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The Importance of Spaying and Neutering Your Pet

At Summit Veterinary Hospital and Kennels, one of the most common procedures we perform is surgery to alter pets. Our Los Gatos animal hospital performs spay and neuter surgeries that Read More

Pet Boarding Services

You've got the plane tickets, the room, and a plan, now all you need to do is figure out who will care for your pets while you're away. Your pets Read More

What You Need to Know About Spay and Neuter

Do you ever worry about what you will do once your pet reaches sexual maturity and starts having the natural desire to reproduce? Currently, our country has a pet overpopulation Read More

Pet Grooming FAQs

Is your pet new to pet grooming? At Summit Veterinary Hospital in Los Gatos, CA, a vet on our veterinary team can help you with questions you might have about Read More

Laser Therapy

If your pet needs relief from pain and inflammation, consider pet laser therapy. The non-invasive procedure means pets can receive help without the need for invasive surgery or drugs. At Read More

Signs Your Pet Has Allergies

Discomfort caused by pet allergies is usually easy to notice. But these symptoms can be difficult to diagnose and treat properly. Unlike humans, our furry friends can't tell us what Read More

5 Signs It May Be Time to See a Veterinary Dermatologist

Like humans, pets can develop skin problems, affecting their quality of life. While pet owners may easily notice skin conditions such as mange, some skin conditions are not apparent unless Read More

Why Dental Hygiene is Important For Pets

One of the most common diseases suffered by cats and dogs is periodontal disease. Pets have the same dental problems that people do. Just as dental hygiene is important for Read More

Pet Eye Infections

Pet Eye Infections Treated by a Los Gatos, CA, Veterinarian You don't ever want to see your pet suffer. Unfortunately, some issues are beyond your control, and the best course of Read More

The Benefits of Pet Teeth Cleaning

Studies show that only two percent of pet owners brush their pet’s teeth. This is unfortunately why periodontal disease is so common in pets. It appears in two out of Read More

Pet Vaccinations

Vaccines protect pets from a variety of fatal conditions such as rabies. If you’d like to learn more about vaccines and which ones are right for your pet, it’s wise Read More

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