Archive for the Behavior Category

15% OFF Pet Dental Cleanings

We have extended our February Pet Dental Health Month Dissount through March! Bring your cat or dog in for a FREE 5 minute oral exam and evaluation by our caring veterinarians. Why Pet Dental Care is Important Regular dental care preserves your cat or dog’s teeth – helping them avoid painful gum infections and tooth loss now and when they get older. Additionally, mouth infections from poor dental care can seriously affect the pet’s other organs, such as the kidneys & liver. […]

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Diagnosing & Treating Diabetes in Dogs

Diabetes is increasing among dogs as well as humans. In fact, approximately one in 200 dogs will develop  diabetes. Fortunately, our veterinarians can treat canine diabetes, thanks to recent strides in veterinary medicine. Many dogs with diabetes now live longer, healthier lives. What is Dog Diabetes? Mammal’s bodies (including humans and dogs) use “glucose” (“sugar”) for fuel. This glucose comes from breaking down carbohydrates in the food. Insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas, extracts the glucose from the blood […]

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April is Dog Bite Prevention Month

Our veterinarians know that educating yourself about preventing dog bites can help ensure that your dog never bites anyone – and that no one in your family is ever bitten. Read this article to learn what you can do to prevent dog bites from occurring. Veterinarian’s Dog Bite Facts: National Dog Bite Prevention Week® is the second week of April . Every year, dogs bite more than 4.5 million people in the United States – and approximately 800,000 of those who […]

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Veterinarians Discuss Arthritis in Cats

Our South Bay Vet’s Tips for Managing Arthritis in Cats – What Causes Arthritis In Cats? Osteoarthritis (also called degenerative joint disease) is commonly seen by our veterinarians in dogs as they get older. . .  but arthritis is much less common it cats. It is unclear why cats suffer less arthritis than dogs, even though they typically have a longer life expectancy. It may be because of the higher amount of beneficial fish oil in most feline diets – […]

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Holiday Party This Saturday Dec. 3

Join us for food, fun, raffles, games, prizes and complimentary holiday pet photos this Saturday, December 3rd - from 3pm to 6pm. Manhattan Beach Animal Hospital’s  Annual Holiday Party Saturday December 3 3pm – 6pm Have a complimentary holiday photo taken of your pet! (Owners are welcome to join in)! We hope you will join us to kick off the holiday season! *All dogs must be on leash & cats in carriers ADDRESS: 1590-A Rosecrans Avenue Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 310-536-9654 CLICK […]

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Veterinary Care When Dogs Swallow Objects

What to Do When Your Dog Swallows Something. Dogs like to chew – and some canine companions have a tendency to chew anything they can get into their mouths. While munching on the occasion stick or leather shoe can be harmless –  the situation can become a serious and life-threatening problem if the object is swallowed. Our veterinarians have seen dogs who have swallowed almost every type of object imaginable, including: watches, shoelaces, socks, plastic food containers . .  and even Halloween vampire teeth! […]

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See Our 2015 Holiday Party Pictures!

A wonderful time was had by many of our furry clients and their families at the 2015 Manhattan Beach Animal Hospital Holiday party! Food, fun, photos and treats were shared by all. As you can see, some of our clients are quite photogenic, and had no reservations about being the center of attention. Many thanks to everyone who joined us this year for one of our favorite annual traditions. We hope to see the rest of you at our next Holiday Party […]

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Holiday Party This Saturday, Dec. 5th!

This Saturday December 5th is Manhattan Beach Animal Hospital’s Annual Holiday Open House, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. There will be food, fun, raffles, games & prizes, as well as a tour of the hospital. Come meet our veterinarians and staff, and have a complimentary holiday photo taken of your pet! Owners are welcome to join in! We hope you will join us to kick off the holiday season. All dogs must be on leashes and all cats must be […]

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Veterinarians Answers Your Spay & Neuter Questions

Our Manhattan Beach Veterinarians answer your questions about spaying or neutering your dog or cat, including the best time to consider spay or neuter and the effects on your pet.

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