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June 7, 2016
With the impending transition from spring to summer, temps climb into the 80s and 90s and sunny blue skies are the norm. Although you and I can change into shorts and t-shirts, our pets often have a harder time coping with the warm weather. Read More

May 2, 2016
As we head from spring to summer, the green hills will gradually turn golden brown. This time of year is prime foxtail season. The foxtail (also referred to as grass awn) seems pretty harmless at first glance but it can be very dangerous to our pets.
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October 19, 2015
Just like it is for puppies, proper socialization is important for kittens. Kittens can be intimidated by sudden movements, loud noises, or strange people. Socializing takes patience and dedication but your hard work can result in an affectionate and confident feline companion. If a normally outgoing kitten suddenly begins acting shy and different it is important to bring them into your veterinarian as there could be a medical reason for the behavior change. Read More

October 26, 2015
As we enter into the holiday season where we come together with family and friends to feast on a delicious spread of dishes, it’s often difficult to resist the urge to have your pet join in on the fun and give them a taste as well. This can be a risky maneuver however, as it may cause your pet to develop something called pancreatitis Read More

October 27, 2017
Allergies can be one of the most frustrating problems for dogs, their owners, and their veterinarians. Whether it’s a little foot licking, ear infections, or severe hair loss and secondary infections, many dog’s lives are made miserable by this all-too-common problem. Most veterinarians try to think of allergies as having three separate causes: parasites, specifically fleas; food; and the surrounding environment, both indoors and outdoors. In the past, a lot of treatments we have used have been either ineffective, inconvenient, or cause side effects that are often intolerable for dog and owner alike. Fortunately, there are some new treatments we can add to our traditional arsenal used for combating the “the itch.” Read More

February 19, 2016
Why is heartworm prevention a key component of maintaining your pet’s health? If your pet is already on a heartworm prevention program – great job! If not, here are some specifics on heartworms and why it is important to give your dog that monthly dose. Read More

May 9, 2016
We are thrilled to announce Reina Loza as our May Employee of the Month! Read about how Reina contributes to making BRVC a better hospital! Read More

October 20, 2015
One of the more commonly seen and treated diseases we will see here at Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center is something called kennel cough, also known as infectious tracheobronchitis. Read More

September 27, 2015
Breaking News: We just learned that xylitol, a sugar substitute most commonly seen in sugar-free gum and other sugar-free products, is now showing up in peanut butter and other nut butters. Five companies that we know of add xylitol to their peanut butters: Go Nuts, Hank’s Protein Plus Peanut Butter, Krush Nutrition, Nuts ‘n More and P28. Read More

August 2, 2015
Many of our clients will recognize the smiling face and Boston accent of Helen Tarantino – our August Employee of the Month. She has been a fixture of the BRVC reception department for a decade now. Helen's genuine compassion for animals and their people allow her to connect easily and instantly with our clients. For many people, Helen is an indispensable part of BRVC and helps make us a great hospital. Read More

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