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Keep Your Pet Cool in the Summer Heat

Keep Your Pet Cool in the Summer Heat

When you have a furry pal, your goal for the summer is to enjoy the sun with them while also protecting them from the dangers of heatstroke. Instead of placing them inside of your air-conditioned home all summer, you should still go outside to play fetch and exercise...

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3 Water Dangers for Your Furry Friend

3 Water Dangers for Your Furry Friend

On a hot summer day, taking a refreshing dip at the beach is the perfect way to cool down, especially if you have a fur coat on. However, your furry friend can be exposed to several hazards when venturing out into the water. Before you and your pet make a splash this...

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Buckle Up! Car Travel Safety Tips for Pets

Buckle Up! Car Travel Safety Tips for Pets

When taking a vacation or a road trip, you may want to include your pet in the fun and excitement. But, before heading out on your trip, ensure you prepare your pet for travel with the following tips from our team here at Huntington Beach Pet Hospital. #1: Keep your...

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What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

Although you know you should spay your female pet to prevent a host of medical and behavior issues, as well as unwanted puppies, you may not know what exactly happens during a spay surgery. Since World Spay Day—February 23—is approaching, let’s explain the procedure,...

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7 Signs That Your Pet is in Pain

7 Signs That Your Pet is in Pain

It can sometimes be difficult to tell when animals are pain, due to them being experts at hiding subtle signs of discomfort. To help pet owners identify pain in their furry companions, the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM) has proclaimed...

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What is Cognitive Dysfunction in Pets?

What is Cognitive Dysfunction in Pets?

Just like humans when they age, pets can also suffer from impaired mental function. An older pet may start showing changes in their behavior. However, with careful monitoring, early diagnosis, and proper intervention, you can keep your senior pet’s mind sharp well...

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Is Your Pet Microchipped?

Is Your Pet Microchipped?

August 15 is Check the Chip Day. If your pet is microchipped, we can quickly scan their microchip to ensure that it hasn't migrated and is still functioning. This is also a good time to update the contact information with the microchip registration company. A...

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What to Do If a Bee Stings Your Pet

What to Do If a Bee Stings Your Pet

With the California summer upon us, there are many bees, wasps, and hornets that are buzzing around. These flying creatures entice pets to snap, sniff, or swat at them in the air. Being on the wrong end of a bee’s stinger can create a painful allergic reaction in your...

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Safety Tips for Taking Your Dog to the Beach

Safety Tips for Taking Your Dog to the Beach

With Orange County (along with much of California) reopening and summer kicking off, perhaps you're planning some beach fun with your dog. The combination of sun, sand, and surf is the best, but there are still some beach hazards you should know. Check out these four...

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