When going on vacation, deciding what to do with your pet can be challenging. In this blog, our Marina del Rey veterinarians provide advice on handling your dog while you are away.
Our Valentine's Day Kissing Booth at Shane Veterinary Medical Center in Marina del Rey was an adorable success!
While feeling heat coming from your cat's ears can be perfectly normal, this warmth may also indicate that they are experiencing a medical issue that requires care. Today, our Marina del Rey vets talk about why your cat's ears are hot or warm and when it might be connected to a health concern.
Osteoarthritis is a progressive, degenerative condition in dogs that becomes more severe over time. Although there is no cure for this painful condition, symptoms can often be successfully managed to help your dog enjoy a good quality of life as they continue to age with OA.
Along with traditional medicine, integrative therapies can help to enhance pain relief and improve healing speed. In this post, our Marina del Rey vets talk about cold laser therapy for dogs, what it is, the main benefits, and other useful bits of information on treatment using this technique.
Discovering that your cat has abruptly ceased eating may cause concern. Determining whether your four-legged companion requires an immediate visit to the vet clinic can be challenging. Our vets in Marina del Rey outline key reasons why cats stop eating and provide guidance on identifying emergency situations.
Seeing your dog in pain or discomfort can be concerning. In this post, our Marina del Rey will explain how dogs typically handle such situations, how they manifest signs of pain or discomfort, and how you can recognize when your dog is suffering and needs immediate care.