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May 8, 2019
The question about the link between heart disease and diet has become a common conversation at my hospital since the FDA released a warning statement. This link is still under investigation, and as a result, there are still many uncertainties surrounding this topic; however, there are new findings that might help you choose an appropriate diet for your pet. Read More

March 16, 2019
Telehealth has hit the veterinary space! Certainly, the way consumers interact with human health care providers has changed and pet health care is not far behind. Perhaps you have already interacted with a veterinary health care service online. Read More

March 13, 2019
On November 8, 2018, the Camp Fire was sparked in Butte County, California and quickly became the most devastating and deadly fire in state history. Almost immediately, hundreds of volunteers from across the country poured in to provide assistance to the people and pets affected by the rapidly moving flames. Read More

March 11, 2019
We have recently seen higher rates of dogs presenting for the common signs and symptoms of Kennel Cough and other Upper Respiratory Infections. Dr. Kristi Peterson of Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center is here to answer some of our most frequently asked questions about these infectious diseases. Read More

October 26, 2018

October 18, 2018
Congratulations Kristin Unger, BRVC's Team Member of the Month! Read More

January 25, 2018
As Valentine's Day approaches it's important that pet owners are aware of the danger that those adorable heart-shaped chocolate boxes and candies pose for our pets. Dogs are infamous for their less than discriminating taste in foods; with chocolate in particular they appear as powerless to resist as we are. And while most cats won't eat it on their own, they can be coaxed to eat it by owners or others who think they're giving the cat a treat. So it's important to keep chocolate and treats out of reach for our furry friends this Valentine's Day (and every day!). Read More

November 21, 2018
We are lucky to live in a climate with mild winters. We are also lucky to live close to so many different terrains – deserts, beaches, and the mountains! Because many families travel with their pets to snowy places like Tahoe, I have included some extreme weather tips in this article. Hopefully with a little planning and precaution, your pet stays warm, happy and healthy this winter. Read More

September 23, 2018
December has arrived and toys, electronics, and wrapping paper pack the stores. It's fun to include our pets in the holiday celebration, but watch out for seasonal hazards. Read More

October 1, 2018
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