Valley fever infects people, dogs, cats, and livestock across the Southwestern states. Today, our veterinarians in Los Angeles County discuss the causes, signs, and treatment of Valley Fever in pets.
Did you ever feel that your cat's ears are warmer than usual? Although it is common for a cat's ears to feel warm, it can also indicate an underlying health problem. Today, our Los Angeles County veterinarians will explain some of the reasons why your cat's ears may be warm.
While most of us have heard that chocolate is bad for dogs, we don't usually hear much about it when it comes to our feline friends. So is chocolate bad for cats? Today, our Los Angeles County vets discuss chocolate toxicity in cats, the serious symptoms that can occur when if cat eats chocolate, and what you can do to prevent it.
If you've recently welcomed a new kitten into your home, you might be curious about how to monitor their age and development throughout their vital first year of life. Today, our Los Angeles County vets share some information about how to tell how old a kitten is, and advice about how to care for your new feline friend.
Cats are typically considered solitary animals, but they are social creatures that benefit from forming close connections with other animals. Our Los Angeles County vets explore the reasons for acquiring an additional cat, guidelines for introducing your cats, and essential steps to take prior to bringing a new cat into your home.
As your dog gets older, there are important factors to consider for your senior furry friend's health and happiness. Our Los Angeles County vets explain senior dogs, their needs, and what you can do to help your canine companion throughout their golden years.
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Animal Hospital of Redondo Beach is accepting new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of Los Angeles County companion animals. Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.