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San Luis Obispo

Puppies in a Pandemic

By Natalie Borgardt    For many people, the unexpected time at home has been a good time for a new puppy! We all want dogs to grow up and be comfortable, welcomed, and confident among society. Early socialization teaches the appropriate social skills, rational thinking in new situations, and builds a strong foundation for lifelong learning. [...]

By | April 24th, 2020|Human-Animal Bond|0 Comments

Helping the Pets & People of 40 Prado

Join us in bringing a happier holiday season to local homeless pets and the people who love them. 40 Prado Homeless Services Center is a 365 days per year facility that helps individuals and families improve their health and stability and move them towards self-sufficiency. Every day between 90-100 people are provided with assistance, many [...]

By | December 1st, 2019|Community Service|0 Comments

Top 5 Things For Pet Owners To-do Before the Holidays.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Whether traveling during the holidays or having friends and family visiting the beautiful central coast, here are some tips to ensure it’s a happy and safe time for your pets. Stop by the clinic for our annual ornament sale and new this year the 12 Days of [...]

By | November 23rd, 2019|Human-Animal Bond, Pet Health Care, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Summer in Thailand

by Tania Senter     This summer I had the amazing opportunity to work with a study abroad program called Loop Abroad to organize a group of Cal Poly students and attend a veterinary service trip in Thailand. I had previously traveled to Thailand on a veterinary service trip in high school and it was the most incredible [...]

By | October 7th, 2019|Staff Adventures|0 Comments

AAHA Accreditation Day

Here at Animal Care Clinic we recently celebrated 25 years of the highest level of veterinary excellence, accreditation by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Accreditation requires a rigorous review of the hospital’s practice protocols, medical equipment, facility and client service. Unlike human hospitals, animal hospitals are not required to be accredited. Accredited hospitals are [...]

By | July 21st, 2019|Pet Health Care|0 Comments

“Pistol” The Traveling Cat -or- The Unexpected Hitchhiker and Why Your Pets Should be Micro-chipped

by Natalie Borgardt   You read the warnings every year - bang the hood of your car in cold months to protect cats and other small animals who may be seeking warmth from the engine or shelter inside wheel wells. This is prudent advice, even here on California’s Central Coast. A good Samaritan found a cat [...]

By | October 19th, 2018|Case Studies|0 Comments

FDA Announcement Regarding Flea/Tick Products

by Bonnie Markoff   Several news agencies are reporting that the FDA has put out warnings about certain tick control products.  Please be advised that this is not new information and is nothing to worry about.  The flea and tick control products called Bravecto, Nexgard, Credelio and Simparica have been associated with a very low rate [...]

By | September 21st, 2018|Pet Health Care|0 Comments

“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

Make July 4th stress free for your pets!

by Natalie Borgardt   Fireworks are a regular part of festive celebrations throughout San Luis Obispo County. However they can cause great distress for many dogs. The loud, unpredictable noises and bright lights can feel threatening and pets can react as if their very life hangs in the balance. Thankfully there are ways to help your [...]

By | June 29th, 2018|Pet Health Care|0 Comments

The Road to Veterinary School

Clients often ask about our students and their plans to become veterinarians. Michael was kind enough to share his journey. We wish him the very best and know he'll become a wonderful, kind, and caring veterinarian! by Michael Micheal      Growing up in Egypt, I was encouraged to follow in the footsteps of other [...]

By | June 1st, 2018|Staff Adventures|0 Comments