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  • November 2018
    Our veterinarians are dedicated to enhancing the well-being of senior pet dogs and cats by advocating for early detection of abnormalities (bloodwork and radiographs), routine examinations (at least two a Read more
  • Raw or Undercooked Animal-Source Protein in Cat and Dog Diets
    Raw or Undercooked Animal-Source Protein in Cat and Dog DietsThe AVMA discourages the feeding to cats and dogs of any animal source protein that has not first been subjected to Read more
  • Home Dental Care for Pets
    Home Dental Care for PetsAt home dental care can make a remarkable difference in your pet’s comfort and health. There are several hygiene options to choose from to help prevent Read more
  • Pyometra Explained
    Pyometra ExplainedPyometra is a bacterial infection of the uterus that mostly occurs in middle-aged or older unspayed female dogs, though it may also occur in cats or young dogs. It Read more
  • Do you need Pet Insurance?
    Do you need Pet Insurance?As veterinary medicine becomes more technologically advanced, the cost of care increases because of the higher costs associated with the equipment, facilities and training required to Read more
  • Why should you Microchip your Cat?
    Why should youMicrochip your Cat?It used to be that unless you had a current tag on your cat the chances of finding them if they went missing were slim. With Read more
  • Natural Disaster Preparedness Tips
    Natural DisasterPreparedness TipsHave an Alert Window DecalThis window decal will let people and rescue workers know that you have pets inside your home. Make sure the decal is visible; ideally Read more
  • Are we there yet? Vacationing and Travelling with Fido
    Are we there yet?Vacationing and Travelling with FidoTime for a vacation, your pet may need one too! We have a few tipsthat may help you include your fluffy friend this Read more
  • Splashin’ into Summer Water Safety
    Splashin’ into SummerWater SafetySummer is a great time of year for water activities! Of course, if you are having fun you may want to include your pets too. We have Read more
  • Learn not to Burn and Beat the Heat
    Learn not to Burnand Beat the HeatSummer provides lots of opportunities to have a great time with your furry companions but as is the case with us, pets can fall Read more
  • Got an itch?
    Got an itch?Did you know your pet can suffer from seasonal allergies just like you? More than half of pet owners are unaware their furry companions also suffer during the Read more
  • Here Kitty, Kitty!
    Here Kitty, Kitty!Did you know that there is a kitten season, sounds amazing right? Well there is, and it starts roughly in the spring and ends late fall. This cute-sounding Read more
  • Foxtail Season: Coming Soon to a field near you
    Foxtail SeasonComing Soon to a field near youHere in California, foxtails are notorious for getting stuck in an ear, nose, or eye of an unsuspecting victim. When we hear complaints Read more
  • Flea Prevention All Year Round
    Flea Prevention All Year RoundFleas love the California weather, because rain or shine, summer or winter, they are able to thrive all year round. No need to worry- we can Read more
  • The Importance of Dentistry
    The Importance of DentistryWhat is periodontal disease?Over 85% of dogs and cats have some type of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease simply means that the gums and bone that hold the Read more
  • Pets are not Presents
    Pets are not PresentsPets are a commitmentThe holiday season brings about so many joyous things: time with family and friends, good food, parties, and presents. There are presents that we Read more