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Congratulations to our Howl-O-Ween Photo Contest winners... "In-N-Out team" Cloudy, Halo, Pony and Sunny!
It's that time of year! Send us your Halloween themed pet photo for your chance to win a $25 credit to BRVC.
Lisa Hermes will be offering annual Holiday Pet Portraits at Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center on November 26th and 27th!
Dr. Cesar Vega has transitioned into the role of the leading veterinarian in providing reproductive services.
BRVC has donated cages for the new command center at California Veterinary Medical Reserve Corps (CAVMRC)!
Dr. Chris Maag is now accepting Wellness Appointments with adult pets between the ages of 2-7 years old
Heatstroke is a term commonly used for hyperthermia or elevated body temperature. Generally speaking, if a pet’s body temperature exceeds 103°F (39.4°C), it is considered abnormal or hyperthermic. Body temperatures above 106°F (41°F) without previous signs of illness are most commonly associated with exposure to excessive external or environmental heat. The critical temperature where multiple organ failure and impending death occurs is 109°F (42.7°C).
Many pet parents don’t realize the severity of the threat these toxins pose to animals, and it’s easy to overlook. During this recent spike in blue-green algae cases, we want to make sure you have everything you need to know to keep pets safe.