Entropion is a condition seen in many breeds where the dog's eyelids roll inwards causing irritation, pain, and other secondary eye problems. Today, our Shane Veterinary Medical Center vets share more about this common eye condition in dogs including symptoms and how entropion is treated.
After a dog undergoes surgery, its owners play a key role in helping them fully and safely recover. Diligent and attentive post-operative care is key to helping your pup return to its daily routine as quickly as it can. Our Marina del Rey vets share some tips for how to care for your dog after surgery.
Having your dog spayed or neutered prevents unwanted litters, but can also help to curb undesirable behaviors and even reduce the risk of certain diseases. Here, our Marina del Rey vets share what you need to know about getting your puppy fixed.
Worms in dogs are not a pleasant thing to deal with no matter the type. Today, our vets in Marina del Rey discuss common types of worms in dogs, how they can be prevented, the signs of worms, and how they are diagnosed.
So you're ready to commit to the responsibility of owning a pet, but you're not sure what kind to get. There are loads of things to consider when adding an animal to the family. Here, our Shane Veterinary Medical Center vets discuss types of pets and the rewards and challenges that come with each kind.
Our Marina del Rey vets understand that repeated appointments for your dog's vaccinations and boosters may seem inconvenient, but following the vaccination schedule below is the best way for you to protect your canine friend from a host of serious and potentially deadly diseases.
Vaccines are products designed to trigger protective immune responses and prepare the immune system to fight future infections from disease-causing agents. Our Marina del Rey vets explain why core vaccinations are those essential to the health of your pet.