Category Archives: Pet health

Cut Your Dog’s Nails, What Do You Need to Know?

Trimming your dog’s pedicure, not only to improve the appearance, but also is a very important task in its health care. Untrusted nails can cause a range of problems, such as broken nails that can be painful and cause blood loss. In some cases, the nail will curl, grow back, and stab inside the dog’s… Read More »

Why Is My Leopard Gecko Not Eating?

There are so many reasons present due to which a leopard gecko stops eating. Most of the time, these geckos go through various issues, which makes them feel alone and sad. It is very important to spend some time with your pet and makes them feel that they are not alone and keep them happy.… Read More »

Usual Pet Diseases

Common Dog Illness As a pet dog moms and dad, it is very important to identify the signs and symptoms of common ailments so you can look for vet assistance for your canine buddy asap. Continue reading for information about conditions and also various other medical inflictions that regularly influence pets. Cancer cells Discovering that… Read More »

How Much does it Cost to get Rabbits Nails Clipped?

Normally, we all love to grow pet animals in our home because they are best companion. Actually, rabbit is a beautiful and smart pet animal, many children’s and teens would love to grow it in their home. We must give separate hut to the rabbits otherwise they can’t feel well. We should give the right… Read More »

When Your Pet is in Need of a Specialist…

Veterinary Emergency & Referral Group (a/k/a VERG) was formed in 2005 by Dr. Brett Levitzke. Formerly known as Brooklyn Veterinary Emergency Service, which was founded by a group of veterinarians in 1992, VERG is a multi-disciplinary REFERRAL ONLY Hospital located in the Cobble Hill section of Brooklyn, New York, designed to function as an extension… Read More »

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

An Overview of the Theory and Applications for Small Animal Veterinary Practice What is it? The concept of the MR image is a chemical analysis of constituent body tissues, displayed as a grey-scale in anatomical context. It uses a combination of magnetic fields and radiofrequency signals to map hydrogen nuclei. The MR-scanner contains a powerful… Read More »

Veterinary MRI Scanner Now Fully Operational

I am pleased to announce that our dedicated veterinary MRI scanner is now fully operational! The doctors and support staff at VERG have undergone extensive training with Esaote imaging experts in order to provide quality, diagnostic images. Dr. Raymond Prata, DACVS, has over 35 years of experience in the fields of surgery and neurosurgery. In… Read More »