Doggy Dementia

Tue, 30 April 2013 by Dr. Fincher

It’s hard to watch our furry friends get old, especially when the changes are such that we begin to lose sight of the friend we’ve known for so many years.  One of the conditions that commonly afflicts our older dogs is known as Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome. There is a simple acronym we in the veterinary world

Is this an accident or is my pooch punishing me?

Tue, 06 November 2012 by Dr. Fincher

Accidents happen.  This being said, nobody likes when they happen and most people want to keep them from happening as much as possible.  This is universally the case when those accidents involve urine (or feces) on any surface in our home, be it rug, wall, lamp or bed. As a veterinarian, I have to be

Why’s my cat thinking (urinating) outside the box?

Wed, 17 October 2012 by Dr. Fincher

As I start on this particular blog entry, I do so with great trepidation.  There is nothing more complex and frustrating for owner (and often veterinarian!) than a cat who is doing their business somewhere other than the litter box, especially when it’s places like your shoes or, heaven forbid, your bed!  I give a

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