Preparing Your Pets for Holiday Guests & More The holiday season may be a little different this year, but chances are you’ll be having more people in your home than you’ve had in a while. Even the most extroverted pet can become anxious or frightened by the sudden arrival of new people, and especially if … Read moreWho IS That Masked Man??
Let’s face it – senior pets are kind of the best. They’re house-trained, they’re calm, and they rarely chew up your favorite shoes. Pets are considered seniors once they reach the age of seven. Does that make you the proud pet parent of a golden oldie? Perhaps you’re considering adopting from the senior side of … Read moreAn October Wellness Check for Your Golden Oldie
How’s this for some math? When you first enroll in our Pet Perks program, you’ll receive a 300 paw point signing bonus. Then, during the month of September, for every dollar you spend in our hospital, you’ll earn FOUR PAW POINTS to be used toward future purchases for your best furry friend. If you’re not yet a part … Read moreWe’re Giving Away 4X the Paw Points all Month Long!
Q: During our extended time at home during the COVID-19 crisis, my family adopted a new puppy from the Humane Society. It’s been a long time since we had a puppy in the house. What do we need to do to keep her healthy and happy? First of all, congratulations! A new furry friend is … Read moreAsk Dr. Edsall: New Puppy 101
Foxtails are dangerous because the seeds are very tough and don’t break down; plus, they can work their way into any part of your dog or cat. They are hard to find in a pet’s fur and they like to get around, too—a foxtail in the nose can migrate to the brain and one in … Read moreHow to Outfox Foxtails
Summer may be a bit low-key this year, but as we venture outside more it’s important to keep your pet safe. Here are a few tips to help: • Heat kills! Never leave your pet in a car, even for a quick trip. On a sunny 70-degree day, your car can heat up to over … Read moreSafe Fun In the Summertime
We’re happy to announce that we are once again offering all veterinary services and are back open for regular hours: Monday – Saturday 8:00am – 4:30pm. However, for everyone’s safety, we are still limiting access to the building and our COVID-19 procedures for curbside service continue. • Call us at 805-369-2222 to schedule your pet’s … Read moreFull Vet Services Now Available!
If you’re like a lot of pet parents we know, you’re taking your best friend for as many walks as you can right now. As the weather gets warmer, snakes will become more active, and there’s a good chance you’ll encounter one basking in the sun. Rattlesnake bites are extremely dangerous and can be deadly … Read moreOur Rattlesnake Avoidance Dog Training Class is Back!
Updated June 12, 2020 Two Easy Ways to See Us – Curbside and Drop-Off! As part of your family’s trusted healthcare team we are remaining open to serve your pets, but with significant modifications made to our operations to minimize contact and risk of spreading the Coronavirus. At This Time, We Are Asking Clients To … Read moreCoronavirus Updates
Rattlesnake Avoidance Class – March 15th $95 per dog These sun-seeking serpents can be hazardous to you—and your dog’s—health. Even though dogs have a natural fear of snakes, canines tend to be curious and a snake can strike before you or your dog sees it. We held Rattlesnake Avoidance classes last year and they were … Read moreWatch Your Step!