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Our Los Angeles veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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How long can dogs go without water?

How long can dogs go without water?

Just like you, your dog will need to replenish themselves with water as each day goes on. Here our vets in Los Angeles vets explain the role that water plays in the body, the signs of dehydration, and talk about how long a dog can go without water.

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My dog ate chewing gum, should I be worried?

My dog ate chewing gum, should I be worried?

Dogs will eat nearly anything if given the opportunity. Unfortunately, this can mean eating something potentially toxic like gum. Our Los Angeles vets talk about what happens if a dog eats gum, including the dangers and the steps you should take if your dog recently ate chewing gum.

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The Importance of Fecal Exams for Dogs & Cats

The Importance of Fecal Exams for Dogs & Cats

Annual preventive care and testing can help protect your pet against many different parasites that can call the gastrointestinal tract home. Here, our vets in Los Angeles veterinarians talk about how fecals can help detect these parasites and what to expect during your cat or dog's fecal exam.

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Cat Breeds That Live the Longest

Cat Breeds That Live the Longest

When you decide that you'd like to be a cat parent, you will need to decide which type of cat you'd like to own. One thing to consider is how long each breed of cat is likely to live. Here our Los Angeles vets talk about which cat breeds live the longest and how long you can expect Siamese, munchkins, and other cats to live.

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Signs of Pain in Cats & What Can Help

Signs of Pain in Cats & What Can Help

If you have a cat then you might know that they often won't show us when they are ill or injured. This can make it difficult to know when they need help. Our vets share the signs of pain in cats, what you can do, and how veterinary acupuncture in Los Angeles.

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5 Health Benefits of Acupuncture for Dogs

5 Health Benefits of Acupuncture for Dogs

While traditional methods of veterinary care will always be the standard, many different integrative therapies can offer additional benefits to your pet's care. Here, our Los Angeles vets discuss acupuncture for dogs, and what the benefits are of adding this therapy to your pup's treatment plan

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The Art of Raising a Puppy: Tips For the First Year

The Art of Raising a Puppy: Tips For the First Year

If you are adding a new puppy to your family then a visit to our clinic will be in order. This will help us to gain insight into your puppy's health and provide you with care information. Here, our Los Angeles vets talk about how to raise a puppy including what to expect during the first year of raising a puppy plus some tips.

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How Often Do You Take a Cat to the Vet?

How Often Do You Take a Cat to the Vet?

Loving your cat and giving them cuddles is only one part of caring for them. Along with food and regular at-home care, you will need to bring them for vet visits. Today, our Los Angeles vets discuss how often you will need to take your cat to the vet and how this changes through each stage of their life.

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Routine Vet Exams - Why Are Regular Veterinary Checkups Important?

Routine Vet Exams - Why Are Regular Veterinary Checkups Important?

Routine care can help keep your cat or dog healthy throughout their life. These visits can be used for preventive care, physical evaluations and to discuss your pet's behavior. Our veterinary team in Los Angeles shares some useful information about routine vet exams and the importance of bringing your pet to their regular checkup.

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Ear Hematoma Surgery in Cats

Ear Hematoma Surgery in Cats

When trauma or injury occurs in the ear, it can cause a pocket of blood to develop. This is known as a hematoma. Here, our Los Angeles vet surgeons share some information about ear hematomas and what you can expect during and after your cat's veterinary surgery.

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