Fleas. Ticks. Roundworm, heartworm, and tapeworm. Our animals are a walking buffet to them, and once they’re on your dog or cat, it’s a short ride on the pet express to your home and family. Many of these parasites and the diseases they carry are zoonotic—meaning they can be transmitted to humans.
For many of us, “getting in shape” is number one on our New Year’s resolution list. If it’s on yours, you may already have a great workout partner: your dog!
We wanted to thank everyone who voted for us in this year’s “Best of Brentwood” annual readers’ poll. We were the winners of “Best Veterinarian,” and the credit goes to you, our wonderful clients!
Northern California is home to a dizzying and rich array of plants, including foxtails. On first inspection, these weeds might seem harmless, but they actually pose serious dangers to your pet’s health.
The Bay Area is famous for its temperate climate, but even here in chilled-out northern California, temperatures can climb to uncomfortable and even dangerous levels.
It’s a difficult but necessary topic to tackle – what can we do if our dogs or cats display aggressive behavior? Whether your pet gets aggressive around family, strangers, or other companion animals, it is a serious matter that must be addressed early and often to have a good outcome.
It’s an unfortunate fact of pet parenthood – dogs and cats get lost. They run away. Studies show that only 17% of lost dogs and 2% of cats ever make it back to their owners.