An upset stomach is a leading surface level cause of dogs needing a trip to see the veterinarian, but a litany of underlying conditions running the full gamut of severity from mild to life-threatening could be responsible for their upset tummy. Today, our Santa Cruz internal medicine veterinary specialists are here to talk about the most common digestive and gastrointestinal issues in dogs.
You may think of your cat as just cuddly but carrying just a few extra ounces can make a big difference to your cat's overall health and longevity. In today's blog our Santa Cruz vets explain how you can tell if your cat is overweight.
For any pet emergency, you should get to a veterinarian right away. In severe emergency situations, like when your dog is bleeding, you might be required to provide first aid before they can be brought in for treatment. Here, our Santa Cruz Emergency veterinarians explain.
Even though chewing is a completely normal thing for dogs to do, you don't want them to wreck your favorite shoes or pillows. Today, our Santa Cruz vets share tips and tricks on how you can stop your dog's destructive chewing and the reasons why your pup will start to chew.
Does your pet require advanced diagnostics or treatment? If so, your primary care veterinarian can refer your cat or dog to one of our Board Certified Veterinary Specialists at Pacific & Santa Cruz Veterinary Specialists. In this blog, our Santa Cruz veterinary specialists discuss what it means to be a board-certified specialist and what they can offer.