Heat Stroke Keep Your Pets Cool and Safe

Heat Stroke Keep Your Pets Cool and Safe We see cases of heat stress and heat stroke every year. Every pet is at risk for developing heat stroke, but those at increased risk include pediatric, geriatric, and obese pets, dark colored or long-haired pets, and...

Swimming with your Pets

Swimming with your Pets In Santa Clarita we are blessed with beautiful weather but once the middle of summer rolls around even the most confirmed lovers of the high desert must admit that it can get terribly hot. Many homeowners in this valley are blessed with pools...

Traveling with your Pets

Traveling with your Pets I’ve got to get out of here! Many people are eager to travel after being cooped up for so long. There are a few things to think about if you are vacationing with your pets.First, think about how well your furry friends travel. Animals who get...

A Full Workup?

A Full Workup? I recently saw a case, where a young adult Labrador retriever was seen for occasional vomiting, but otherwise acting normally. Initially, the physical exam findings were unremarkable, and the owner opted to take the dog home and just get some medication...