1. Signs Your Dog Needs To See The Vet, Part One

    When your dog is sick, you can feel a sense of helplessness set in. But being able to know when to call the vet can help alleviate that feeling. Over the next two blogs, we will look at some warning signs that you should call a vet. Here are the first three: Decreased appetite If your dog has a decreased appetite, it can be worrisome, especially if your dog is usually a voracious eater. When a dog…Read More

  2. Warning Signs Your Dog Has Heartworm, Part Two

    Last time, we touched on a few warning signs to watch out for. Heartworm is one of the top causes for death in dogs. It is sometimes known as the “silent killer”, because symptoms can progress extremely quickly once the heartworms are full grown. That is why prevention is a major key. Heartworm medication should be part of your dog’s normal health care plan. Here are two more warning signs t…Read More

  3. Warning Signs Your Dog Has Heartworm, Part One

    Heartworm disease is a serious condition affecting dogs across the country. Luckily, this is a condition that is very simple to prevent. In this two-part blog series, we will look at some of the warning signs you should be aware of. Here are the first three: No symptoms In the early stages of a heartworm infection, there will be no symptoms. It can take up to six months for the worm to fully matur…Read More

  4. Dental Tips for Pet Owners

    Last time, we went over some common oral health issues that your dog might run into over the course of their life. Oral health is not something that many pet owners think about until they have to. Like with most things, a little preventative care can go a long way. Here are some tips for prioritizing your dog’s dental health: Start young As with many things, it is easiest to train your dog to ac…Read More

  5. The Importance of Dental Care for Pets

    Dental health is something that is extremely important for humans. We teach our kids from a very young age to care for their teeth. The same care should be given to our canine companions. If not, they are at risk for developing a variety of oral health problems. Here are a few common ones: Broken teeth Dogs are gifted with very strong teeth, but that doesn’t mean that they are indestructible. Do…Read More

  6. Foods Your Cat Shouldn’t Eat, Part 2

    In our last blog, we went over two foods that many people keep around the house that are dangerous for feline consumption: bread dough and macadamia nuts. If you haven’t already read it, do so now. In this installment, we look at a few more: Caffeine Foods containing caffeine are toxic for our feline companions. This includes chocolate, coffee, tea, and much more. Consumption can cause diarrhea,…Read More

  7. Foods Your Cat Shouldn’t Eat, Part 1

    In our last two blogs, we discussed five common foods that are hazardous for our dogs. If you have dogs, read part one and part two of that series to learn more. But dogs aren’t the only pets who get into trouble with foods, as many cat owners can attest to! With that in mind, in this next two-part series, we will look at five foods that are hazardous for your cats. Here are the first two: Bread…Read More

  8. 5 Things Your Dog Shouldn’t Eat, Part 2

    Last time, we talked about two of the most dangerous foods for your dog: chocolate and onions. In this blog, we will look at three more dangerous food items. Here they are: Grapes Many fruits and vegetables are perfectly safe for canine consumption. Grapes, however, are not. Even a small amount can be fatal. Grapes (and raisins too) can cause severe and sudden kidney failure in dogs. It is importa…Read More

  9. 5 Things Your Dog Shouldn’t Eat, Part 1

    It may seem obvious, but many of the food items you love can wreak havoc if ingested by your dogs. One of the most common calls we get is address a dog that has eaten something they shouldn’t have. Depending on the size of the dog, what was ingested, and how long it’s been, the results can range from an upset stomach to a near-death experience. Avoid the stress and heartbreak by keeping human …Read More

  10. 6 Advantages To Choosing Mobile Vet Services

    You love your pet and will go to great lengths to make sure they’re happy and healthy. Annual check-ups with a vet are important for long-term health for your cat or dog, but getting your pet to the vet can sometimes be a struggle.  Thankfully, there’s another way. With mobile vet service in Los Angeles, you get to skip the hassle and take great care for your pet the easy way. Here are some r…Read More