When a cat has diarrhea, it not only means that they are likely uncomfortable, but it also likely leaves you with a mess. Our Orange vets talk about diarrhea in cats, what could be causing it and when you should seek veterinary care for your feline friend.
If your dog regularly visits high-traffic areas and social settings such as the dog park or a boarding facility then you should have them vaccinated against serious illnesses such as Bordetella. Our Orange vets talk about Bordetella in dogs and the importance of having your dog vaccinated.
Even if your feline friend doesn't spend any time outdoors there is still a risk of them coming into contact with an animal that may be infected with any number of serious diseases. Our Orange vets talk about the importance of having your indoor cat vaccinated and what the schedule looks like for your kitten's shots.
Rabies is a very serious and life-threatening disease that can not only affect dogs but also be transmitted to humans and other pets and animals. Here, our Orange vets share some information about the rabies virus and how following a dog rabies vaccine schedule can help to protect your pup and your family.
What your dog eats has a direct impact on the health of their entire body including their skin. Today our Orange vets share some of the ways that nutrition can have an effect on the health of a dog's skin and the development of various skin conditions and concerns.
If you’re ready to add a furry companion to your family, the French Bulldog may be a great choice for you as they have a great temperament and typically live around 10 to 12 years. Our Orange vets share some information about the common issues affecting French Bulldogs and what you can do to help your 'Frenchie' live a long and healthy life.
You have finally taken the leap and added a new puppy to your family! While this is very exciting you must now think about bringing them in for their initial wellness exam. Here, our Orange vets share some valuable information about what to expect at your puppy's first vet visit and what you should bring.
During a routine exam, your veterinarian will check your pet regularly for symptoms of illness, internal health issues and other serious conditions that may need to be addressed. Here, our vets in Orange explain why regularly scheduled veterinary checkups are so important.