1. Prevent A Tragedy: Leave Your Pup At Home

    Now that the summer months have left us for another year, it is important to remember that it doesn’t necessarily mean it is safe to leave your dog in your car. It only takes minutes for a pet left in a vehicle on a warm day to fall victim to heat stroke, requiring a visit from your mobile vet in Los Angeles. The worst case scenario is suffocation. Most people don’t realize how hot it can in a…Read More

  2. Cats & Car Rides

    Most cat owners agree that taking kitty for a car ride isn’t much fun. Cats, unlike dogs, do not enjoy the experience. While it is impossible to say exactly why felines detest the car, some common characteristics of cats can help explain their fear of your vehicle. Luckily, our mobile vet in Los Angeles happily comes to you to take care of your beloved furry friend. Cats are creatures of habit. …Read More

  3. 5 Health Benefits Of Owning A Pet

    An apple a day may not actually keep the doctor away, but what about an animal a day? in fact, when it comes to pet ownership, there are a number of proven health benefits for people, including physical, mental and emotional improvements, from enhancing social skills to decreasing a person’s risk of heart attack. Here are 5 reasons why opening your home to a furry friend is just what the mobile …Read More

  4. What Is Animal Neglect?

    Animal neglect is the failure to provide basic care and mobile vet care in Los Angeles required for an animal to thrive. At first glance, such cases may seem less important than a single, brutal act of violent abuse, but severe neglect can mean extended periods of extreme suffering resulting in permanent injury or death. A single large-scale neglect case can affect hundreds of animals, as in cases…Read More

  5. The Importance Of Nail Trimming

    Nail trimming is an important part of a regular grooming routine for your pet. Let our mobile vet service in Los Angeles come to you for this quick and easy procedure. If your dog’s nails get too long, they can break, which is painful and can lead to infection. Although it is extremely important, many people cannot or do not like to trim their dog’s nails. That is where we come in! It is a tas…Read More

  6. Benefits Of Using A Mobile Veterinarian

    Many family pets, especially cats, experience extreme distress when they must travel in the car even if it is for a short distance. In fact, it is not unusual for a frightened cat or dog to vomit or lose bladder control on rides to and from the vet’s office. With our mobile vet service in Los Angeles, you are waiting in the comfort of your own home while your pet remains calm. Families with seve…Read More

  7. The Side Effects Of Chemotherapy

    When your beloved pet falls victim to cancer it is hard on everyone involved. As your mobile vet in Los Angeles, we want to help you through the process of working towards making your furry friend cancer free. When you decide to pursue chemotherapy as a course of action it is important to understand the side effects that come with it. Here are a few things you can expect: Vomiting Withhold food an…Read More

  8. Cancer Screening, Treatment And Hospice

    As pets get older, the bond between them and their human caregivers grows stronger. In this millennium, cancer will touch one in every three people and over half of their senior pets. Organ failure will claim the lives of the other half of senior pets. It is time to rethink how the profession will help pet owners face the final days with a terminally ill best friend. Most pet owners have preconcei…Read More

  9. Don’t Overpopulate! Spay & Neuter Your Pets

    Whether you have recently adopted a pet or are considering it, one of the most important decisions you will make is to spay or neuter your cat or dog. Our mobile vet in Los Angeles can make this decision easier by coming to your house to perform the surgery. Here are a few reasons you should spay and neuter: Your female pet with live a longer, healthier life. Spaying helps prevent uterine infectio…Read More

  10. We Can Provide In-Home Pet Euthanasia in Los Angeles

    As difficult as it can be, letting go of a beloved pet is something that every pet owner will have to face at some point. You have the joyous times when you would run and play with your pet, and the not-so-joyous times when you were scolding them for chewing your new pair of shoes. But no matter what, you loved your pet and cherished the time you had with them. At 911 Vets® Home Pet Medical™, w…Read More