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Tis’ the season to eat holly… a primer on holiday hazards for your pet

Tis’ the season to eat holly… a primer on holiday hazards for your pet.   by Nicolette Zarday, DVM, MPH, Head of Doctor Team Tis indeed the season to eat holly, as well as poinsettias, chocolate, tinsel, ribbon, raisin spice cake, turkey carcasses, whatever is in the garbage can, maybe some leftovers from the table, Read more »

Lilies-Beautiful But Extremely Toxic for Cats

Watch out for lilies that might show up in Valentines and Easter Arrangements this spring! At Adobe, lily toxicity in cats is well recognized by our veterinarians, but many cat owners are unaware of the dangers of these plants. The toxic varieties include Easter lilies, day lilies, tiger lilies, rubrum or Japanese showy lilies, stargazer, Read more »

Do I Need Pet Insurance?

This is a question asked by many Adobe pet owners.  Here’s some information to consider when making that decision. As veterinary medicine becomes more technologically advanced, the cost of care increases because of the higher costs associated with the equipment, facilities and training required to provide these higher-quality services. For some, the cost of care Read more »

Financial Assistance Options For Clients

We know that sometimes our pets get sick when life has decided to throw us other financial curveballs as well.  Our team has compiled a list of different financial resources you can look into to help with this side of pet care.   We suggest you look into as many as possible BEFORE coming in, so Read more »

Canine Influenza-What you need to know

As you may have heard, cases of canine influenza hit the South Bay Area this year. This virus, which is not transmissible to people, usually causes upper respiratory symptoms including coughing and sneezing, nasal discharge, and fever. Less commonly, dogs can become lethargic and, rarely, they can develop pneumonia. Dogs at risk include those who Read more »