Pet Preparedness Month

🐾June is Pet Preparedness Month🐾 In many homes people make sure their family is prepared for a disaster. Floods, Wildfires, Earth quakes and many other causes leave us rushing out of our home in distress. Therefore, it is very important that our furry family members are prepared for disasters as well. 8 easy to follow […]

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Allergies have been on the rise. After all the rain we got this past year our flowers are blooming, and pollen is everywhere. It’s not just humans that have severe allergies, out dogs and cats can become miserable from allergens too. German Shepherds, Pitbull Terriers Labrador Retrievers and English Bull dogs are just some of […]

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Is your cat protected?

A recent study shows 99% of our feline clients are not protected from fleas and ticks. This is a number that needs to be changed! Outdoor cats are more susceptible to getting fleas due to their constant exposure. However this does not mean our indoor only cats are safe. Dog housemates that go outdoors can […]

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Drop Off Appointments

Busy Life? Schedule Conflicts? Don’t worry Santa Clarita Animal Hospital is Now Offering Drop Off Appointments Having a busy schedule can make it hard to schedule time for our pets to get the care they need. Which is why we are now offering Drop Off Appointments! Call us at 661-417-0856 and we will be happy […]

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Rattlesnake Safety

Rattlesnake Safety: As the weather gets warmer snakes are becoming more active. Here in Santa Clarita we see Rattlesnakes very often. Here are some tips to ensure you pet stays safe: Rattlesnake Avoidance Class: Consider taking your dog to a rattlesnake avoidance class to help teach your pet these snakes are not toys and should […]

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Marijuana Toxicity

Marijuana Toxicity Marijuana (THC) toxicity is no laughing matter for pets. Many pets may accidentally come into contact with Marijuana. This can happen from them eating edibles, eating plant material or second hand exposure to marijuana smoke.  Signs of Marijuana poisoning can be: Lethargy Head Bobbing or Weaving Lack of Balance Aggression Difficulty Swallowing Anorexia […]

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It’s Pet Poison Prevention Week.

It’s Poison Prevention Week Many of us know that things like chocolate and raisins are poisonous for dogs, but did you know that things like Lilies and Tylenol can be just as toxic if not worse? If your pet gets into anything listed here please call us right away so your pet can be seen! […]

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March Microchip Madness Month

Can you Google your Pet? With a Save This Life microchip anyone can google your pets microchip number. It allows people to send an alert that your pet has been found instantly to your cell phone.  It includes options of alerting you if your pet requires urgent medical attention. Microchipping makes sure owners reunite with their pets […]

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Spay & Neuter

Spaying & Neutering is very important for your pets health. It decreases many  problematic behaviors. Female Dogs go through a reproductive cycle well known as heat every six months. They produce a bloody discharge and often become short-tempered and anxious during this time. Female Cats go through a reproductive cycle every 3 to 4 weeks […]

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