Humans are not the only ones who can suffer from asthma. It is a condition that can also afflict cats. Feline asthma is similar to human asthma, in that it is a chronic inflammation of the airways ...View Article
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Los Angeles veterinarians, Dr. Jeffrey Marks, Dr. Angie Wong, Dr. Lisa Barron, Dr. William Husky and Dr. Joe Khodari at the Washington Dog and Cat Hospital are some of the best veterinarians in the Los Angeles area and are committed to your pet's health and well being. Washington Dog and Cat Hospital excels in pet care and the science of veterinary medicine.
The Washington Dog and Cat Hospital with Dr. Jeffrey Marks and the staff have provided Los Angeles patients compassionate quality veterinary care and pet services since 1962, making us the animal hospital of choice for pet owners in and around the Downtown and Mid City Los Angeles community. We know you'll find our staff welcoming and knowledgeable. Washington Dog and Cat Hospital is a neighborhood hospital, a place you can go for consistency of care.
Washington Dog and Cat Hospital is a full service animal hospital offering the Los Angeles community emergency vet care as well as medical, surgical, and dental services. We are proud to offer state-of-the-art services, including in-house lab equipment and ultrasound. We also have an in-house pharmacy with access to specialists, making our veterinary facility a one stop shop for your pet's health and medical needs.
Our Downtown and Mid City Los Angeles veterinary office is very easy to get to, and you can find directions on our Contact Us page. You can also view our blog which is created especially for our clients.
At Washington Dog and Cat Hospital, your pets are our family!
Dr. Jeffrey Marks
Los Angeles Veterinarian | Washington Dog and Cat Hospital | 323-735-0291
1692 West Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90007
Dogs occasionally develop a red eye. The redness may be in the white of the eye, in the clear part of the eye called the cornea, or within the eyeball. There are many causes of a red eye, but all ...View Article
A fat cat may appear happy and provide visitors with a source of amusement, but feline obesity is certainly no laughing matter. Cats who carry excess weight have a heightened risk for diabetes, ca ...View Article
There are three types of pet food recalls that can be issued. Recalls can be conducted by a company or brand, by request from the regulatory agencies, or by order from the government agency. When ...View Article
If your dog has developed a tendency to pursue the same pointless activity -- sucking on his flanks, chasing his own tail, barking or snapping at thin air, et cetera -- he may be suffering from c ...View Article
Glaucoma is typically a disease affecting middle- age to older pets. The symptoms can be very insidious in that they may not be noticeable at first, but eventually you may see a red eye or a dila ...View Article