Routinely scheduled wellness exams help to keep your pet healthy by giving your vet the chance to examine your companion for early signs of disease as well as to monitor your cat or dog's overall health. Here, our Torrance vets share more about why routine exams are important and what you should be able to expect at your pet's annual veterinary checkup.
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Getting your cat spayed or neutered, also commonly called "fixed" can come with a wide range of benefits. Here, our Torrance vets explain when you should get your kitten or adult cat fixed as well as the benefits of spaying or neutering your cat.
After your pup undergoes surgery, you play a key role in helping their full and quick recovery. Diligent and attentive post-operative care is critical to helping your dog return to their daily routine as soon as possible. Here, our Torrance vets share some tips on how you can help your dog recovery after surgery.
FHO surgery can be a relatively inexpensive and effective surgical treatment option for cats who are suffering from hip problems. Our Torrance veterinary team is here to explain the anatomy of your pet's hips, what is involved in FHO surgery and your cat's recovery process.
IVDD, or intervertebral disc disease, is a very serious and painful condition affecting your dog's spine. If your pup has been diagnosed with IVDD which affects their ability to walk, surgery may be the best and only option for the treatment of their conditions, alleviating their pain and restoring their mobility. Here, our Torrance vets explain more.
FHO, or femoral head ostectomy, is a surgery used to treat hip problems in cats and dogs. It works to alleviate hip pain and increase mobility. Today, our Torrance vets discuss how this process works and what conditions may benefit from FHO surgery.
Spending a lot of time in the sun with your pup? Be sure to know the signs of heatstroke in dogs and what to do with you think your dog is experiencing heatstroke. Today, our vets at share the symptoms of this potentially fatal condition and tips for how to prevent heatstroke in your dog.
Unfortunately, veterinary emergencies caused by illness, accidents and injuries can happen at any time. But how do you know what you should take your cat or dog in to your vet for emergency care? Here, our Torrance veterinary team share some of the reasons you may want to bring your companion in for emergency care.
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