1. Pet Safety Tips For Valentine’s Day

    Candlelit dinners, boxes of chocolates, and bouquets of flowers all spell romance for your human beau, on the other hand, these testaments of love could be dangerous to your favorite furry Valentine. 911 Vets proudly serves the Greater Los Angeles area with our mobile vet clinic. We offer all the traditional veterinary care services, however instead of you coming to our clinic, we bring the clinic…Read More

  2. Common Cat Diseases: Part One

    As a pet owner, your animal’s well-being and health is your main concern. Nobody wants to make an emergency trip to the vet because their dog or cat is sick or hurt. At 911 Vets, we take your pet’s health as seriously as if they were our own, which is why our 24 hour vet offers services that you can’t get from traditional vet clinics. At a regular veterinary clinic, you have to go to them, b…Read More

  3. Sun Exposure Can Kill

    We recently responded to an emergency for a French Bulldog in distress. The poor dog was taking a leisurely stroll on the Venice Beach Boardwalk with his guardian. After awhile the dog became lethargic and refused to go further. He started to vomit and have diarrhea. He was taken to the shade of a local store where we found him panting, drooling in pain with a fever of 104.7! He was stabilized and…Read More