If you have pets you may be wondering whether dogs and cats can catch the COVID-19 and what you should do if your pet seems to have coronavirus symptoms. Our Santa Clarita team looks at the current understanding about cats, dogs and COVID.
Qualified Advice From Our Vets
Our Santa Clarita veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.
Diarrhea in dogs is a very distressing symptom for pet parents to cope with. If your pup is suffering from diarrhea no doubt your want to find a cure FAST! Here our Santa Clarita vets explain some common causes, and how to stop diarrhea in dogs.
It can be difficult even for the most attentive pet parent to know when their animal is in need of urgent emergency care. Here, our Santa Clarita vets share signs and symptoms that could indicate that it's time to head to the emergency vet hospital.
Whether you live in a hot sunny climate year-round, or get just a few hot months each year, knowing the signs of heatstroke in dogs could help to save an animal's life. Our Santa Clarita veterinary team explains how to spot the signs of heatstroke in dogs and how the condition is treated.
Rabies is an exceptionally dangerous virus that is fatal for people as well as cats and other pets, fortunately, it is entirely preventable. Here, our Santa Clarita vets explain the costs, scheduling, and side effects associated with getting your cat vaccinated against rabies.
Our Santa Clarita vets believe that vaccinations play an essential role in keeping your pet healthy throughout their lifetime. While we recommend core vaccinations for all dogs and cats there are a number of lifestyle vaccines that are only given to specific animals based on their level of risk for contracting particular conditions.
Our Santa Clarita vets recommend the Bordetella vaccine for dogs that spend time in kennels, at a groomer or playing at an off-leash park. While the Bordetella vaccine is considered safe, in very rare cases more serious reactions can occur.
It can be easy to write off your overweight cat as just "extra cuddly," but carrying even a few extra pounds can make a big difference in long-term health for your cat. Here, our Santa Clarita vets explain how to tell if your feline friend is overweight, and when to see the vet.
If you recoil from your pup's happy panting or apologize to guests for your dog's bad breath, it's time for a trip to the vet. Bad breath is common in our canine companions, especially as they age, and can be a sign of serious health issues. Today our Santa Clarita vets share some causes and treatments for bad breath in dogs.