1. Everything You Need To Know About Pet Euthanasia

    When our animal companions become ill or immobile with old age, it may be time to provide them with a peaceful goodbye through the use of euthanasia. While no one likes to think about having to put their four-legged friend down, if your pet seems incapable of truly enjoying life, it may be the best option for them. At 911 Vets® in Los Angeles, we understand that the decision to euthanize your pet…Read More

  2. 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

  3. 4th of July Dog Safety Tips

    The Fourth of July is just around the corner, and it is one of the best times of the year to celebrate with family and friends. Fourth of July celebrations are often not the best places for dogs, however. They introduce a wide variety of hazards that are easily avoided. Here, we look at some tips to help you keep your dog safe this summer. No scraps! Fourth of July barbecues are a timeless traditi…Read More

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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