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  • How to Get Virtual Veterinary Care for Your Cat in Simi Valley

    Posted on May 14, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    The housecat cat is a species of small carnivorous mammals and are believed to be the only mammals who don’t taste sweetness. Compared to dogs, cats are low-maintenance pets. They don’t require formal training, and they are able to take care of basic self-cleaning. Cats also don’t need to be taken out multiple times a day for bathroom breaks. Cat lovers can be fanatical about their love of felines in all shapes, colors, and sizes. They want to ensure their beloved cat is healthy for life! Veterinarians can often spot… Read More
  • Common Symptoms of Canine Arthritis

    Posted on April 27, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    Did you know, as with human beings, your dog too can suffer from arthritis? Arthritis affects one in five dogs in the U.S. and is one of the common causes of chronic pain in dogs. The condition usually displays itself in older dogs, however, other factors also play a part. As with the human condition, arthritis is the inflammation of the joints. The cartilage within a joint deteriorates and loses fluid, making it less smooth and causing the bones in the joint to rub together. This rubbing can be uncomfortable… Read More
  • Ask a Vet to Take Care of Your Pets in Winter in Simi Valley

    Posted on April 10, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    As winter rages on, it is good to think about adding a couple of layers of warm clothes to protect yourself against the bitter weather. Sometimes, we tend to forget about the comfort of our dog or cat. The fact is that weather conditions affect your pet just as much as it affects you. Therefore, you must prepare to offer the best care for your pet according to each changing season. Caring for your pet in winter can be more involved than any season of the year. We have outlined… Read More
  • What are Some Foods that Causes Food Poisoning in Your Pet Dog?

    Posted on March 24, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    Food poisoning is more common than is generally suspected in both dogs and people. Often, gastrointestinal upset and illness are attributed to a virus or some other cause other than what is actually to blame. Bacterial causes of food poisoning, like Staphylococcus, have a short incubation period between ingestion and illness. Foods usually associated with bacterial food poisoning include milk and products made with dairy, such as potato and chicken salads, cream-filled bakery products, sausages, and gravy. Causes of Food Poisoning in Dogs We need to be cognizant of what… Read More
  • Steps to Take for Instant Pain Relief in Your Pet Dog

    Posted on March 7, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    As a pet owner, your dog’s health should be one of your major concerns. Dogs can sometimes experience joint pains or inflammation, triggering erratic behavior, lethargy, and irritability. Pains and discomfort can also occur as your dog ages. Dogs don’t have a way to verbally tell us what hurts, so it’s important to understand nonverbal cues that indicate your dog is in need of help. We’ve highlighted the most common signs of pain in your dog and the various medications you can use to ease their pain. Common Signs Your… Read More