Yorba Regional
Animal Hospital

8290 E. Crystal Dr.
Anaheim, CA 92807

Phone : (714) 921-8700

Fax : (714) 283-1262

Appointments Available 7 Days A Week

Veterinarian Staffed for Emergencies 24 Hours Including Holidays.
Walk-ins & urgent care welcome. We offer evening and Sunday hours.
Appointments are encouraged for non-emergency visits.
Appointments offered until 8 pm on weekdays and 6 pm on weekends.


Pet Care: The Best Tips For Your Pets

Are you giving your pet the best care? Many people believe that pets only need to be taken to see a veterinarian when there is something drastically wrong with them. Some think only vaccines are needed yearly. How often do our pets need to see the veterinarian? What kind of maintenance can we do at home to keep up with our pet’s health care? Keep reading to find out!

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Feline Flea and Heartworm Protection

Preventative medicine is important in managing the cost of caring for your pet. Keeping your feline free of heartworms, fleas and other parasites is much cheaper, easier and safer than treating them for a full-blown disease.

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How to Stop House-Soiling Cats

To have a cat urinating or defecting in your home outside of his littler box is one of the must frustrating things about being a cat owner.  However, there are a few things you can try to stop house-soiling cats that will save you heartache.

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Signs of Canine Stroke

The chances of a stroke occurring in a dog is less common compared to humans, but the damage and condition is just as serious. There are three main forms of canine stroke and it is important for dog owners to be aware of the signs, causes and course of action to ensure the health of the pet.

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Canine Noise Aversion

Canine noise aversion and noise anxiety comes in all forms and severity levels and affects over 1/3 of dogs.  When trying to recognize canine noise aversion, first recognized the trigger and sounds that trigger a fear response.

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Canine Parvovirus Prevention

Canine parvovirus is a deadly virus that attacks the gastrointestinal tracts of dogs and puppies.  Infection by the virus is life threatening and highly contagious for unvaccinated puppies and immunocompromised of unvaccinated adult dogs.   Once infected, survival is not guaranteed and the infected is at risk of serious illness.  Although the infection can have severe and life threatening effects, the disease can be prevented with vaccinations from a veterinarian and prevention methods.

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Chestbone Deformity in Dogs

Chest Deformity is also known as pectus excavatum. In this situation, the sternum and costal cartilages are deformed and do not grow properly.  There is a horizontal narrowing in the chest. This causes a narrowing in the chest minimizing space for organs such as the heart and lungs. Outwardly, the chest will appear to be flat or concave instead of convex like it should be.

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Signs Your Cat is in Pain

Most cat owners already know how good felines are at hiding their pain.  Knowing your cat is in pain takes detailed observation to signs. Because cats are by nature hunters, hiding pain illness or injury is part of their survival tactic. Cats will also hide and keep to themselves when not feeling well

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Holiday Pet Safety Tips

Holiday Safety Tips With the holidays coming up, many pet owners will be including their pets in most of the family festivities. It's important during this time to try and maintain a regular schedule and routine to your pet's eating and exercise habits. Basic holiday safety tips for your pet include keeping pets away from unhealthy treat, toxic plants decorations.

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8 Easy Home Remedies for Dogs

Having these 8 items at home can help provide immediate and simple relief for minor health complications. Home remedies can save you a lot of trouble and provide instant relief for some cases. Keeping these items at home for home remedies will provide your dog some much needed and  in some cases natural relief.

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