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Our Orange County veterinarians share information to help you ensure your pets stay happy and healthy.

Fungal Infections in Cats - What They Are & How They Are Treated

Fungal Infections in Cats - What They Are & How They Are Treated

Fungal infections can seriously impact your cat's health, and leave you vulnerable to infection too. Today our Orange County vets share some of the most common causes, symptoms, and treatments for fungal infection in cats.

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What is anaplasmosis in dogs, and what are the symptoms?

What is anaplasmosis in dogs, and what are the symptoms?

Tick-borne diseases pose a serious health risk for dogs all across the country. Anaplasmosis is a tick-borne disease that, if left untreated, can be fatal for some dogs. Today our Orange County vets share some of the symptoms of Anaplasmosis in dogs and how this condition is treated.

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Tick-Borne Diseases in Dogs That Every Pet Parent Should Know About

Tick-Borne Diseases in Dogs That Every Pet Parent Should Know About

Tick-borne diseases can lead to some serious symptoms in dogs, or even be fatal. Today our Orange County vets look at few tick-borne diseases seen in dogs throughout the US and describe some of the symptoms to watch for, and how these diseases can be treated.

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What is a veterinary specialist, and what do they do?

What is a veterinary specialist, and what do they do?

If your pet requires advanced diagnostics or treatment your primary care veterinarian will refer your pet to a veterinary specialist. Specialist vets provide care for animals that goes beyond the scope of standard veterinary care. Today our Orange County vets look at different types of veterinary specialists and what they do. 

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What is the best diet for a cat with hyperthyroidism?

What is the best diet for a cat with hyperthyroidism?

Your cat's thyroid releases hormones that help regulate many processes within the body. If thyroid hormone levels become too high, (hyperthyroidism), your cat is at risk of developing a number of serious health issues. Today our Orange County vets share more about hyperthyroidism in cats and how it can be treated using a modified diet.

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Fluid in the Lungs in Dog - Causes, Symptoms, & Treatments

Fluid in the Lungs in Dog - Causes, Symptoms, & Treatments

While fluid in the lungs (pulmonary edema) can be a symptom of pneumonia in dogs, fluid buildup can also be the result of a number of other serious conditions. Today our Orange County internal medicine vets explain more about the causes, symptoms and treatments for fluid in the lungs in dogs.

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What are the signs of asthma in cats?

What are the signs of asthma in cats?

Does your cat experience bouts of breathing difficulties? If so, your feline friend may be suffering from asthma! A trip to the vet is essential if your cat is experiencing any of the most common signs of asthma in cats, here's what to look for. 

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Symptoms of Asthma in Dogs

Symptoms of Asthma in Dogs

Asthma in dogs is an allergic condition often triggered by inhaling allergens or irritants. In today's post our Orange County emergency vets share some of the most common signs and symptoms of asthma in dogs, and how this condition can be treated.

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Can cats get pneumonia?

Can cats get pneumonia?

Pneumonia is an inflammation of the lungs and airways that can occur in cats for a number of reasons. In today's blog our Orange County emergency and specialty vets explain some of the causes of pneumonia in cats, as well as the symptoms to watch for, and available treatments.

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Signs of Pneumonia in Dogs

Signs of Pneumonia in Dogs

Dogs, like people can be stricken with pneumonia. In fact, pneumonia can be a very serious health threat for dogs, but treatment is available and most dogs recover well. Today our Orange County vets explain some of the signs of pneumonia in dogs, and how this condition is treated. 

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