Your vet has recommended bloodwork for your cat. But why does your cat need bloodwork? What can they tell you about your animal companion's health, and how often should bloodwork be done? Our team of Simi Valley veterinary professionals explain
Pet Care Advice & Tips
At Park Animal Hospital, we believe strongly in educating our clients so they can be the best possible pet owners. So today, our Simi Valley vets will discuss urinalysis for dogs and cats, as well as how to understand your pet's urinalysis results so you can make the best decisions regarding their medical care.
Bordetella bronchiseptica in cats is a bacterium that can cause an upper respiratory illness. It is mostly a concern in environments where cats are maintained in large groupings, such as rescue shelters and some breeding houses. Antibiotics may successfully cure infections, and an effective vaccination is available in many areas. Today, our Simi Valley vets discuss cat bordetella and what you can do to spot and stop it.
Our team of veterinarians in Simi Valley knows that repeating appointments to get your puppy vaccinated and have their boosters administered may seem pretty inconvenient, but following your dog's vaccination schedule is incredibly important. This goes doubly for young puppies who are getting their first vaccinations.
There has been an uptick in the number of cases of diabetes in pets. In today's post, the veterinarians here at Simi Valley discuss some of the most typical indications that a pet may be suffering from this condition, as well as the steps that you should take if you notice that your animal friend is showing signs of diabetes.
The dog's cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) is frequently referred to as the dog's ACL or 'cruciate'. This connective tissue joins the upper and lower leg bones at the dog's knee and may become injured. Today, our Simi Valley vets explain the three main ACL surgeries for dogs.