Poisonous mushrooms that grow in the wild can be extremely difficult to identify, but they cause serious harm to your dog if you’re not careful. While some dangerous mushrooms may have obvious warning signs, like stay-away red caps, others can appear rather benign and look similar to the mushrooms you may buy at tho grocery … Continue reading 6 Poisonous Mushrooms That Are Toxic to Dogs
On Tuesday, May 17th the Animal Medical Center held its Eighth Annual Living Legends Luncheon at the Harmonie Club. The event was co-chaired by Susan Verni Lazarus, Alison Minton, Kane Nussbaum, Joanne Ronson, Carol Sandow, Helene Stein and Marquam Wolfe and AMC Trustee Janet York.
For many decades, declawing cats has been a routine veterinary procedure, but this is no simple pedicure. There’s anesthesia, pain medication and the amputation of the cat’s toes back to the first knuckle.
Q. Do house cats need exercise? How much? A. “Yes, they do,” said Dr. Dennis Slade, a veterinarian who is a staff doctor in internal medicine at the Animal Medical Center in New York.
If your dog has been losing patches of his hair or fur and you’ve noticed dark skin grow back in its place you may be wondering: What’s causing this to happen? You may also be worried and want to determine if this is a sign of something bigger or if it is causing your pet … Continue reading Alopecia X in Dogs: What is Black Skin Disease?