Should I Get My Indoor Cat Vaccinated? Why & When To Do It

Should I Get My Indoor Cat Vaccinated? Why & When To Do It

It may be tempting to skip vaccinations for your indoor cat, but cat and kitten vaccines are just as important for our indoor cats as they are for cats who roam free. Today, our Los Angeles veterinarians explain why vaccines are required for indoor cats.

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Chances of a Vaccinated Dog Getting Rabies

Chances of a Vaccinated Dog Getting Rabies

While the likelihood of a vaccinated dog contracting rabies is extremely low, vaccination does not provide complete protection. Today, Washington Dog and Cat Hospital veterinarians discuss rabies and what you should do if you suspect your dog has been exposed.

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Help! My Dog Doesn't Want to Eat

Help! My Dog Doesn't Want to Eat

Today, our Los Angeles veterinarians discuss some common reasons why your dog might skip a meal, what to do if your dog isn't eating, and the signs that your dog may be in danger.

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Inner Ear Infection in Cats

Inner Ear Infection in Cats

Veterinary care is required for ear infections in cats, which are rare. Here are some causes, symptoms, and treatments for ear infections in cats from our Los Angeles veterinarians.

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Preventing Heartworm Disease in Pets

Preventing Heartworm Disease in Pets

Heartworm disease is a severe condition commonly found in dogs, ferrets, and cats. It can lead to a range of serious potentially deadly conditions such as severe lung disease, heart failure, and damage to other organs in a pet's body. In this blog, our Los Angeles vets shed light on this serious disease and explain the importance of prevention.

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How do I know if my pet has Lyme disease?

How do I know if my pet has Lyme disease?

Today our Los Angeles vets discuss Lyme disease, which is usually spread by tick bites. Our team goes into detail about the common symptoms of this disease as well as the available treatment options.

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Why should I bring my pet in for a fecal exam?

Why should I bring my pet in for a fecal exam?

Annual veterinary fecal exams are the best way to protect your pets and family from intestinal parasites. Here, our Los Angeles vets discuss the importance of your pet's yearly fecal exams and how they can prevent the spread of intestinal parasites.

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How can I tell if my cat or dog has fleas?

How can I tell if my cat or dog has fleas?

Out of all of the external parasites that can affect your pet's health fleas are the most common. If you don't have your pet's fleas treated early they can cause infections and serious diseases. Here, our vets in Los Angeles discuss the signs of fleas and how you can treat or prevent them.

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Protecting Your Pet (And Family) From Ticks

Protecting Your Pet (And Family) From Ticks

Ticks are a really big problem for our Los Angeles pets, they are known to spread a number of serious diseases that are dangerous to both pets and their owners. Here our vets discuss how these external parasites thrive, signs to be aware of, and how to keep ticks from compromising your pet and family's health.

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What qualifications should I look for in a vet?

What qualifications should I look for in a vet?

You adore your pet and need to be sure beyond any doubt that you're choosing a vet with the right qualification to provide your companion the care they deserve. But what qualifications should you be looking for?

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