1. How to Avoid Heat Stroke in Pets

    August may be the beginning of the end of the summer season, but you can bet that the high temperatures aren’t planning on taking a vacation anytime soon. While some may use the heat as an excuse to stay inside, others choose to venture outside and bring their furry companions with them. There is nothing wrong with going on adventures with your pets, but if you’re planning on going out into th…Read More

  2. The Health Benefits of Owning a Pet

    Some people have grown up with animals in their home their entire life, while others wait until they are older and financially responsible enough to care for a pet of their own. Whatever the case may be, all pet owners can agree that there is nothing better than having a friendly furball to come home to at the end of a long day. If you’re on the fence about adopting a pet of your own, or you’r…Read More

  3. 4 Reasons You Should Adopt a Shelter Cat

    June is finally here, and that means it’s National Adopt a Shelter Cat month! Cats are a great addition to your home, and if you’ve thought about getting a cat in the past, then now is the perfect time. Check out your local shelter to find your new favorite feline, and if you’re not yet convinced, keep reading below where we give you a few reasons why you should adopt a shelter cat right awa…Read More

  4. A Guide for Being a Responsible Pet Owner

    Being a pet owner comes with many benefits, the main benefit being that you have a furry companion who loves you unconditionally. However, some owners take their pets for granted, using them as a status symbol or for unlimited cute pictures. Being a pet owner comes with many responsibilities, and it’s heartbreaking when the basic needs of a pet are left unfulfilled. In today’s post, we will di…Read More

  5. How To Avoid Stress At The Vet: Part Two

    Going to the vet is no walk in the park, and chances are, your pet will most likely put up a fight or try to avoid it as much as possible. Luckily, if you live in the Los Angeles area, 911 Vets provides you with the convenience of bringing the vet to your home! With our mobile vet clinic, you won’t have to worry about trying to get your dog into the car or your cat into his or her carrier. We pr…Read More

  6. How To Avoid Stress At The Vet: Part One

    A trip to the vet can be a stressful experience for your furry friend. Not only is he or she in an unfamiliar setting, but they also are poked and prodded by strangers. It’s no wonder you fluff ball gets scared or anxious every time you have to take him or her to the vet. At 911 Vets in Los Angeles, our mobile vet clinic provides you with all the services you would find at a traditional vet clin…Read More

  7. Choking Hazards For Your Cat

    Cats are curious creatures and like to play with anything and everything they can get their paws on, especially if they are young. Unfortunately, many of your kitty’s favorite toys could be harmful and easily swallowed. If your cat starts choking on a toy, call 911 Vets right away. We serve the greater Los Angeles area and make house calls for a number of pet emergencies. Unlike traditional vet …Read More

  8. Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Pets, Part Two

    Spring cleaning is a great way to get your house in order for the year. In our last blog, we looked at one of the major hazards that spring cleaning can pose to your pet: cleaning chemicals. These chemicals are a life-saver when it comes to cutting down on dirt, grime, and grease, but they can be a life-destroyer if your pet gets into them. Here, we will look at two more things to keep in mind whi…Read More

  9. Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Pets

    Spring is here, and that means that many people will begin their spring cleaning routine. This is a great annual tradition that can lend to the fresh-start feeling that comes with spring. Cleaning your home, getting reorganized, donating unused items, and undertaking more home improvement projects are all great springtime activities. However, it is very important to remember your four-legged frien…Read More

  10. Signs Your Dog Needs To See The Vet, Part Two

    Knowing when to call the vet is an important skill that every pet owner should master. Last time, we talked about three reasons you should call for the help of a vet. In this blog, we look at three more reasons: Coughing Coughing can be because of something simple, such as an irritation in their throat. But it can also mean that they have an infection caused by debris lodged in their throat. Kenne…Read More