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Growing Pains

By Jennifer Evans, DVM   Large and giant breed dogs can have 'growing pains' in their leg bones when they are pups which can lead to pain and limping.  The syndrome is called panosteitis and typically starts young when they are growing and stops when they are full grown. Occasionally it can last until 2 years [...]

By | April 4th, 2017|Case Studies, Pet Health Care|0 Comments

Photos of “Ellie’s” Insides!

by Bonnie Markoff, DVM We are so excited at Animal Care Clinic to be able to offer the Central Coast an amazing new technology:  we can take photos inside your dog’s stomach and intestines with a small camera that is swallowed! Meet "Ellie," the first patient our Veterinarians recommended to use the Alicam camera.  "Ellie" [...]

By | March 11th, 2017|Case Studies, Pet Health Care, Videos|0 Comments

Why does my pet need a yearly exam?

by Marissa Greenberg, DVM Even though your pet may seem healthy to you, our veterinarians recommend yearly exams for all of our patients. A yearly exam consists of examining all of your pet and his or her body systems. It also includes talking to you about your family and your pet’s lifestyle, exercise, food and water consumption, [...]

By | January 31st, 2017|Pet Health Care|0 Comments

Start puppies early!

by Stephanie Ruggerone The Veterinarians and staff at Animal Care Clinic have seen many new bundles of joy recently for puppy wellness exams over the past few weeks. What better way to ring in a Central Coast New Year than the antics of a puppy! It doesn't matter what breed or "mix," they' re all ADORABLE... [...]

By | December 20th, 2016|Human-Animal Bond, Pet Health Care|0 Comments

“Layla” The One-Eyed Wonder Dog

By: Marissa Greenberg, DVM In my 10+ year career, I’ve had a lot of patients that hold a special place in my heart-either due to their endearing personalities, amazing owners, braveness through illness, or inspiring perseverance to defy all odds. But none could come close to the topping the list and embracing all of these [...]

By | December 6th, 2016|Case Studies, Human-Animal Bond, Pet Health Care|0 Comments

Leptospirosis

by Marissa Greenberg, DVM As I took this picture of my own dog, Eli, drinking from the water trough, I at first thought “isn’t he cute!” But on second thought, my veterinarian brain kicked in and I thought “Oh no, this could be dangerous to his health!”   Leptospirosis is a bacteria that lives in [...]

By | October 16th, 2016|Pet Health Care|0 Comments