Scripps Parkway Veterinary Hospital

10755-L Scripps Poway Parkway
San Diego, CA 92131

(858)695-9996

www.spvet.com

From recalled food and treats to pollen levels and other pet health concerns, Scripps Parkway Veterinary Hospital is a great resource for information about your pet's health and well-being.  If you have any questions that aren't covered in our web pages, please call us at (858) 695-9996.

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Zoonotic disease dangers present legal risks to veterinarians

When humans contract diseases from their pets, the consequences, in rare instances, can carry legal ramifications for their veterinarians. It's a scenario Dr. ...

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Physical Rehabilitation of Dogs following TPLO

Physical rehabilitation for pets is still a rather new veterinary discipline, as it has only existed since approximately 2000.  However, the discipline continue ...

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Jerky Dog Treats from China may be Associated with Kidney Issues

The chicken jerky treats made in China have been associated with kidney disease for a few years. Ever since the association between these products and illness w ...

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Bones are Unsafe for Your Dog, No Bones about It

(This article was produced by the FDA)You’ve just finished a big weekend family dinner and you are wondering what to do with the bones from the ham and roast, ...

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Catching worms from pets: real risk or far-fetched?

Echinococcus is a less common genus of tapeworm with two zoonotic species: E. granulosus (cystic) and E. multilocularis (alveolar). Dogs, cats and humans can c ...

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Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in Dogs

Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) is caused by Rickettsia rickettsii. This intracellular parasite is transmitted to dogs through the bite of an infected tick. ...

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