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Ways to Protect Your Pet on the 4th of July

The 4th of July can mean fun, food, friends, and fireworks for people, but it can feel more like a scary alien invasion for our pets! In fact, July 5th is the busiest day of the year for animal shelters, which fill up quickly with animals who panic and flee the bright lights and loud noises of holiday celebrations. Make July 4th a pet-riotic holiday by following these steps for a stress-free day for both you and your fur kids. 

July is National Pet Hydration Awareness Month

National Pet Hydration Awareness Month was established to address the often-overlooked issue of pet dehydration. Introduced by PetSafe, this annual observance aims to raise awareness about the importance of consistent hydration for our furry companions, particularly during the scorching month of July.

Cat World Domination Day

There’s a pretty ostentatious pet holiday coming up. June 24th is Cat World Domination Day!

Pet Cancer Awareness Month

Cancer can affect pets just as it does humans. Statistics estimate that one in four dogs and one in five cats will develop cancer in their lifetime. The diagnosis can be daunting, but early detection and understanding of the risk factors can significantly improve the prognosis.

Ask the Vet: Heartworm Disease

Your veterinarian most likely recommends a heartworm preventative for your dog at your annual preventive care visit. So why the push? Why is heartworm prevention a key component of maintaining your pet’s health? Here are some specifics on heartworms and why giving your dog that monthly dose is important.

Snail Bait Toxicity

Why is snail bait bad for dogs? 

Ask Your Vet: How Much Should You Feed Your Pet? By Stefanie Wong, DVM

For this month’s article, we polled our technicians to see what are some commonly asked questions they get from pet owners. One of the questions they get asked a lot is: how much should I be feeding my pet...

Ask Your Vet: Are Bones Healthy for Dogs? By Stefanie Wong, DVM

Wolves and coyotes in the wild eat bones, so it is a common thought that our pet dogs can also eat bones. Thankfully, most owners are aware of the dangers of cooked bones, especially chicken bones, for example.

Welcome Dr. Matt Liang

We at Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center & Urgent Care are very fortunate to have Dr. Matt Liang on our team of experienced veterinarians!

Librela: Osteoarthritis management

Librela is an antibody treatment that addresses a primary cause of Osteoarthritis (OA) pain in dogs. It helps mitigate pain signals, enhancing mobility and playfulness in your dog. By diminishing OA pain, Librela increases your dog's physical activity and overall well-being.

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