Carly Collings is one of our friendly patient services coordinators who greet you when you and your pet arrive at WSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital for an appointment. Carly, who studied and graduated from WSU with a degree in anthropology and a minor in sociology, joined our team in September.
Giving a cat oral medication isn’t always the easiest task, but by remaining calm and following the guidance below, you can make sure your pet gets the medications it needs. Your veterinarian will tell you if your cat’s medication should be given with food or on an empty stomach. If the tablet or capsule can […]
Urinary incontinence, or the involuntary passing of urine, is a fairly common problem in dogs. It is usually caused by a medical condition, and your dog likely is not aware it’s happening. Although it can happen at any age, it is more common in middle- to senior-aged dogs and females. Severity can range from small […]