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How Your Pet Could Benefit From an Ultrasound

How Your Pet Could Benefit From an Ultrasound

You've just found out that your dog or cat needs an ultrasound. So, what exactly is an ultrasound and how can it help your pet? Our Orange County specialist vets explain how ultrasound scans are performed on pets in our in-house veterinary diagnostic lab.

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What Pet Parents Should Know About Valley Fever in Dogs

What Pet Parents Should Know About Valley Fever in Dogs

Our vets often see Valley fever in dogs that have spent time in the low desert regions of the southwestern US. While healthy adult dogs may experience no symptoms of this condition, puppies, senior dogs and dogs who are immune-compromised can develop severe, often painful symptoms. Learn more...

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Why is my cat not eating?

Why is my cat not eating?

Our Orange County vets know that cats can be notoriously finicky eaters, so if your cat is refusing to eat it can be difficult to figure out why. Here are a few of the most common reasons why your cat may not be eating, and what to do. 

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Renal Failure in Dogs - What Pet Parents Should Watch For

Renal Failure in Dogs - What Pet Parents Should Watch For

Renal failure in dogs is a serious condition requiring immediate veterinary care.  In today's post our Orange County vets explain the types of renal failure seen in dogs as well as the most common symptoms of renal disease and how it is treated. 

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IBD - Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Cats

IBD - Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Cats

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) can affect your cat’s digestion, appetite and quality of life. It can also be challenging to diagnose. Today our Orange County vets explain more about IBD in cats, including symptoms, causes, and treatments.

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What To Do About Bloody Diarrhea & Vomit in Dogs

What To Do About Bloody Diarrhea & Vomit in Dogs

Our Orange County vets understand that it can be alarming to see blood in your dog's stool or vomit. There are a number of reasons why bloody stool or vomit in dogs can occur. Today we share some of the causes and when to head to your vet's office.

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Tularemia in Dogs - Symptoms & Treatment

Tularemia in Dogs - Symptoms & Treatment

Tularemia (Rabbit Fever) is a bacterial disease that is generally mild in healthy dogs but can be deadly for immune-compromised pets. Our Orange County vets explain how your dog could contract Tularemia and what you should do if your pooch is showing symptoms of this condition.

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Symptoms of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in Dogs

Symptoms of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in Dogs

RMSF - Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever is an acute tick borne disease seen in dogs across the US with symptoms ranging in severity from mild to potentially life-threatening. Here our Orange County vets share some of the symptoms of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in dogs.

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Autoimmune Anemia in Dogs

Autoimmune Anemia in Dogs

If your dog is diagnosed with autoimmune anemia your vet will begin the process of diagnosing and treating the underlying illness that is causing your pup's condition. Autoimmune anemia is a sign that your dog is suffering from an underlying health condition that requires immediate attention.

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Help! My dog has been hit by a car!

Help! My dog has been hit by a car!

If your pup has been hit by a car you're bound to be upset and in a state of shock, but knowing what to do could give your dog their very best shot at a quick recovery. Here our Orange County emergency vets explain what you should do if your dog gets hit by a car.

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