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“Stevie Nicks” a Laser Therapy Case Study

by Stephanie Ruggerone   Meet Stevie Nicks, an energetic German Shepherd puppy recently acquired by one of our clients from East Los Angeles German Shepherd Rescue. Stevie was hit by a car and sustained a fractured pelvis and femoral head on her right hind leg. This unfortunate injury lead her to the rescue group and ultimately a [...]

By | July 23rd, 2018|Case Studies, Pet Health Care|0 Comments

Our Blind Pets

Written By Allie Bisson, DVM It can be heart-wrenching news to learn that your best friend is going blind.   There are just so many questions---How will he get around?  Will he still be able to go for hikes?  Can he be off leash?  Will he constantly be running into walls and tripping on objects?  It’s [...]

By | April 17th, 2013|Pet Health Care|0 Comments

Pet Joint Care

Osteoarthritis and degenerative joint disease are very common in pet dogs and cats of all ages. Your pet should have the ability to run, play, and move about freely and without aches and pains. The staff of Animal Care Clinic can help provide your pet with years of comfort!

By | June 13th, 2010|Pet Health Care, Videos|0 Comments

Animal Care Tips – Diagnosis Required

Yesterday, I cleaned the teeth of one of my favorite patients. Miss Kitty came in for a routine physical exam a few years ago and her owners were expecting a clean bill of health. Instead I found a mass in her abdomen. We noted she had lost some weight over the past year and the [...]

By | December 15th, 2007|Pet Health Care|0 Comments

Animal Care Tips – Christmas Presents

Many people will want to give pets as gifts this Christmas - others will want to give gifts to pets! If you are considering a live animal as a present, please be 100% sure that the recipient will want this gift and will be willing and able to care for it for up to 20 [...]

By | December 1st, 2007|Human-Animal Bond, Pet Health Care|0 Comments

Animal Care Tips – Flea & Tick Control

As we enter into the cooler months, many pet owners think they can be less vigilant with external parasite control, but this is not true. Ticks on the Central Coast are more active in the winter. Ticks will come from the grass/brush and attach to the less densely haired areas of dogs, cats and people. [...]

By | November 25th, 2007|Pet Health Care|0 Comments

Animal Care Tips – Flea & Tick Control

As we enter into the cooler months, many pet owners think they can be less vigilant with external parasite control, but this is not true. Ticks on the Central Coast are more active in the winter. Ticks will come from the grass/brush and attach to the less densely haired areas of dogs, cats and people. [...]

By | November 25th, 2007|Pet Health Care|0 Comments

Animal Care Tips – The Importance of Follow-Through

About 2 months ago I saw a wonderful little dog who was just not feeling right. He was moving a little slowly and not eating as vigorously as usual. We found a fever, increased respiratory rate and a worsened heart murmur. Chest x-rays revealed a little area of abnormal lung tissue and blood work showed [...]

By | November 18th, 2007|Pet Health Care|0 Comments

Animal Care Tips – Big Isn ™t Bad

Krieger wasn ™t feeling well last May. His appetite was off and he was a little slow, but nothing more specific than that. Examination and full labwork were both normal. He never really got back to his usual self, but he seemed to be doing okay. Since Krieger is a long-haired German Shepherd, his owners [...]

By | November 11th, 2007|Pet Health Care|0 Comments

Animal Care Tips – Big Isn't Bad

Krieger wasn't feeling well last May. His appetite was off and he was a little slow, but nothing more specific than that. Examination and full labwork were both normal. He never really got back to his usual self, but he seemed to be doing okay. Since Krieger is a long-haired German Shepherd, his owners didn't [...]

By | November 11th, 2007|Pet Health Care|0 Comments