The thyroid is responsible for releasing hormones that regulate many processes within your cat's body. If thyroid hormone levels become too high, (hyperthyroidism), your cat is at risk of developing a number of serious health issues. Today our Santa Clarita vets explain hyperthyroidism in cats and how a modified diet can be beneficial.
Our Santa Clarita veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.
Are you considering getting your own pet green or blue iguana? If so it's time to start researching and preparing yourself for iguana ownership. Today, our Santa Clarita vets discuss what you need to know before adopting an Iguana lizard as a pet.
Dehydration can cause a number of serious health problems in cats, so it's important to ensure that your feline friend stays well hydrated. If your cat won't drink water these tips from our Santa Clarita vets may help to explain why your cat won't drink and what you can do to help.
Our feline friends adore playing with strings, ribbons and rubber bands but unfortunately, they sometimes get the urge to eat these items, making intestinal blockage surgery for cats surprisingly common. Our Santa Clarita vets explain more about intestinal blockage surgery for cats including cost and recovery.
When other common causes are ruled out, but litterbox trouble persists, it could be a sign that your cat is suffering from histiocytic ulcerative colitis. Our Santa Clarita vets explain how this rare condition in cats can be diagnosed and treated.
One thing dogs are unfortunately known for is chewing and eating everything in their path. This is one of the ways in which they explore the world, but occasionally this can create concerning complications. Our Santa Clarita vets discuss what bowel obstructions are, the treatment of obstructions and when it may be an emergency.
Gingivitis is a common dental health problem for cats. In fact, as many as 85% of cats over the age of three are now believed to suffer from some form of dental disease. Here, our Santa Clarita vets explain the signs of gingivitis in cats to watch for and how your cat's oral health can be improved.