones, ruptured cruciate ligaments, arthritis, and developmental conditions like hip dysplasia.
Diseases involving your pet’s urinary tract, gastrointestinal tract, liver, and respiratory conditions are all part of an important branch of veterinary medicine known as internal medicine. Our veterinarians are specially trained to treat pets with these and other serious medical conditions.
Common human diseases like diabetes, hyperthyroidism, and hypothyroidism can all be found in animals too. We do an excellent job of handling these chronic conditions with medications and surgery, if needed.
With more travel destinations loosening COVID-19 related restrictions, humans are energized and ready to travel. After spending all of that time home with your pet in 2020, it’s hard to imagine leaving them for an extended amount of time. It sounds like much more fun to bring them along, right by your side. If your […]
Slobbering is usually a completely normal occurrence for dogs. For many breeds, drooling is just part of their daily lives. Certain breeds with big jowls tend to drool more, picture: mastiffs, bloodhounds, St. Bernards, and bulldogs. The way their mouths and heads are shaped makes it completely unavoidable for some slobber to dribble down their […]
At any given moment, creepy-crawly, blood-sucking, ittty-bitty parasites can be all over your pet. In order to tackle them, you must learn what they are, what they look like, and where to find them on your pet’s skin. Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital wants to help you learn more about pet parasites so you can keep […]