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  • Special Recall Alert!

    Feb 15 2018

    There have been several recalls this week on pet food/treats. If you believe your pet may have been affected by any of these please call us and schedule an appointment.…

  • NEW! MAXI/GUARD® Oral Cleansing Wipes

    Feb 07 2018

    February is Pet Dental Health Month. This is a great opportunity to introduce a new product now available here at Healthy Pet Hospital & Grooming. MAXI/GUARD® Oral Wipes are easy…

  • Coyote Attacks On The Rise In Orange County

    Dec 21 2017

    With more homes and developments growing, there is also a spike in wildlife moving in to suburban areas. Some of the local fires have also drawn in a lot of…

  • 12 Days of Christmas Specials

    Dec 13 2017

    We know the holidays can get busy and sometimes expensive. This is why Pet Hospital features the 12 Days of Christmas Specials for all clients every year! This is a…

  • Thanksgiving Safety Tips For Pets

    Nov 15 2017

    Thanksgiving is a time when friends and family gather for fun, laughter, and food. Of course our pets want to join in on the feast as it smells so good.…

  • 5 Products Recommended For Pets With Dry Skin

    Oct 04 2017

    We often hear clients say “My pet has dry skin and dandruff.” Some pets can get dry skin, especially at certain times of the year when the weather is dry.…

  • Training pets to make tooth brushing quick and easy.

    Aug 09 2017

    There are many ways to help maintain your dog’s or cat’s teeth and gums in good condition, but there is only one that will work as a single solution. Surprise!…

  • Mouth Maintenance For Pets

    Jul 25 2017

    Pet’s teeth are designed to last as long as they live. (In the wild, that is!) Sadly, the wild dog and cat’s average life span is about 3 years so…

  • Bats in Orange County, California

    Jun 27 2017

    In California, rabies virus is most frequently detected in skunks and bats. This bat was found outside upstairs from our office in Orange, Ca.  This is why it is important…

  • Pet Vaccination Risk Management

    Jun 23 2017

    Why you should vaccinate your pet. 1. High chance of exposure. 2. The disease has no treatment. (eg. Rabies) 3. By the time the disease manifests itself it’s too late…