If your dog needs to undergo a procedure that requires general anaesthesia, here are the things you need to know and ask to ensure her safety.
Dogs cannot tell us when they are in pain. So, any change in behaviour should be a red flag. Here are some signs of pain that mean it's time to see the vet.
Feeding your dogs fruits in moderation makes a healthy alternative to commercial treats. However, some fruits may pose a health risk if fed or fed too much.
Is your dog suffering from bad breath? Besides daily toothbrushing, she should also receive an oral examination as part of the annual health assessment.
Patellar luxation (dislocated kneecap) is a common condition, especially in small breed dogs. Dr. Loon from Amber Vet tells us when surgery may be needed.
Is your dog a farting machine? Farting, or flatulence, originates from gas in the intestinal tract. Find out how gas is produced and how you can reduce it.
Watching your dog lose more and more weight even though you are feeding her enough food can be frustrating. Malnutrition could be due to two reasons.
There are many causes of seizures in dogs. Unfortunately, the diagnosis of the cause of seizures and its long-term management are complicated.
Apoquel is a lifesaver for Latte. An anti-itch drug, Apoquel works fast and well for most dogs. Yet, why are its safety and usefulness widely challenged?
Is your dog suffering from arthritis? Acupuncture may be able to help relief pain and reduce inflammation. It also complements western therapies very well.
Thinking of adopting an ex-breeding dog? You have a good heart! To make sure you are well-prepared, here are some health problems that may plague them.
A fussy dog can be frustrating and worrying. Especially so if she is vomiting bile from an empty stomach! Prevent picky eating by practising strict feeding.
Is your dog suffering from rashes and pimple-like spots? Is eliminating foods the way to go and are all allergy tests reliable? Find the answers here.
Did you know that some ear cleansers sold outside may be harmful to your dog's ears? Find out when you should clean your dog's ears and what to use.
GME in dogs is a serious disorder that involves inflammation of one or more parts of the central nervous system. Learn about symptoms, diagnostics, and treatment from Amber Vet's Dr. Brian Loon.
Did you know that a study revealed that out of 200 home-cooked meal recipes, only 5 were balanced? Which is why Dr. Brian Loon recommends dog owners to do one thing before cooking for their dogs.
Has your dog ever vomited yellow and foamy liquid? The liquid is likely to be bile and can be caused by a variety of reasons. Dr. Brian Loon shares his advice.
Titer tests are getting popular. Can they really replace routine vaccinations and what are the risks involved? Dr. Brian Loon helps shed light on this issue
Don't let your dog overheat. Learn the symptoms and prevention of heat stroke in dogs from Dr. Brian Loon.
Coprophagia, or the consumption of faeces, is a common problem in dogs. Find out the causes of the problem and how to treat it in this post.