1. Signs It’s Time To Bring Your Dog To The Vet

    As the old adage goes, a dog is a man’s best friend. If you own a dog, you already know that taking care of them is relatively straightforward. From keeping them well feed everyday to giving them enough exercise, there are many things you can do to give your pooch the love and attention that they deserve. Dealing with a sick dog, however, can be very stressful for any pet owner. If you think you…Read More

  2. Tips & Tricks For New Kitten Owners

    Adopting a new kitten can be a fun and exciting time, not only for you, but for your new feline friend as well. Just as a human baby has vastly different needs than a teenager, your kitten will have unique care requirements until they grow to become a fully matured cat. At 911 VETS in Los Angeles, our veterinary professionals believe that with proper care and training, your kitten will grow up to …Read More

  3. 7 Common Dog Diseases You Should Know

    If you have a faithful four-legged friend at home, keeping a close eye on their health is detrimental to the quality of their life and longevity. At 911 VETS Home Pet Medical, we understand how important your dog is to you, which is why we’re proud to provide mobile veterinary services for those times when your pooch needs medical assistance. Like humans, our canine friends are susceptible to al…Read More

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. Best Dog Travel Tips

    Bringing your dog on your holiday vacation with you just adds to the fun and alleviates the worry of not knowing what is happening with your dog while you are on the road. It is important to do your homework on dog travel. Planes and cars are not designed with dogs in mind and you need to know what to expect when you reach your final destination. By planning your dog travel ahead of time, you can …Read More

  7. In Your Time of Need, Call On Your Emergency Vet in Los Angeles

    When an emergency arises, it's important to remain calm and follow preventative steps that you've outlined for yourself and for your family. You make a plan in the event of a fire, a flood, or any other household emergency, so why not have a plan for when the situation involves your pet. A sick or injured pet can't simply tell you what's wrong and if you panic, you'll only make the situation worse…Read More

  8. Keep Your Pets Safe This Season with an Emergency Vet in Los Angeles

    With Thanksgiving coming up this week and the holiday season about to begin, you're most likely looking forward to spending time with friends and family. You'll also have more time to spend with your pets, which will make them very happy. During this festive time of year, it's important to remember how to keep your pets safe from harm. As your emergency vet in Los Angeles, 911 Vets® Home Pet Medi…Read More

  9. Don’t Wait to Call Your Emergency Vet in Los Angeles

    Taking action when your pet is sick can sometimes be the difference between a resolution and further medical complications. If your dog has ingested something foreign, or seems to be lethargic, don't wait to call your emergency vet in Los Angeles. We can arrive promptly to treat your pet, but if you feel it's an urgent situation, it's always best to transport your pet to a clinic for treatment. If…Read More

  10. Expert Assistance From Your Emergency Vet in Los Angeles

    If you've just returned home from a weekend away, only to find that your dog or cat is injured or sick, you could be - in your state of concern - unsure what to do to help them. Perhaps a caretaker accidentally fed them something they shouldn't have, or your pet knocked something over, injuring themselves. Whatever the case may be, when you need an emergency vet in Los Angeles, you can rely on the…Read More