If you have ever found it difficult to take your pet into a physical veterinary hospital for routine examinations and/or treatment when they were under the weather, then you know how stressful and difficult it can be. Thankfully, pet owners in Orange County have the option to choose housecall veterinary services for their pets that eliminate the need for dealing with the difficulties of in-office veterinary care.
If we could ask them, every pet would probably say that the 4th of July is their least favorite holiday. The weather is hot, the noises are loud, and almost everywhere feels unsafe for pets. For this reason, it’s important to take extra precautions on the 4th of July holiday to keep your pet safe and comfortable.
Spay and Neuter Awareness Month began on February 1st, but spaying and neutering pets is an important topic of discussion for veterinarians and pet owners every single day of the year because spaying and neutering are not only essential to your own pet’s health and happiness but also the wellbeing of the community at large.
Thanks to advancements in veterinary medicine, our pets are living longer than ever before. As a result, age-related health issues, like loss of hearing and vision, in pets are becoming increasingly common
There’s been a lot of controversy buzzing about vaccines lately, but we’re here to explain the truth about vaccines, how they work, and why you absolutely should (and, in some cases, have to) vaccinate your pets.
Summer has almost officially arrived. While it’s fun to get some sunshine with your dog, it’s also important to remember that what’s too hot for them might not be the same as what’s too hot for you, and exposing them to hot temperatures, sunshine, and pavement could put them at risk of heatstroke and burns.