Senior Pet Behaviors

Aging itself is not a disease. Although it includes many complex physical changes, it is a natural process that occurs much like it does in humans. Senior pet behavioral changes can be due to medical conditions. With patience, understanding, diagnosis and treatment, these problems can be resolved. Make sure your senior pet has the healthiest […]

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Senior Pet Check-Ups

One fact of life is that, unfortunately, time doesn’t stop and we all grow older. You know how your medical provider keeps reminding you to come in for your annual exam? Well, it’s because they have your best interest at heart. The same goes for the animal world. We want to give you all the […]

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Dangers of Leaving Animals Outdoors

Today we are talking about potential risks having your animals live outdoors and methods of protecting your independent pets well-being. Most notably, we will be talking about cats and dogs.  There are some common risks when you have a cat or dog live outside: Parasites: Parasites are an increased risk factor the more often an […]

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Noise Aversions in Animals

Does your dog cower in fear at the sound of Fourth of July fireworks? Or does your cat have accidents around the house when there is loud construction outside your house? What is noise aversion? Animals that tremble, try to hide, or vocalize in response to loud noises may have “noise aversion.” Noise aversion is […]

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Pet Safety in the Summer Time!

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Outdoor Anxiety

It never fails. I put Zeke's harness on, leash him up, get out the front door, and boom. There's one of my neighbors walking his dog at the EXACT. SAME. TIME. It honestly doesn't matter what time I walk him. Sometimes I fall asleep on the couch until late and Zeke doesn't get his last […]

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Meet our new Veterinarian: Dr. Rebekah Zahedi

I was born and raised just outside of Atlanta, Georgia and realized my love of animals early - at the age of six, I proudly announced that I wanted to become a veterinarian. After working at a small animal clinic in high school and shadowing as an undergraduate, I knew this field was for me, […]

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Meet our Student! Shanna Wade

We believe that work experience is a very important part of student’s learning. We also believe that working in summer can help reduce veterinary students mounting debt load! Summer Work Experience Program (SWEP) is a collaboration of the California Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) and second and third-year veterinary students at UC Davis and Western University […]

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Savanna Lagomarsino Wins "RVT of the Year" Award!

We are absolutely delighted to announce that Savanna Lagomarsino, Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) at Hill's and Groveway Veterinary Hospitals, has won the coveted "Outstanding RVT of the Year" award for Alameda County. She was announced winner at the Alameda County Veterinary Medical Association's Staff Night in Jack London Square, Oakland on July 26, 2017. Savanna […]

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Meet our Student! Stephanie Kuo

We believe that work experience is a very important part of student’s learning. We also believe that working in summer can help reduce veterinary students mounting debt load! Summer Work Experience Program (SWEP) is a collaboration of the California Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) and second and third-year veterinary students at UC Davis and Western University […]

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