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June 1, 2018
The Fourth of July is the perfect summer celebration - warm weather, a day off work, delicious barbecued food, plus friends, family, and fireworks! It's hard to find a more winning combination which is why it is not a surprise that the Fourth of July is a favorite holiday for many people; for our pets, however, it is a different story. All the excitement, activity, tempting foods, and loud noises can cause stress, sickness, and fear in our furry companions. Here are some tips on how to help your pet stay safe and stress-free on the Fourth of July. Read More


August 29, 2018
With good preventative medicine, pets are living much longer than they did in the past. An annual physical exam, annual blood work, good nutrition and better dental care are just some of the factors involved in extending the golden years of your pet’s life. Read More


October 29, 2018
It is bound to happen... you're petting and loving on your furry companion and you feel something new. Your fingers move over a raised bump that you've never felt before. The question arises - is this something I should be worried about? Read More


November 2, 2015
Both the Smithsonian Magazine and Department of Veterans Affairs outline how service animals provide emotional support in the recovery of Soldiers suffering from PTSD. Read More


August 23, 2015
Does your pet have increased thirst, increased urination and seems to be losing weight despite the fact that they are ravenous or hungry all the time? If so, they may have Diabetes Mellitus (also known as DM). Read More


May 23, 2018
As of May 18, 2018 we have made the following changes to canine flu vaccine requirements. If you are boarding with us in the coming weeks please make sure to have the first vaccine in the series within 7 days of check in or be current on your annual vaccination. Read More


February 14, 2018
Did you know that February is national pet dental health month? At Bishop Ranch, we are celebrating dental month with $50 off dental cleanings. While I recommend that every pet get regular dental care at home, if enough hard tartar or calculus has built up on the teeth, no amount of tooth brushing or home care is going to get rid of it. If pets have a significant amount of build up on their teeth, a dental cleaning is needed first. Please talk with your regular veterinarian to get your pet's teeth assessed and see what the best plan for their dental care is. Read More


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January 12, 2016
Studies show that more than 1/3 of the nation's dogs are infected with intestinal parasites. These can be microscopic single-celled organisms, or larger worms that are several inches long. For complicated biological reasons, most puppies are actually born with a type of intestinal worm called Ascarids, otherwise commonly referred to as “roundworms”. Read More


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