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Our Yucaipa veterinary team shares helpful tips and information for keeping your pets happy and healthy. 

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TTA Surgery for Cruciate Ligament Ruptures in Dogs

TTA Surgery for Cruciate Ligament Ruptures in Dogs

Cruciate ligament ruptures are a common orthopedic injury in dogs that may require surgery in order to repair. Here our Yucaipa vets discuss cruciate injuries in dogs and how surgery such as TTA (Tibial Tuberosity Advancement) can help to get them back on their feet and to feel good again.

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C Section for Dogs: Everything You Should Know

C Section for Dogs: Everything You Should Know

When a dog is pregnant and expecting puppies it can be exciting and beautiful, but what if your dog ends up needing a c section? In this post, our Yucaipa vets share some information about natural labor, what the signs of complications look like and what to expect if your dog ends up needing c section surgery.

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Importance of Parasite Prevention & Control in Dogs

Importance of Parasite Prevention & Control in Dogs

Parasites not only cause physical irritation for your dog, but some of these pests can also transmit life-threatening diseases to your pup. In this post, our Yucaipa vets share some information about parasite control and prevention and why it is important for your dog's health.

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FVRCP Cat Vaccine

FVRCP Cat Vaccine

At Oak Glen Animal Hospital our vets believe that prevention is the key to helping your cat live a long and healthy life. That's why our Yucaipa vets recommend that all cats receive the FVRCP vaccine. Here's how the FVRCP protects your cat's health.

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What is Whipworm in dogs? Causes, Treatment & Prevention

What is Whipworm in dogs? Causes, Treatment & Prevention

If your dog becomes infected with whipworms it can cause a plethora of uncomfortable symptoms in their intestinal system as well as affect their overall health. Today our Yucaipa vets share more information about whipworms in dogs including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.

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Caring For Your Dog or Cat After Pet Surgery

Caring For Your Dog or Cat After Pet Surgery

While we do what we can to protect our pets and prevent injury and illness there is always a chance that the unexpected may happen. If this happens then your pet may be in need of surgical treatment. In today's blog, our Yucaipa veterinarians talk about caring for your dog or cat after they have had pet surgery.

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Ear Mites in Cats: Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Ear Mites in Cats: Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Ear mites are a common external parasite that can affect both cats and dogs but more commonly affects cats. Today our Yucaipa vets discuss ear mites in cats and the causes, treatment and prevention options for these parasites.

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Can a Vaccinated Dog Get Rabies?

Can a Vaccinated Dog Get Rabies?

While the chances of a vaccinated dog contracting rabies are low, a rabies vaccination does not guarantee 100% protection. Today, the vets from Oak Glen Animal Hospital discuss rabies and what to do if you suspect your dog might have been exposed. 

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What To Know About Cat Vaccinations & Booster Shots

What To Know About Cat Vaccinations & Booster Shots

Getting yearly fecal exams at your vet's office is the best way to keep your pet and your family safe from intestinal parasites. Annual fecals give your Yucaipa vet a chance to check for intestinal parasites before more serious conditions arise. 

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My Dog Cut Their Paw Pad: What Do I Do?

My Dog Cut Their Paw Pad: What Do I Do?

Accidents happen, and with those accidents can come cuts, scrapes and bruises that can make your dog feel uncomfortable or in pain. Here, our vets in Yucaipa Share some steps that you should take if your dog has cut their paw and when you should take your dog to the vet.

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