It can be tempting to skip vaccinations for your indoor cat. However, our Los Angeles vets still recommend keeping your indoor cat's shots up to date, even if they never go outside. Today, they explain why.
Excessive scratching, itching, or licking are signs your dog might have irritated skin or dermatitis. Today our Los Angeles vets discuss common skin irritants and how you can help your pooch feel better.
Bringing your pet in for regular wellness exams with our Los Angeles veterinarians plays a key role in maintaining their long-term health. Get the most out of your visit by asking your vet these important questions about your furry companion's health and well-being.
It's easy to write off an overweight cat as "extra fluffy," but carrying even a few extra ounces can have a detrimental effect on your cat's long-term health. Today, our Los Angeles vets explain how to tell if your cat is overweight and what steps to take to help them get back on track.
Heartworm disease is a serious condition that may result in damage to their internal organs, including heart failure and severe lung disease in Los Angeles dogs, cats and ferrets. Here, our Ambassador Dog & Cat Hospital team explains why prevention is key.
Ticks are capable of spreading a number of serious diseases and, therefore, are dangerous to both people and pets in the Los Angeles area. Here, our vets explain how these external parasites survive and thrive, what signs to beware of and how to keep them away from your pets and family.