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    When you come home after a long day, your pet is always there to greet you enthusiastically. Just like that – with a few wags of the tail, a wet, slobbery kiss or that deep, throaty purr – the stress of the day begins to just melt away. Our pets give so freely of themselves, loving us unconditionally and offering us their unwavering loyalty, asking nothing in return other than a small amount of our love and attention. Nobody understands the special bond you share with your four-legged family member like the team at our hospital!

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    Will Your Dog Be Safe on the Fourth?

    Jul 01, 2014

    The Fourth of July is only a few short days away. Are you aware of the various hazards that could face your dog this holiday? Prepare yourself by reading on as your Long Beach veterinarian discusses the most common hazards. … Read More »

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