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Heatstroke in Dogs: Signs & What to Do

Heatstroke in Dogs: Signs & What to Do

Although the hotter months can mean fun in the sun, it's important to know the signs of heatstroke in your beloved canine companion. Today, our Los Angeles vets share the signs of this potentially dangerous condition, and what to do if your dog has heatstroke.

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My Cat Keeps Vomiting! Is It Serious?

My Cat Keeps Vomiting! Is It Serious?

All cats vomit now and then, but repeated or severe vomiting isn't normal and could indicate that your cat is suffering from something more serious than an upset tummy. Our Los Angeles vets share some advice on when your cat's vomiting could be something serious.

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Cat Wounds

Cat Wounds

Cats are adventurous, curious creatures who love to explore their environment. Sometimes on their adventures, they can have mishaps or injuries that cause them wounds. Today, our Los Angeles vets discuss common reasons for cat wounds, how you can help treat them, and when to take your beloved kitty to the vet.

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Labored Breathing in Cats & Dogs

Labored Breathing in Cats & Dogs

Labored breathing in dogs and cats occurs when your pet is unable to breathe properly due to an underlying medical condition or illness. Here, our Los Angeles vets share the symptoms of labored breathing in cats and dogs.

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How To Prepare For A Pet Emergency

How To Prepare For A Pet Emergency

Veterinary emergencies can happen at any time and the best thing you can do for your cat or dog in an emergency situation is to be prepared. Our Los Angeles vets are here to explain what situations require emergency care, what to do, and steps you can take to prepare for emergencies. 

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Does my dog need a rabies vaccine every year?

Does my dog need a rabies vaccine every year?

Rabies is a serious and fatal disease. Having your pet vaccinated against rabies is the best way to protect them and your family. Today our Los Angeles vets explain more about this essential vaccine. 

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Can a dog have a reaction to the Bordetella vaccine?

Can a dog have a reaction to the Bordetella vaccine?

If your dog spends time with other pups, such as in a kenne or at the groomer, your vet will most likely recommend the Bordetella vaccine. While the Bordetella vaccination for dogs is considered safe, some mild side effects can be expected. Today, our Los Angeles vets explain...

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Parvovirus in Dogs & Puppies

Parvovirus in Dogs & Puppies

Parvovirus is a dangerous, highly contagious virus that can be spread to your pup through contact with an infected dog or contaminated items such as food bowls or toys. In this post, our Los Angeles vets share the information you need to know about parvovirus in dogs. 

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Can a vaccinated dog get rabies?

Can a vaccinated dog get rabies?

While the chances of a vaccinated dog contracting rabies are low, a rabies vaccination does not guarantee 100% protection. Today, the vets from Ambassador Dog & Cat Hospital discuss rabies and what to do if you suspect your dog might have been exposed. 

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Should I get my indoor cat vaccinated?

Should I get my indoor cat vaccinated?

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. 

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