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Find helpful tips and advice from our Goleta veterinary team to help keep your pet healthy and happy. 

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Getting Your Cat Fixed: When and What To Know

Getting Your Cat Fixed: When and What To Know

As a responsible pet owner, one of the most crucial decisions you will make is whether to get your cat fixed. This process, known as spaying for females and neutering for males, is essential for their health and well-being. Understanding when to get cats and/or kittens spayed and neutered and knowing what to expect, whether a cat is fixed or not, can help ensure your feline friend leads a happy and healthy life.

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Nutrition, Skin & Dogs

Nutrition, Skin & Dogs

Is your dog shedding excessively and starting to develop sores from chewing on its skin? In this blog, our veterinarians in Goleta discuss how your dog's diet could affect its skin health.

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Signs of Pain or Discomfort in Dogs

Signs of Pain or Discomfort in Dogs

Seeing your dog in pain or discomfort can be distressing. In this article, our Goleta will discuss how dogs typically handle pain or discomfort, the signs that indicate your dog is suffering, and how to determine when your dog requires immediate medical attention.

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Cat Tooth Extractions: What to Expect & What to Watch For

Cat Tooth Extractions: What to Expect & What to Watch For

If your cat has a damaged or infected tooth, your veterinarian may recommend extracting the tooth to protect their health. In this post, our vets in Goleta will explain what you can expect from your cat's tooth extraction surgery, and what you should keep an eye out for after the procedure.

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Common Cat Dental Problems

Common Cat Dental Problems

Dental problems can cause a lot of pain for your cat and lead to other health issues. Our vets in Goleta are here to help you recognize dental health problems in your cat, understand the most common dental diseases in cats, and know how to prevent or treat these issues.at these issues.

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Signs Your Dog Needs Dental Cleaning

Signs Your Dog Needs Dental Cleaning

If you have a dog then you likely know how important routine dental care is for their overall health and this includes dental cleanings. Our vets in Goleta talk about when and why you should have your dog's teeth cleaned and the signs that it may be time to bring your pup in for professional dental care.

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Can a Vaccinated Dog Get Rabies?

Can a Vaccinated Dog Get Rabies?

While you may have already vaccinated your dog against rabies, there remains a slight chance of infection. Our Goleta vets discuss the possibility of your dog contracting rabies even after vaccination.

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Bowel Obstruction in Dogs: Signs, Symptoms & Treatment

Bowel Obstruction in Dogs: Signs, Symptoms & Treatment

If your dog chews or consumes objects indiscriminately, you may have concerns about the possibility of bowel obstructions. Our vets in Goleta discuss what leads to bowel obstructions in dogs and why these situations require immediate attention from veterinary professionals.

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Aural Hematoma in Cats: When is Surgery Needed?

Aural Hematoma in Cats: When is Surgery Needed?

If your cat gets a swollen ear, you might worry about what to do. In this post, our Goleta vets discuss what causes aural hematomas in cats, in addition to symptoms and treatment options.

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How Often Do You Take a Dog to the Vet?

How Often Do You Take a Dog to the Vet?

As a pet owner, it's important to prioritize your dog's health and happiness That's why scheduling regular visits to the veterinarian for preventive care is crucial in ensuring a long and joyful life for your dog. Our vets at Goleta guide how often you should take your dog to the vet.

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