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Our Bakersfield team of veterinary professionals shares tips and advice to help you keep your lovable four-legged friend healthy and happy.

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My Cat Won't Stop Vomiting: What Can I Do?

My Cat Won't Stop Vomiting: What Can I Do?

Just like any creature, cats may occasionally eat something that doesn't agree with their tummy or experience an illness that leaves them feeling icky and causes unpleasant symptoms like vomiting. But when is it a cause for concern? Our Bakersfield vets share some of the causes of vomiting in cats and when it's time to worry.

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Puppy Vaccination Schedule

Puppy Vaccination Schedule

Vaccinations are an essential part of your dog's routine care by helping to protect your pup from various diseases that could be potentially life-threatening. Below, our Bakersfield vets share everything you need to know about the recommended vaccination schedule for your puppy.

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Your Kittens First Vet Visit: What To Expect

Your Kittens First Vet Visit: What To Expect

So you have made the leap into being a pet parent! Bringing home a new pet can be incredibly rewarding but you should keep in mind that your new kitten will need regular vet visits in order to help keep them healthy. To help you prepare, our Bakersfield veterinarians talk about what to expect at your kitten's first vet visit and what questions you should ask.

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Newborn Kittens: When Do Kittens Open Their Eyes?

Newborn Kittens: When Do Kittens Open Their Eyes?

Cats are one of the most common family pets and many families choose to raise their new cat from when it is a kitten. Today, our Bakersfield vets talk about caring for a newborn kitten and when you can expect them to open their eyes.

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Puppy’s First Vet Visit: Checklist & What to Expect

Puppy’s First Vet Visit: Checklist & What to Expect

It's an exciting time when you bring home a new puppy. Here, our Bakersfield vets share some information on what to expect during your puppy's first vet visit and offer a checklist so you don't miss anything!

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Cat Breeds That Live the Longest: Siamese, Munchkins & More

Cat Breeds That Live the Longest: Siamese, Munchkins & More

Some cats are known to live an extremely long time, which is a good thing to know when you are picking out a companion for your family. Today, our Bakersfield vets talk about Siamese cats, Munchkin cats and other breeds that are known to live the longest.

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Best Dog Food for Senior Dogs

Best Dog Food for Senior Dogs

As our canine companion's age, they are likely to find themselves with different dietary needs or even tastes. Today our Bakersfield vets answer questions about geriatric care, and what the best dog food for senior dogs is.

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Senior Cats: How Old Is My Cat?

Senior Cats: How Old Is My Cat?

We spend a lot of time with our feline friends but one thing we may never think about is how old they are getting at any given point in time. Today our Bakersfield vets discuss at what age a cat is considered senior, how to spot signs of aging, and the special care requirements that an aging cat might need.

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Senior Dog Care: Tips & Advice

Senior Dog Care: Tips & Advice

Is your dog approaching or experiencing their golden years? Are you wondering how you can help them comfortable at this stage in their life? Today our Bakersfield vets discuss senior dog care and what you can do to provide the best care for your beloved pet during their older years.

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Ear Mites in Cats

Ear Mites in Cats

Ear mites are an external parasite that is known for infesting and creating major irritation in the ears of our beloved pets. Today our Bakersfield vets discuss ear mites in cats, what symptoms to watch for and how you can help treat your feline friend.

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