Our 4th annual Kong drive for shelter pets has officially begun! When you purchase any size Kong toy for your pet at our hospital, we will donate another Kong toy to a shelter pet. With your support, we have been able to donate hundreds of Kong toys to Ventura County Animal Services’ Kong Enrichment Program. … Continued
Through mid-December, purchase a Kong for your dog at our office and a shelter pet receives a Kong in return. Thanks to so many wonderful people, Ventura County Animal Services (VCAS) has an amazing Kong enrichment program where shelter pets get to enjoy Kongs stuffed with a treat. Our Kong prices are as follows: Small- $7.00 Medium- $9.66 … Continued
Dine-out at Fire Island Grill in Simi Valley on Wednesday, November 9th and 20% of your bill will be donated to Ventura County Animal Services in honor of Animal Shelter Appreciation Week (November 6th-12th). Present our flier for donation credit.
We would like to take this time to thank and acknowledge all of the volunteers including our own Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT), Suzanne, for selflessly dedicating their time to support causes they believe in. Suzanne volunteers some of her time to the Canine Confidence Crew at Ventura County Animal Services (VCAS). The crew works with dogs who … Continued
Get into the spirit of giving with Casey’s Toy Drive and our Kong Program. Casey’s Toy Drive benefits Mattel Children’s hospital at UCLA and was founded in 2009. This year, we are a drop-off location for this wonderful drive. Casey is from Moorpark who suffers from a very rare and incurable intestinal disease. He is dependent … Continued
April 12th through the 18th is National Volunteer Appreciation Week. We would just like to thank everyone out there who selflessly volunteers their time and efforts to, ultimately, help make this world a better place in whatever way that might be. In honor of this week, we brought baskets filled with treats to the Camarillo and … Continued
Regular fecal testing for parasites is a very important part of keeping your pet and even you healthy. Intestinal parasites are fairly common in pets and there are several different kinds. Some intestinal parasites are microscopic and cannot be seen with the naked eye while some worms can be seen in feces or on a … Continued
Ten percent of pets that appear healthy to their owners and veterinarians during their regular visits actually have underlying disease. Blood and urine tests are types of preventative veterinary care and are crucial in determining the overall health of your pet. Preventative care includes things like regular examinations, vaccines, fecal tests for parasites, blood and … Continued