Antifreeze Poisoning in Pets

A black and white dog in heavy snow

This time of year brings cold weather, which brings a unique set of dangers to our pets. Understanding these wintertime hazards can help you to better protect your four-legged family. One frosty, but serious, danger during this season is antifreeze poisoning in pets. Beverly Hills Veterinary Associates thinks that it is essential for pet owners to understand this deadly winter toxin so that they can avoid trouble.


Top 5 New Year’s Resolutions for Pet Parents

A Jack Russell wearing a Happy New Year hat

Beginning the new year off with intention is a great way to stay motivated throughout the entire year. So, why not start your pet off on the right paw in 2023? Improving diet, encouraging more exercise, and implementing other healthy habits can help them have a great year.

Setting pet resolutions can improve your pet’s quality of life. Here are our top five New Year’s resolutions for pet parents.


Help, My Dog Ate Chocolate!

A dog begging for chocolate.

Most dog lovers have some inkling that they are not supposed to feed their pet chocolate. Many have had the experience of sharing a small amount, though, without ill effects. At Beverly HIlls Veterinary Associates, our clients often ask how serious chocolate toxicity really is. So what does chocolate do to dogs actually, and if your dog ate chocolate, how worried do you need to be? Keep reading to find out.