New Year’s Resolutions for Pet Health and Happiness

Making changes is never easier than at the start of a new year. Sure, it can be a challenge to embark on a new running regimen in January (unless an indoor treadmill is available), but general resolutions can lead to great changes throughout the new year. When we make a list, set the stage for change, and commit to better choices, we’re more likely to be successful.

And we’re not the only ones who benefit from new year’s resolutions. No matter what species, breed, age, or lifestyle, overall pet health and happiness can always be improved.


Important Tips for Pet Ear Cleaning

pet ear cleaningTaking good care of your pet involves regular grooming. A good brushing schedule, an occasional bath, and keeping the nails trimmed make it on most people’s to do lists. Cleaning the ears, however, is often forgotten. While some may find it a little daunting, pet ear cleaning is actually a straightforward procedure that anyone can perform. Beverly Hills Veterinary Associates is here to help you get started.

Pet Ear Cleaning Basics

Understanding a little bit about your pet’s ears and why you need to clean them is the first step in practicing good aural hygiene for your furry friend.


Not Always the Best Medicine: The Dirt on Homeopathic Pet Remedies

While the term “natural” appeals to most of us, the push for more natural ways to care for our pets isn’t always in the best interest of our four-legged pals. Things like arsenic and opium are natural, but that doesn’t make them safe for a dog or cat. Homeopathic pet remedies are often ineffective and, in some instances, harmful.

Beverly Hills Veterinary Associates wants to be sure that you have all of the information so that you can care for your pet in the safest and most effective way possible.