• Tips to Treat Dehydration in Dogs From the Expert Vet in Simi Valley

    Posted on December 6, 2019 by devdrronwpuser
    Loving, loyal, and goofy, there’s a lot of reasons why we love our dogs. Sometimes, our pooches simply don’t know what’s best for them. With boundless energy and hot weather, our pups can get quickly dehydrated. Pets may turn up their nose at water and end up in a dangerous predicament. No one wants your old faithful companion to have health troubles that can be easily prevented by avoiding dehydration. In this article, we’ll give you some expert tips for how you can treat dehydration in your dog, keeping them… Read More
  • How to Treat Anxiety in Your Dog

    Posted on November 2, 2019 by devdrronwpuser
    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 devdrronwpuser
    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
  • Ways To Boost Confidence In Timid Dogs

    Posted on September 29, 2019 by devdrronwpuser
    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
  • Myths About Tick Removal in Dogs

    Posted on August 13, 2019 by devdrronwpuser
    Some pets live indoors a majority of the time, and some pets live outdoors a majority of the time – though both have their benefits and drawbacks, it’s important to understand the effects that the outdoor world can have on our pups. Even the most sheltered and domestic pets occasionally brave the outer world, and it’s important to take preventive measures to ensure their safety and health. Our furry friends are like family to us, and it can be concerning when something goes on with their health. One of the… Read More
  • What Does Your Dog’s Sleeping Position Indicate About Them?

    Posted on August 9, 2019 by devdrronwpuser
    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
  • Tick-Borne Diseases in Dogs – What Your Simi Valley Vet Wants You to Know

    Posted on July 24, 2019 by devdrronwpuser
    Many pet owners believe that ticks only live in highly vegetated areas such as woods or bushy areas. However, it is a myth that ticks cannot dwell in grass or in a common backyard. This myth as well as others makes it difficult to protect pets from tick-borne illnesses. As a pet owner, it is important to make informed decisions about your pet’s health. Dogs are especially susceptible to ticks, as they love to scour areas where ticks typically live, and they just love to play outdoors. Therefore, it is… Read More
  • Medical Causes for Your Pet’s Weight Gain

    Posted on July 8, 2019 by devdrronwpuser
    Just like humans, weight gain is often a sign that something isn’t quite right with our health – whether that be biological health or our mental health. Medical causes of weight gain are common in both pets and humans and should be explored by a veterinarian as soon as signs of weight gain are apparent. Gradual changes in weight usually don’t suggest sudden medical problems have arisen; however, any time weight gain is noticed, all medical causes should be ruled-out first to ensure your pet’s ongoing health. In this article,… Read More
  • Why Simi Valley Residents’ Dogs Follow Them Everywhere

    Posted on June 4, 2019 by devdrronwpuser
    For generations upon generations, dogs have been close companions of the human species. They’ve helped our civilizations evolve into better functioning systems with their contributions in various settings, such as farming, agriculture, and even in battle and war. Dogs are exceptional at intuitively understanding human emotion, behavior, and language, which makes them some of the most important elements of our society still to this day. One of the byproducts of this companionship is that dogs bond to humans so much so that they wish to follow them routinely, or even… Read More
  • Reasons Behind Simi Valley Dogs’ Continuous Barking

    Posted on May 18, 2019 by devdrronwpuser
    Pet owners often look for pets for unconditional love, companionship, and to add some fun to the household. Dogs are great for all of those things, and they come with the added benefit of protecting your household as well (or at least pretending like they do!). Not all dogs bark persistently, and some dogs bark very rarely, if ever. But, barking can sometimes go one step past the occasional outburst and become persistent or continuous. There are many reasons why dogs bark, and it’s helpful to think of it as… Read More