1. Taking Care of Your Senior Dog

    Whether you’ve recently adopted a senior dog or you’ve had your elderly companion since they were a puppy, there are a few things that you need to know about caring for a senior dog. Learn more in this blog and make sure to contact us today to make an appointment at our animal hospital in Rancho…Read More

  2. Preventing Your Cat from Scratching Everything

    Cats are one of the most popular and beloved pets in the world — and for good reason! They’re fluffy, funny, snuggly, unique little creatures! But, as any cat owner knows, there are times when they can be a little frustrating. They play games, they jump at you out of nowhere, and maybe the most …Read More

  3. Providing Your Dog a Happy Life

    At Rancho Regional Veterinary Hospital, we understand how important your furry little best friend is to your life. You’re their entire world and they give you all of the love that their heart can offer, and all they ask is for a little bit of that love given back in return. While we’ll be here t…Read More

  4. How to Keep Your Dog’s Teeth Clean at Home

    No matter how much you love your canine friend, it’s hard to deny that dogs can have stinky breath. Even if you have some kind of superdog that isn’t afflicted with odorous exhalation, that doesn’t change the fact that they still don’t brush their teeth, and that doesn’t bode well for thei…Read More

  5. Common Myths and Misconceptions About Dogs

    Being professional veterinarians in the Rancho Cucamonga area, you can bet we’ve seen our fair share of dogs come through here. Unfortunately, there are times where these pups have problems that could have been avoided if their owners hadn’t bought into widely circulated myths. There are a lot o…Read More

  6. Understanding Your Cat’s Body Language: Part 2

    Welcome to part two of our blog series about understanding cat body language! In this post, we’ll take a look at how to understand how cats communicate with their tails. The Tail Movements Reading your cat’s tail will tell you a lot about how they’re feeling. There are so many quirks that it…Read More

  7. Understanding Your Cat’s Body Language: Part 1

    Certain animals are much clearer communicators than others. Dogs, for example, are highly emotive and it’s generally easy to tell what kind of mood they’re in — from giddy uncontrollable excitement to the classic “look of shame” when they know they’ve been caught in the act doing somethi…Read More

  8. The Advantages of Professional Pet Boarding

    Unfortunately, if you’re a pet owner, not everything about vacation is sunshine and rainbows. Despite all the wonderful experiences you’re about to have — the fun in the sun, exquisite food, fancy hotels — you’re more than likely going to have to leave your pet behind. Every pet needs to g…Read More

  9. 3 Little-Known Habits Every Cat Owner Should Be Doing

    When it comes to owning a cat, it can sometimes be hard to gauge how happy they are or aren’t at any given moment. Whereas dogs are fairly emotive and often show signs of how they’re feeling, cats have a much better poker face, and it can be hard to know whether or not they’re satisfied. As it…Read More

  10. Tips For Leash-Training Your Cat

    Cats, by nature, are outdoor animals. You see that cute little furball curled up on the pillow next to you, purring? That pretty kitty is a wild animal in captivity—and no, we’re not just talking about cattitude and the sassy behavior of some felines. When your kitty is sitting on the window per…Read More