The addition of newborn kittens to your family is incredibly special and during this time there are a few things you may want to know about. Today, our Turlock vets share some information about the care of new kittens and answer questions such as when you can expect them to open their eyes.
Rabies is a deadly virus that is commonly spread between mammals through the bite of an infected animal. In this blog post, our Turlock vets talk about the dangers of rabies in cats, how it spreads and the importance of protecting your feline friend against this fatal virus with vaccinations.
Rabies is a deadly and uncurable virus that can affect all mammals including our beloved canine companions. But what if your dog has received vaccinations? Can they still contract rabies? Our Turlock vets talk about the rabies virus and discuss the risk of a vaccinated dog getting rabies.
If you live in an apartment and a cat or dog is too large for your space then you may be wondering what other pet options are available. Here, our vets in Turlock share some of the best small exotic pets for apartment living and a few details on each to help you choose.
When your dog suffers from conditions affecting their teeth and gums it can lead to infections and conditions that affect their entire body. This makes preventive care incredibly important. Here, our Turlock vets talk about the most common types of dental problems that affect dogs and how you can help prevent them from occurring.
Parrots are lovely, active and intelligent pets to add to a home, but they also have very specific care needs and live a long time. Today, our Turlock vets talk about the care and lifespan of pet parrots, how long they actually live and what you should know about owning a parrot.
Vaccines are a crucial part of protecting your dog against a number of serious diseases. While some vaccines are optional depending on your location and lifestyle, others protect against deadly diseases. Here, our Turlock vets explain why the DHPP vaccine is important to the health of your dog and what exactly it protects your pup from.