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Our Rancho Cucamonga veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Kidney Disease & Infections in Dogs

Kidney Disease & Infections in Dogs

Kidney issues, like infections and disease, have a range of causes, and if left untreated, they can lead to serious complications. Today, our Rancho Cucamonga vets discuss the difference between kidney infections and disease in dogs, their causes, symptoms and how to treat them.

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Asthma in Cats

Asthma in Cats

Asthma in cats can be tricky as it is not commonly diagnosed, and treatment might seem daunting. In this post, our Rancho Cucamonga vets explain what asthma looks like in cats, how to manage this condition and what the prognosis may be. 

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Vomiting in Dogs

Vomiting in Dogs

While occasional gastrointestinal upset in dogs isn't anything unusual, serious cases require immediate veterinary care. Here, our Rancho Cucamonga vets share some of the internal medicine conditions and other causes of vomiting in dogs and offer advice on what to do when it happens.

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Anaplasmosis in Dogs

Anaplasmosis in Dogs

External parasites like ticks can cause a range of potentially serious diseases, like anaplasmosis. What is this condition and what can you do about it? Today, our Rancho Cucamonga vets talk about anaplasmosis in dogs, the symptoms you may see and how it can be treated.

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Distemper in Dogs

Distemper in Dogs

Preventive care can help reduce the risk of your pup contracting various potentially severe illnesses and diseases. Here, our Rancho Cucamonga vets share the common symptoms and effects of distemper in dogs, what can be done if your pup is diagnosed and how it can be prevented.

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Diarrhea in Cats: Common Causes & When It's Serious

Diarrhea in Cats: Common Causes & When It's Serious

Stomach upset can not be uncomfortable for your feline friend, it can also lead to potentially serious symptoms like diarrhea. Our veterinarians in Rancho Cucamonga talk about how to stop your cat's diarrhea, what causes it and when you may need to seek emergency veterinary care.

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Why won't my dog stop shaking his head?

Why won't my dog stop shaking his head?

If your dog keeps flopping their head around it they may be experiencing the symptoms of conditions like allergies, external parasites, or in some cases, something more serious. Here, our Rancho Cucamonga vets talk about why your dog keeps shaking their head and when to reach out to your vet.

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Why is my Cat Breathing Heavy & What Can I Do

Why is my Cat Breathing Heavy & What Can I Do

Some cats may breathe a little heavier after running around or chasing prey, but in some cases, panting can indicate a serious issue. Here, our Rancho Cucamonga vets talk about the signs and causes of heavy breathing in cats and when you should seek emergency veterinary care.

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Diagnostic Imaging: X-rays & CT Scans for Dogs & Cats

Diagnostic Imaging: X-rays & CT Scans for Dogs & Cats

There are many circumstances where your vet will need to take a look at the internal structures of your pet to gain a better understanding of their health. Here, our Rancho Cucamonga vets talk about the purpose of X-rays and CT scans and how routine diagnostic imaging is used to diagnose and treat dogs and cats.

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Why is my cat sleeping so much?

Why is my cat sleeping so much?

Most people know that cats love to nap. They will nap anywhere, any time of day, but how much is too much? Here, our Rancho Cucamonga vets talk about cats and their sleeping habits and answer questions like 'How many hours does a cat sleep?' and 'When should I worry about my cat sleeping too much?'.

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