Are you wondering why your vet has recommended a CT scan for your dog, and how much it will cost? Today our Orange County specialist vets answer your questions about this beneficial diagnostic tool.
Tips, Advice & Information on Caring for Your Pets
Our Orange County veterinarians share information to help you ensure your pets stay happy and healthy.
While panting is normal for dogs, excessive panting at night can be cause for concern. Excessive nighttime panting can be an indication of an underlying health issue. Today, our Orange County vets discuss reasons for nighttime panting and when to head to the vet.
Diagnostic imaging is an exceptional tool used by our Orange County vets to help us pinpoint the cause, extent, or seriousness of your pet's illness or injury. Depending on your pet's condition, the type of diagnostic imaging used will vary. Below are a few of the tests that your vet may recommend to help diagnose or treat your dog or cat.
Not every cut or graze your dog gets requires veterinary care, but you do need to know how to care for your dog's wounds, and when you should head to the vet. Here our Orange County emergency vets provide tips on how to care for your dog's wounds at home.
Hydration is essential for cats and people alike. So what should you do if your cat won't drink water? Below, our Orange County vets and team share a few reasons why your cat may not be drinking and what you can do to encourage your cat to drink.
Ehrlichiosis is a serious tick-borne disease in dogs seen across North America, but most commonly in the Southeastern and Southwestern regions of the US. At Veterinary Medical And Surgical Group–OC (VMSG-OC) our veterinary specialists are able to diagnose and provide treatment for all phases of Ehrlichiosis. Learn more about this serious threat to your dog's health here.