• Life Stage Diets for Pets – Expert Suggestions From the Best Vet in Simi Valley

    Posted on November 19, 2019 by Doctor Ron
    When strolling the pet food aisles, the choices can be overwhelming. There are many different selections available. You can choose food for puppies or kittens, seniors, active pets, and overweight pets. So when choosing the best food for your furry friend, take into consideration their specific nutritional needs. Cats and dogs have different nutritional requirements. The age and breed of your pet are also factors. As pets age from adolescence to adults to seniors, their nutritional requirements change right along with them. The different stages of their lives need different… Read More
  • How to Treat Anxiety in Your Dog

    Posted on November 2, 2019 by Doctor Ron
    Most people today know that people can be and are regularly are diagnosed with anxiety disorders. We have special doctors for them because we understand how debilitating illnesses like anxiety can be. However, very few people know that animals can be affected by chronic anxiety as well. Dogs, in particular, are frequent sufferers of anxiety disorders. It impacts their life just as much as it does with a human, but the difference is that they can’t clearly communicate that with their owners. If you are a dog owner, you may… Read More
  • What Does Your Dog’s Sleeping Positions Reveal?

    Posted on October 16, 2019 by Doctor Ron
    There’s nothing sweeter than seeing your dog curl up and take a nap. Their beautiful eyes are rested, their breathing is heavy and slow, and they’re calm and relaxed. This makes for cute photo opportunities and even moments to get things done around the home. Much like humans, body language can tell us a lot about how our dogs are feeling at the moment. This is also evident in how they sleep. If you have ever wondered what your dog’s sleeping patterns are saying about them, this article is perfect… Read More
  • Accommodating Pets in the Workplace: Things to Consider

    Posted on October 10, 2019 by Doctor Ron
    We can all agree that animals bring many of us joy and contentment, and can help us lead happier, more productive lives. Pets often help us get more exercise, obtain a sense of responsibility and humanity, and a general care for others’ well-being. Studies have shown that pet owners not only often live longer, but find more joy in their daily lives. With all of this knowledge about how wonderful pets can be for our mental and physical health, one may wonder – why aren’t pets allowed to partake in… Read More
  • Ways To Boost Confidence In Timid Dogs

    Posted on September 29, 2019 by Doctor Ron
    One of the biggest reasons why dogs are such great pets is the range of personalities and temperaments they can express. With kooky characters, zany balls of energy, and cool cucumbers, there truly is a dog to perfectly match your own personality and lifestyle. Timidness in dogs can also be common, particularly rescue pets. It isn’t necessarily a bad thing, just as shyness isn’t a bad trait in humans. However, when it starts to limit a dog’s experience of the world or cause excessive stress or fear, it is best… Read More
  • Things to Know About Heartworm Disease in Dogs from Experts in Simi Valley

    Posted on September 12, 2019 by Doctor Ron
    Dogs are the most beloved pet for many people, and for good reason. They are renowned for being man’s best friend through thousands of years of breeding and human contact. We only want the best for our dogs, and when they become sick or wounded, we go to great lengths to ensure that they get the treatment they deserve. If you are lucky enough to be a dog owner, there is one disease that you should become more familiar with in the unfortunate event that your pet becomes afflicted with… Read More
  • Is Your Dog Licking Your Face a Problem? Learn From the Best in Simi Valley

    Posted on August 26, 2019 by Doctor Ron
    If you are a dog parent, you know how satisfying it is to receive a big kiss from your fur baby, especially when you have had a long, stressful day at work. Their excitement and attention just covers over you and makes you fall in love with them all over again. However, as beautiful as this love is, sometimes it is hard to determine if this form of affection is sanitary. Think about it: your dog uses its tongue to clean its paws and body. There’s an old saying, “A… Read More
  • Tips to Make Your Puppy Gain Weight

    Posted on August 13, 2019 by Doctor Ron
    When we first bring a puppy home, we want to shower them with love and affection. While giving our puppies praise and love is certainly an important part of meeting their basic needs so that they can grow and develop, the most important way to help your puppy grow is by ensuring that they are healthy and well fed. Knowing what, when, or how to feed your new puppy can be confusing and stressful – especially if you’re encountering difficulty helping them to gain weight. There are a number of… Read More
  • Important Winter Safety Tips for Pets

    Posted on August 13, 2019 by Doctor Ron
    Around wintertime, the harsh weather conditions can propose challenges for people just trying to live their everyday lives. Scraping the ice off of your windshield, shoveling snow to clear a path, or simply warming your hands to allow the blood flow to return are some of the basics for surviving freezing temperatures. However, few of us stop and think about how the cold-weather conditions may be affecting our furry friends. Some people think, because they have a “fur coat”, that they’re in the clear, but that couldn’t be farther from… Read More
  • What Does Your Dog’s Sleeping Position Indicate About Them?

    Posted on August 9, 2019 by Doctor Ron
    Dogs have evolved and adapted to understand human behavior; they are experts on human movement, facial expressions, and tone of voice, and they can even pick up on our emotions. While dogs know a ton about us, we are still learning about our furry canine friends. One thing we do know, is that observing and examining our pet’s behavior is a great key to help us learn more about them. The way your dog eats, plays, and even sleeps can tell us a lot. Animal experts have discovered that dogs’… Read More