What’s lurking in and around your home that could make your pet sick? Turns out, lots of things. March is Pet Poison Prevention Month, and we want you to be aware of substances that should stay out of paw’s reach! Living rooms. Poisonous things in these areas include certain plants, fragrance products, batteries, bags/purses (which … Read moreHouse of Hazards
Fleas and ticks don’t really take “spring break”—or any break—in our part of the country, but they get especially active as the weather warms up. And it’s not just about the itching: fleas can cause anemia, hotspots, and trigger allergies, while ticks can transmit several nasty diseases. Not to mention that they can infest your … Read moreA Wheel Deal On Flea and Tick Meds!
If you don’t have PetDesk, you’re missing out on the easiest, simplest way to manage your pet’s care right from your phone! With PetDesk you can make appointments, request prescription refills, set reminders, see our hours, set up to-do lists and track vaccinations all in one place. PetDesk is available for iOS or Android and … Read moreA Resolution You Can Keep: Manage Your Pet’s Care With PetDesk (And Earn Rewards, Too!)
At Las Tablas Animal Hospital, we believe strongly in dental care for pets. Why? Because unfortunately, we see the often painful and debilitating results when dogs and cats go years without exams and cleanings: gum infection, tooth decay and loss, difficulty eating and even organ damage. That’s why we want to remind you about our … Read more15% Off on Pet Dentals Now!
Your pet’s smile can provide crucial clues to their health. Did you know that, by age three, 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats have some evidence of periodontal disease? Your pet’s oral health matters to us, so we wanted to make sure you didn’t forget to set up their next appointment! Remember … Read moreKeep Your Pet Smiling in the New Year!
When it comes to your pet’s care, you do everything right. You make sure to schedule regular checkups and dental cleanings. You treat your furry friend to the best food and toys money can buy, and you don’t skimp on affection, either. Let’s face it: you’re an awesome pet parent, and you deserve to be … Read moreDownload Good Health Today!
The holidays are certainly a tasty time for us humans—but many of the seasonal treats we make and come in contact with during can put your pet’s health at risk. Chocolate and xylitol are two major ingredients in your favorite cookies, candies, and more that could have major consequences if they get in your pet’s paws. … Read moreHere Come the Holiday Treats
Specifically, NexGard Chewables, which are the #1 vet recommended, FDA-approved flea and tick preventative. The medication actually kills these pests before any infection, like Lyme disease, can reach your pet. Plus, we think your dog would endorse this product change; why? 1. It’s safe for 4lb puppies as young as 8 weeks, in addition to adults and seniors … Read moreSwitch to NexGard With Us!
Canine influenza (CIV) is an extremely contagious respiratory disease that affects dogs of all ages. This disease is particularly of concern to dogs in shelters, boarding facilities, rescue groups, and in other places where canines congregate. Concerns about the disease in our state continue, as the virus hit California particularly hard last year. In June … Read moreWhat’s New With Canine Flu
…it could save your pet’s life! According to the American Association of Feline Practitioners, 83% of cats visit the vet at least once in their first year with their families. Sadly, over half of them never return to the vet for years until there’s a serious emergency. While it’s true that cats are often low-maintenance … Read moreTake Your Cat to the Vet Day Is August 22nd