Senior Pet Wellness

Helping Our Furry Friends Later In Life Thanks to the miracles of science and modern medicine, our senior pets are living longer than ever before. However, these advanced stages of life can present new issues for our pets. Most of which can be prevented or managed through frequent and thoughtful veterinary care. Today we will […]

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What do I do if my pet is having a seizure

What do I do if my pet is having a seizure?

Dogs and cats can have seizures just like humans. It is a scary occurrence that occasionally pet owners have to witness. In such situations, it is important to be able to recognize the signs of a seizure in order to make it as stress-free as possible for your furry friend. So what exactly causes seizures, […]

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Just in case... Emergency Preparedness

You can never be TOO prepared for an emergency of any kind. Whether it's an earthquake, rainstorm, fire... unfortunately, we see them all here in the Bay Area. We usually have an emergency kit put together for our human family but sometimes our furry family members get overlooked. Lately, there have been many national disasters occurring, […]

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It’s Summertime! Overheating in dogs

Summertime is a fun time for all families, including our pets! But it can also be a dangerous time if the heat is not taken into consideration. Heatstroke or Hyperthermia in pets is very common this time of year and should not be taken lightly. If a pets body temperature goes above 102.5 F degrees […]

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Safety First! Pet First Aid.

Over the next 6 weeks, we will be bringing you a series of blogs on pet first aid. What you can do at home or in a park to potentially save your pets life in an emergency. What Is First Aid? Basically put, first aid is the initial help given to the sick until full […]

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Meet our Student: Emily Castellanos

We believe that work experience is a very important part of a student’s learning. We also believe that working in summer can help reduce veterinary students mounting debt load! In providing students with real-life, in-hospital, hands-on experience they will gain invaluable skills and exposure to their chosen industry! Meet our Student! Name: Emily Castellanos Age: […]

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Meet our Student: Maggie Prittie

We believe that work experience is a very important part of a student’s learning. We also believe that working in summer can help reduce veterinary students mounting debt load! In providing students with real-life, in-hospital, hands-on experience they will gain invaluable skills and exposure to their chosen industry! Meet our Student! Name: Maggie Prittie Age: […]

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Meet our Student: Brenna Eikenbary

We believe that work experience is a very important part of a student’s learning. We also believe that working in summer can help reduce veterinary students mounting debt load! In providing students with real-life, in-hospital, hands-on experience they will gain invaluable skills and exposure to their chosen industry! Meet our Student! Name: Brenna Eikenbary Age: 19 Hometown: […]

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Why does my pet keep scratching? Ditch That Itch!

Did you ever wonder, why does my dog keep scratching so much? Especially if your pet is on a good flea medication? Did you know your dog can suffer from allergies? If these allergies go untreated for long they can lead to more serious problems such as skin infections, ear infections, and decreased quality of […]

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Canine Atopic Dermatitis

It is spring! Time for flowers, bees, butterflies, and, if you are unlucky, hay fever! Dogs don’t get hay fever like you or me, instead, they get a skin condition referred to as Atopic Dermatitis. What is Atopic Dermatitis? Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic inflammation of the skin caused by environmental allergens. In dogs suffering […]

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