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A Guide to Vaccines for Your Cat

Frequently asked ..  Why should I visit my veterinarian? Preventive care is the foundation of what we believe in, and the number one way you can help your pet live their best life. There is no substitute for routine visits to your veterinarian to detect disease in its...

A Cat Adoption Checklist

June is National Cat Adoption Month! If you’ve adopted a cat this year, or plan on adopting soon, check out these helpful tips gathered by American Humane Society. Read their original post here: Cat Adoption Checklist.  For the entire month of June, we’re...

Cancer in Cats and Dogs

Thanks to advancements in veterinary medicine concerning early recognition, diagnosis and treatment, pets today have a better chance at being successfully treated for cancer than ever before.  What is cancer in pets?  Cancer is an umbrella term referring to...

Pet Dental Care

Dental care for your pets is just as important as taking them in for regular checkups and getting their vaccinations. The health of your pet’s teeth plays a major role in their quality and length of life.  By the age of just 3 years old, over 80% of dogs and cats...

New Puppy and Kitten Care

Did Santa decide to leave a four-legged friend under your tree this year? Or maybe with the new year approaching, you’ve decided it’s the perfect time to add an additional member to the family. If you welcomed a furry addition over the holidays, check out our tips on...

Can Cats Get The Flu? – Feline Upper Respiratory Infection

Do Cats Get The Flu?  Cats can catch the flu. It’s not the same flu that spreads among humans and can only be contracted from other cats, but the symptoms are very similar to a human cold. Cat Flu is the common name for feline upper respiratory infections (URI)...

Canine Influenza (Dog Flu) – Here’s What You Should Know

• Have a cat? Click here to learn more about Feline Upper Respiratory Infection, or Cat Flu.  Just like humans, dogs can catch the flu. Canine influenza, sometimes called CIV or Dog Flu, is caused by the Canine Influenza Virus, an influenza Type A...

What It’s Like Working at PetMedic Hospitals

Would you like to work for an animal hospital that is not only committed to innovation and medical excellence, but also makes going to work feel fun and rewarding? PetMedic hospitals is Las Vegas’ leading veterinarian practice group, with 4 hospital locations spread...

6 Reasons Las Vegas Just Might be the Perfect Place to Advance Your Veterinary Career

Vegas has been steadily inching its way up the ladder that is the Fastest Growing Cities in the U.S. for over a decade, taking the #2 spot just last year. There’s a reason that upwards of 42 million tourists visit us each year. Seriously, that’s the entire population...

October is Pet Wellness Month!

Here is our Top 5 Checklist to Ensure Your Pets Stay Healthy October is Pet Wellness month! It’s the perfect time to learn how you can be sure your pet remains in great health, year after year. Many pets will show no outward signs of disease or illness, so it’s up to...
How To Keep Your Senior Pet Healthy As They Age

How To Keep Your Senior Pet Healthy As They Age

Thanks to advancements in veterinary medicine, pets are living longer than before. In the past two decades, the average life expectancy of dogs has increased by 1.3 years and 1.5 years for cats. With these extra years may come age-related changes that require a little...

Why You Shouldn’t Skip Your Dog’s Annual Vaccines

Why You Shouldn’t Skip Your Dog’s Annual Vaccines

The recent debates about human vaccines and their importance have left many pet owners wondering the same about their pet’s vaccines. To put it simply: Vaccinating your pet is a safe preventative measure that is vital to your pet’s wellbeing. Like children, dogs need...