Vaccinations protect your cat or kitten from a variety of serious diseases and illnesses and are an important part of preventive care. Our Pico Rivera veterinarians outline the vaccines that are recommended and why your cat needs them.
Hip dysplasia is a painful condition caused by the abnormal development of one or both of your dog's hips. If left untreated, hip dysplasia can worsen over time, severely limiting your dog's mobility. In today's post, our Pico Rivera veterinarians explain the three most effective surgeries for treating hip dysplasia in dogs.
To avoid re-aggravating the injury, it is critical to pay special attention to your cat's care following surgery. Today, our Pico Rivera veterinarians talk about how to care for a cat recovering from surgery, what to do if a cat isn't eating after surgery, and how to stop a cat from jumping after surgery.
Hip dysplasia is an abnormal formation of one or both hips in a dog that can occur in any breed and causes pain or discomfort when exercising or simply changing position. In today's blog, our Pico Rivera veterinarians explain hip dysplasia, its symptoms, and the surgeries used to treat it.
Tibial Tuberosity Advancement surgery is one treatment for cruciate ligament tears, which are a common knee injury in dogs. Today, our Pico Rivera veterinarians discuss Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) Surgery for dogs, including how it works, the advantages, and what it entails.
So you're ready to take on the responsibilities of pet ownership, but you're not sure what kind to get. When adding an animal to the family, there are numerous factors to consider. Our Pico Rivera veterinarians discuss the various types of pets and the benefits and drawbacks that come with each.
Many of us are aware that athletes frequently fall victim to ACL injuries, but due to the anatomy of your dog's leg, this painful knee injury is also very common in dogs. Our Pico Rivera vets explain the symptoms of ACL injuries in dogs, and the surgeries used to treat this condition.
Dental problems in cats can be just as painful as they are in humans. Pain in the mouth and teeth may cause your feline companion to refuse to eat. Today, our Pico Rivera veterinarians will demonstrate how to properly clean your cat's mouth and maintain a healthy set of teeth.
Our Pico Rivera animal clinic is accepting new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of your cats and dogs. Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.