Losing a pet can be a difficult and emotional experience, as pets are cherished members of our families. Our Torrance veterinarian offers advice on how to support someone who has lost a pet, including what to say and other ways to show your support.
Our veterinary team shares helpful advice and tips to help our patients in Torrance and Carson to keep their pet happy and healthy.Book An Appointment
Cat's are curious and active creatures, and most cats will hurt themselves at some point. So whether your cat is a homebody or an outdoor adventurer there are countless reasons why your cat may be limping. Today our Torrance vets look at why cats limp and what you should do if your cat is limping.
Our veterinarians in Torrance have provided information on potential side effects that dogs may experience after receiving the Bordetella vaccine. It is crucial to vaccinate your dog to ensure their health and well-being.
Hookworms cause gastrointestinal upset in otherwise healthy adult dogs but can be fatal for puppies. Today, the Torrance Companion Animal Hospital vets share facts about hookworms in dogs and how these problematic parasites can be treated or prevented.
Parasites are a constant danger to your dog that can range from an annoyance to life-threatening. In this post, the Torrance vets will go over some of the parasites that your dog is at risk of contracting and why it is so important to prevent the infection and practice parasite control.
Most dogs are given anesthesia when they are spayed or neutered, and the majority of them will require it at least once throughout their lives. Our dogs may require anesthesia as part of a surgery or procedure. Today, our Torrance vets discuss what you should know about anesthesia for dogs.
Diagnostic imaging is an exceptional tool used by our Torrance vets to help us pinpoint the cause, extent, or seriousness of your pet's illness or injury. Depending on your pet's condition, the type of diagnostic imaging used will vary. Below are a few of the tests that your vet may recommend to help diagnose or treat your dog or cat.