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Ask Your Vet: Kennel Cough by Stefanie Wong, DVM

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...

Cold Weather Tips For Cats

As winter arrives in the Northern hemisphere, temperatures drop and just like for humans, the lifestyles of cats change. Cold weather can have a negative impact on the well-being of cats in a number of ways, but luckily there are steps that you can take to mitigate these effects.

Ask the Vet: Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips by Kristel Weaver, DVM, MPVM

Thanksgiving is a good time to acknowledge the people, pets and other things in our lives for which we are thankful!

Ask The Vet: Laparoscopic Surgery by Stefanie Wong

Ask the Vet: Is minimally invasive surgery an option?

Ask A Vet- Halloween Candy Danger: Chocolate and Sweets

As Halloween approaches it's important that pet owners are aware of the danger that 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.

Ask The Vet: Bloat Awareness by Stefanie Wong, DVM

Have you ever heard of GDV or bloat? Gastric dilatation volvulus (GDV) is a life-threatening emergency that we frequently see at Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center. To learn what it is, how we diagnose it, how we treat it and how you can prevent it, keep reading.

Protect your Cat on Halloween

Halloween is an entertaining and exciting time of the year but it does come with a few potential dangers for our kitties. Follow these tips to help protect your lovalble feline and ensure that Haloween is spooktacularly fun as well as safe!

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween is a time of spooky decorations, clever costumes, and delicious treats. It can also present hidden dangers for our favorite pets. Follow our safety tips to make sure your pet has a ghoulishly great Halloween!

National Pet Dental Month by Dr. Stefanie Wong

Dental disease is one of the most common things we see in veterinary medicine. It affects so many dogs and causes so much more than just bad breath. Things to look for that can tell you that your pet has dental disease are:

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