• Hello Dr. Walters!

    Hello Dr. Walters!

    Please join us in welcoming Dr. Tim Walters! He will be joining our staff to help out on Thursdays and Fridays. We also hope to move Dr. Walters to full-time over the course of the year, so we can ensure that there are sufficient veterinarian hours for all of your pet companion needs. Dr. Walters […]

  • Healthy Mouth, Healthy Pet!

    Healthy Mouth, Healthy Pet!

    At Huntington Beach Pet Hospital, we take pet dental health very seriously. Did you know that by age three, 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats have some evidence of periodontal disease? This ailment can cause mouth pain and tooth loss and make eating difficult. At advanced stages, bacteria from the mouth can […]

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    Book Spring Break Boarding Soon!

    Spring break is coming up in April! If you plan to do some traveling and need to board your pet, we encourage you to make a reservation sooner rather than later. Many of our clients go out of town around this time of the year, so our boarding spaces fill up quickly. Highlights of our […]

  • What's Up Pup?

    What’s Up, Pup?

    March 23 is an extremely important day this year. It’s National Puppy Day! Who doesn’t love an adorable, curious, playful and sweet little puppy? Puppies are a source of love, joy and companionship—but it’s not all fun and games. It’s crucial to remember that with great cuteness comes great responsibility. Adopting a puppy is a major lifestyle […]

  • Parasite Prevention

    What You Need to Know About Parasite Prevention

    Is your pet at risk? Fleas, ticks and mosquitoes aren’t just a summer problem–warming temperatures mean year-round prevention is key to making sure your pet is protected from these pests or the diseases they may carry. Don’t overlook the problems they can cause: Fleas often trigger dermatitis, tapeworm and hot spots; one tick bite can […]

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    Importance of Regular Dental Cleaning for Dogs

    Your pet dog’s teeth need regular dental cleaning to keep them free of harmful bacteria and plaque. Over time, a buildup of plaque can lead to gum disease and other health issues. Although you don’t need to clean your dog’s teeth like humans’ teeth, they still need regular cleaning. What does regular dental cleaning for […]

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    Anesthesia Safety at Huntington Beach Pet Hospital

    Unfortunately, at times, many pets need surgery to resolve certain health issues or mend broken bones. For any pet owner, thinking about anesthesia safety during their pet’s operation is paramount. Qualified, professional veterinary surgeons take the highest precautions to ensure the best outcomes for pet under anesthesia during an operation. What are the steps that […]

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    Understanding Dog Food Labels

    Understanding dog food labels is important to make sure that your pet dog gets the necessary nutritional requirements. Food labels on dog food should have information regarding ingredients, nutritional adequacy, and feeding directions. Knowing what the information on dog food labels means will also ensure that you feed your dog the appropriate type of food. […]