Lake Elsinore Animal Hospital
 (951) 376-5018
Mon - Sat: 8AM - 7PM
Sun: Closed
Vaccine Clinic Hours:
Mon - Sat: 9AM - 12PM and 3PM - 5PM
Norco Animal Hospital
 (951) 339-2219
Mon - Fri: 7AM - 10PM
Sat - Sun: 7AM - 8PM
Vaccine Clinic Hours: 9AM - 6PM
Valley Veterinary Hospital Murrieta
 (951) 801-4835
Mon - Fri: 7AM - 6PM
Sat - Sun: 8AM - 6PM
Appointment only

Cats


Preparing Your Pet For Moving

Moving can be a stressful experience for you and your family, so don’t forget it can also be a stressful time for your pet. Pets can get used to a routine and what’s familiar. They also sense when their family is stressed, and can pick up on your feelings. Therefore, it's vital to stay in tune with your dog or cat's demeanor and behavior during your packing, moving, and unpacking process.


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Big Heart, Big Problem: Understanding Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Does your cat have a big heart? No, we’re not talking about her loving personality. An enlarged heart could point to a cardiac condition known as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy—and it can mean big problems for your feline friend’s health.

What is Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy?

Cardiomyopathy is a big word that simply means “disease of the heart muscle.” While there are many different types of heart disease, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, or HCM, is by far the most commonly diagnosed cardiac problem in cats.


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How Hot is Too Hot? Heat Stress in Pets

Summer’s almost here and temperatures are rising fast! It’s time to sweat (or hide in the air conditioning). But your dog can’t sweat, and your cat only sweats between his toes. So, how do you tell if your pet is starting to get overheated? It’s not quite the same with them as it is for us, but there are signs that will seem obvious, once you know them. 


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Fido and Fluffy’s Breath Stinks!! What do I do?

Good health for your dog and cat often starts at…well, the beginning. That is your pet’s mouth. Often the first time the pet owner really thinks about the mouth is when they get a good whiff of their dog or cat’s breath. It can be anything from a slightly gamey smell, to a sour smell, to a terrible sewer-like smell.


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How To Care For A Diabetic Pet

You may have not known that your dog or cat could even get diabetes. But they can, and veterinarians are seeing more and more of it due to diet and sedentary lifestyles in our dogs and cats.

The good news is, early detection means diabetes is treatable. However, like many diseases, it can require some serious lifestyle changes.


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