Office hours: Please note ours may vary on a day-to-day basis. Monday/Wednesday/Friday 8a-10p (Last Appointment 9pm) – Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday 8a-4p (Last Appointment 3pm) – Lunch 12p-1pm (Office closed)

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  • Tips for Adopting a Senior Dog from Expert Veterinarians in Simi Valley

    Posted on October 25, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    Adopting a senior dog can be a rewarding experience for both the dog and the adopter, and there are a few things to keep in mind to make the adoption smooth and enjoyable. Not only will you be providing a loving home for a senior animal who still needs love and care, but you’ll also get to enjoy all the companionship and fun that comes with owning a dog. You’ll be the hero for a senior pup in need of a loving home. Dogs make great companions, and they’re also… Read More
  • The Solution to Your Cat’s Eye Problems in Simi Valley

    Posted on October 8, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    The eye of every living thing is one of the most important yet delicate parts of that organism. This is why care should be taken to avoid issues that might lead to blindness. The eyes of a cat are one of its distinct features. It is normally clear and bright with captivating colors of brown, blue, or green.  However, sometimes you may notice a discharge or cloudiness; this could be a sign that something is wrong. Below are some of the most common problems that could occur in your cat’s… Read More
  • Prevent Canine Parasites with a Vet in Simi Valley

    Posted on September 21, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    Canine parasites are a common problem for many dog owners. These unwanted critters can cause a range of health problems for your pooch, from minor skin irritation to serious gastrointestinal issues. The most common types of canine parasites include fleas, ticks, and intestinal worms. While there are many products on the market designed to help prevent or treat these pests, it’s important to be aware of the risks they pose to your dog’s health. Fleas, for example, can transmit diseases like typhus and tapeworms, while ticks can carry Lyme disease.… Read More
  • How To Help Your Dog During Toxicity

    Posted on September 4, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    Dogs, like toddlers, are very inquisitive beings. They love to touch and play with everything they see. But unlike toddlers who have hands to hold whatever catches their fancy, dogs hold whatever the object of their interest is in their mouth, and this can pose a serious problem if the object is a toxic substance. Toxic substances are substances that are hazardous and can be fatal if intentionally or mistakenly inhaled, ingested, or comes in contact with the skin. These substances are both inside and outside of your home, which… Read More
  • An Introduction To Feline Leukemia Virus

    Posted on August 18, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    Cats are popular pets all over the world, and their popularity is largely due to their independent nature. However, this independence does not mean that cats do not need care and attention from their owners. In fact, it is just as important to take care of your cat’s health as it is for any other pet. Cats can suffer from a variety of health problems, some of which can be life-threatening if not treated promptly. For example, cat’s can develop feline leukemia which needs treatment by a veterinarian. Cats are… Read More