3628 Lynoak Dr. #107, Claremont, CA



Dr. Ken Tudor
Holistic Veterinarian

Traveling for the Holidays? How to Choose a Boarding Facility
November 21, 2018
It’s that travel time of year to celebrate the holidays with family and friends. But Sadie and Max don’t travel well or may not be welcomed guests. Our top recommendation is always a pet sitter that will spend the night with the fur kids. But that doesn’t always work for every family. Sometimes boarding is necessary. So, we want to offer hints for choosing a facility.
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Why Are Dogs So Anxious?
July 10, 2018
In our practice we have no waiting room so there are no other dogs around, our office is carpeted like a home, we spend 15-20 minutes just talking with pet parents to let the dogs roam and adjust and diffuse very calming essential oils. Yet 1/3 of our patients still show anxious behavior-
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July 4-The Disappearing Day for Dogs
July 3, 2018
Shelters and humane societies across the US report that the days after 4th of July celebrations are the worst days for increasing the number of dogs picked up as strays. Many of these dogs will not be reunited with their families because
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How to Select Dog Shampoo
August 29, 2017
Can't I just use my shampoo?
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Why Do Dogs Pant?
May 11, 2016
One of the hardest medical questions I get asked a lot is, why are their dogs panting when they are not exercising? Sometimes the cause is obvious. Other times it is downright mysterious.
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Protect Your Dog From Salt Water Poisoning This Summer
May 3, 2016
Fetch at the beach is one of the best because dogs can exercise vigorously without overheating. But there are some hidden dangers with beach play.
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Anal Gland Health is Important for Your Dog
March 21, 2016
Does your dog scoot her bottom on the carpet? Does he suddenly and violently turn toward his rear or try and chew under the base of his tail? Does she lift her tail and rub her bottom against the couch or recliner? These are all signs that your dog’s anal glands may be full and uncomfortable.
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How Often Should You Bathe Your Dog?
March 14, 2016
How often should dogs be bathed is a frequent question asked by my veterinary clients. And it is a good question, because the answer is “It depends.”
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Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?
February 29, 2016
Your dog eats grass and then vomits a short time after. You think there is something wrong. Maybe your dog has an upset tummy. Let’s look at what we know from scientific studies.
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Do Microchips Help Find Dogs?
February 8, 2016
You have all probably heard stories of pets reunited with their original owners after years of separation because of microchips. But how many lost pets have microchips and are not reunited with their original owners?
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What Causes Tear Staining in Dogs? (Part 2)
February 1, 2016
In the last post we listed the breeds that are particularly prone to this tear staining. In this post we want to talk about how we find out what is causing the staining and how to treat it.
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What Causes Tear Staining in Dogs? (Part 1)
January 25, 2016
Do you have a dog that needs continual cleaning under the inside corner of the eyes, next to the nose? Do crusts sometimes form and cause irritation to the skin in that area? This is a common problem, especially for some breeds.
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