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  • Best Veterinary Hospital in Simi Valley to Treat Concussions in Dogs

    Posted on June 21, 2020 by Doctor Ron
    If your dog is the victim of blunt force head trauma or any type of attack, it’s imperative to bring your beloved pet to a veterinarian as quickly as possible to assess for internal damage. One of the often-undervalued diagnoses to come out of head trauma is a concussion. Ouch! Common Ways Your Dog Can Get a Concussion Concussions are typically the result of blunt force trauma, which can occur from any smack in the head if it’s hard enough. Potential causes of concussion include: car accidents falls running into… Read More
  • Signs of Bloating in Dogs & Ways to Prevent It

    Posted on June 7, 2020 by Doctor Ron
    As the saying goes, a dog is a human’s best friend. We know how much your dog means to you, and knowing how to recognize, prevent, and treat health problems will help keep them at their happiest and healthiest. Bloating is an issue that affects many dogs. It can cause them serious health problems that can be fatal if left untreated. The potential severity of bloating means that knowing how to identify and treat bloating is essential to caring for your pet. There are several steps you can take as… Read More
  • Best Food For Dogs With Sensitive Stomachs From Experienced Vets in Simi Valley

    Posted on May 22, 2020 by Doctor Ron
    At Dr. Ron’s Animal Hospital and Emergency, we care about your pets just as much as you do. We know that some dogs have sensitive stomachs, and that it means they need special care from both their pet owners and vets. Knowing the best kind of food to feed dogs with sensitive stomachs as well as having the support and knowledge of a team of experts behind you can help ensure your dog stays healthy and happy. Just like humans, dogs can suffer from sensitive stomachs for a variety of… Read More
  • Ways to Successfully Treat Frostbite in Dogs

    Posted on May 6, 2020 by Doctor Ron
    Whether the sun is shining or the snow is falling, our dogs usually tend to love to spend time outside. As the weather turns cold and winter sets it, it’s important to always be on the lookout for symptoms of frostbite on your pets. Even dogs with thicker fur are susceptible to the effects of frostbite in very low temperatures. While frostbite isn’t normally fatal in and of itself, if left untreated, it can lead to hypothermia, which can be deadly. In this article, we will discuss frostbite and what… Read More
  • Reasons Behind Swollen Paws in Dogs

    Posted on April 20, 2020 by Doctor Ron
    As proud dog owners, we love our furry pooches and want nothing more than for them to be their happy, healthy selves. For many of us, the best part of our day is coming home to one or more overjoyed pets dancing and prancing around our feet, greeting us after a long day at the office. But when our four-legged friends are experiencing painful issues with their paws, they may be unable to come to jump up and tell us “hello.” Swollen paws are one of the most common health… Read More