Common Dental Problems in Cats

Common Dental Problems in Cats

Dental problems in cats cause significant pain and lead to other health issues. Today, our Los Angeles veterinary team explains how to spot dental health problems in your cat, what the most common dental diseases are in cats, and how these issues can be prevented or treated.

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Hyperpigmentation in Dogs

Hyperpigmentation in Dogs

Are you noticing dark patches on your dog's skin? Your pup may have hyperpigmentation. In this post, our Los Angeles vets discuss hyperpigmentation in dogs, its symptoms and causes, diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. 

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10 Tips For Your Pet's Dental Health

10 Tips For Your Pet's Dental Health

Many Los Angeles cats and dogs don't receive the dental care they need for oral and overall health. Our vet team gives you 10 useful tips for helping your pet reach and maintain optimal dental health!

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Cat Skin Allergies

Cat Skin Allergies

Much like their canine cousins, cats can suffer from itchy, painful skin conditions caused by allergies. Here, our Los Angeles vets explain some causes of skin allergies in cats and how they can be treated. 

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Why is My Dog Losing Hair?

Why is My Dog Losing Hair?

There could be many reasons why your dog might experience hair loss. These reasons range from allergies and seasonal shedding to more severe reasons like alopecia. Today, our Los Angeles vets what causes patches of hair loss in dogs.

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Dog Skin Problems

Dog Skin Problems

Itching, scratching, and licking are signs your dog has a skin condition known as dermatitis. Find out what might be causing the skin problems and how you can help treat them.

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Newborn Kittens: When Do Baby Kittens Open Their Eyes and Start Walking?

Newborn Kittens: When Do Baby Kittens Open Their Eyes and Start Walking?

Cats are the second most popular pets in the US, and most pet parents start caring for them as kittens. Today, our Los Angeles vets give you some information about when newborn kittens open their eyes and other tips about their early development.

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Dogs Stung By Bees: What Do I Need To Do?

Dogs Stung By Bees: What Do I Need To Do?

If you think your dog has been stung by a bee on its paw or its body it is important to monitor them for an allergic reaction, which would require immediate veterinary care. In most cases, dogs should begin to feel better within a few hours after a bee sting, and you can focus on making them more comfortable.

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Fungal Infections in Cats - What They Are & How They Are Treated

Fungal Infections in Cats - What They Are & How They Are Treated

Fungal infections can have a serious impact on your cat's health and make you vulnerable to infection as well. Our Los Angeles veterinarians discuss some of the most common causes, symptoms, and treatments for fungal infection in cats today.

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Dog Allergic Dermatitis: What Can You Do About It?

Dog Allergic Dermatitis: What Can You Do About It?

We frequently see dogs with "hot spots" or allergic dermatitis (also known as atopic dermatitis) at Washington Dog and Cat Hospital. When dogs are exposed to an allergen, they frequently develop these skin conditions. In this post, our Los Angeles veterinarians discuss how to recognize and treat different types of allergic dermatitis in dogs.

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