Today, our Carlsbad vets discuss how you can identify, treat, and prevent some of the most common dental problems found in your furry companion.
Our Carlsbad vets explain why getting your pet's bloodwork is important, and when it's time to bring your companion to the vet.
Panting is definitely much less common in cats than in dogs, but that doesn't mean cats never pant. However, heavy breathing in cats can sometimes be a symptom of a health concern. It's important to understand when there is little concern, and when your cat breathing heavy warrants a visit to your Carlsbad veterinary clinic.
While puppies are devilishly cute, raising a puppy doesn't come without challenges. In this post, our Carlsbad vets share some tips on how to raise a puppy to help you get through the puppy stage and ensure your canine companion grows up to be a healthy, happy and well-adjusted dog.
Veterinary care and medicine, diet research and development, pet nutrition and pet owners' accessibility to information has led to our senior cats living much longer than they used to. Here, our Carlsbad vets explain what you can expect as your cat ages and share senior cat care tips.
Generally speaking, the risk of your furry friend having a serious reaction to a vaccine is very low. Vaccines protect your dog from a number of serious conditions that can be difficult or expensive to treat. Here, our Carlsbad vets explain what you need to know about reactions to vaccines in dogs and how to handle them.