Pain that is caused by teething will often lead to our adorable companions chewing on things that they really shouldn't. Here are a few tips and tricks from our Torrance vets on how to help your puppy find pain relief and how to get you both through this tough stage.
As a puppy ages and matures, their body and immune system become more adept at repelling invaders and managing commonly-encountered bacteria or irritants. In the early months of their life, however, puppies are susceptible to any number of serious or mild infections including puppy pyoderma. Here, our Torrance vets explain more.
When caring for a newborn kitten, there are lots of things you will need to know, especially if they don't have a mother. Here, our Torrance veterinary team shares how to care for a kitten without a mother, what can go wrong and a guide on when to bring them to their first veterinary appointment.
Your young dog's first visit to your veterinarian's office is incredibly important to help ensure their life-long health and well-being. Here, our Torrance vets explain the checklist of what checks and exams we conduct and what treatments we administer at your puppy's first vet visit.
You love your pet rabbit and know that bunnies need special care and attention at home and from veterinary professionals to stay healthy and happy. But how often should you be bringing your bunny in to see your vet? Here, our Torrance vets explain.
From grass and toys to feces and roadkill, some dogs will eat just about anything. If you notice that your dog is consistently eating things they shouldn't, there may be reason for concern. Here, our Torrance vets explain why some dogs eat everything and provide some tips on how to curb this behavior.
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.
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.