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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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Zoonotic Parasites: What Pet Owners Should Know

Zoonotic Parasites: What Pet Owners Should Know

Sharing is caring, except in some instances. Until your pet is dewormed for parasites, your family can be at risk of zoonotic parasitic infections. These parasites can be transmitted from pets to humans, and they can cause more than a nuisance.  Some pets are born...

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The Importance of Routine for Young Pets

The Importance of Routine for Young Pets

Have you recently added a new little furry family member? It may be difficult to pry yourself away from their lovable cuddles and insatiable playfulness, but this is the time also to establish a routine. Stability and consistency now will benefit your pet throughout...

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The Facts About These Heartworm Myths

The Facts About These Heartworm Myths

Heartworm has been diagnosed in dogs in all 50 states, yet misconceptions about it persist. We want to set the record straight about this parasitic condition. Here are three common myths and the facts.  Myth: I'll know if my pet has heartworm disease. Fact: Unlike...

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3 Facts About COVID-19 and Pets

3 Facts About COVID-19 and Pets

In light of the COVID-19 crisis, pet owners are naturally concerned about what this means for keeping pets safe and healthy. Here are three helpful things we want you to know.  #1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19 information While you can turn to...

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Tips for Rainy Spring Walks With Your Dog

Tips for Rainy Spring Walks With Your Dog

We're finally seeing some rain in the weather forecast around here in Huntington Beach. However, the spring showers make things a little messy outdoors. Sidewalk puddles, wet sand at the beach, and muddy parks make walking the dog a grimy activity. Here are our tips...

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Spring Parasite Prevention

Spring Parasite Prevention

As spring is breaking forth, parasites will start to surge. Fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, and heartworm are present in Southern California, and it’s vital to protect your pet. While these parasites can be a serious threat to your pet’s health, Huntington Beach Pet...

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Why is Your Cat Missing the Litter Box?

Why is Your Cat Missing the Litter Box?

Is your cat going outside of the litter box? An accident here or there may not sound off any alarms, yet one of the main causes of inappropriate urination is a condition called feline idiopathic cystitis (FIC). Learn more about the disease's signs, diagnosis, and...

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Your Cat’s Body Language: What Does it Mean?

Your Cat’s Body Language: What Does it Mean?

Your cat is constantly communicating through her body language. When you familiarize yourself with the physical cues she uses with her posture, tail, whiskers, eyes, and more, you'll learn what she's saying. Signs of an alert, happy cat A happy cat seeking attention...

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