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What Causes Neurological Problems in Cats?

The saying we are all so familiar with says that dogs are a man’s best friend. However, cats can’t be left behind. While pet cats display affection differently than dogs, cats can bond just as strongly to their humans as dogs. At Brightcare Animal Neurology, as pet parents ourselves, we know that having a pet […]

What Are the Signs of Kidney Failure in Dogs?

It is very normal for dog owners to feel overwhelmed in the first weeks and months with their new addition. The vast majority of overwhelming issues related to puppyhood can be resolved with training and time. Honestly, as a pet parent, you will always be concerned about your dog at all stages of their lifetime; […]

Is Catnip Safe for Your Cat?

Is Catnip Safe for Your Cat?

As animal lovers, we all know that cats and dogs are completely different; however, both cats and dogs have won our hearts over becoming important, beloved members of our families. Cats, unlike dogs, may regard their owners simply as convenient providers of shelter and delicious wet food and will spend hours away from home, only […]

What Should You Consider When Choosing an Insurance Plan for Your Pet?

Pet insurance, just as human insurance, is always a touchy subject. The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reviewed its policy on pet insurance in 2019. The AVMA recommended veterinarians educate clients and pet owners about animal insurance. We are not preparing this article to promote any providers or encourage our clients to get such products; […]

Can Supplements Help Prevent Veterinary Neuro Problems?

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Pet owners might be familiar with the importance of supplements. We use them to get the necessary amount of vitamins, minerals, and other elements necessary to improve our overall health. However, human supplements are not the same as animal ones. Different species have unique dietary requirements, and some ingredients found on human supplements can be […]

A Veterinary Neurology Guide to Pet & Dog Seizures

Dog seizures are, in Veterinary Neurology, a series of sudden and uncontrolled electrical impulses in the brain. We want to prepare a guide that explains some reasons behind these uncontrollable behaviors. Pet owners should know what to expect from these episodes, why their pet has them, and which veterinary neurological problems usually result in the […]

What to Do if a Veterinary MRI Reveals Brain Tumors

Hello again. We want to welcome back our readers to this article continuing the series on how our veterinarian neurologist, Dr. Gorgi, uses advanced imaging such as a veterinary MRI to discover abnormal masses within your pet and treat them accordingly. We discussed before how we, as veterinary specialists, go about diagnosing these health complications. […]

Veterinary Neurology Specialists Diagnosis and Treatment of Tumors in Pets

In our field of expertise, we do all that is possible to help household pets recover from severe health complications. Veterinary Neurology focuses on managing and correcting, whenever possible, complications with your pet’s central and peripheral nervous systems. Many conditions are requiring the intervention of specialized veterinarian care. Consider our profession as a means to […]

A Pet Neurologist Talks Supportive Care

Sometimes, the best thing we can do is managing the symptoms and making your pet’s life as comfortable as possible. A pet neurologist might not always be able to offer a complete solution to your pet’s neurological conditions. Some animals can be diagnosed with incurable health problems and pet owners. Saddened as they may be, […]

How Does a Dog’s Neurologist Treat Encephalitis?

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Dog’s Neurologist Any dog neurologist will do their best to help a patient with encephalitis. Still, encephalitis is a very complicated neurological condition because many patients show clinical signs similar to other problems. A veterinary neurology specialist may need to analyze cerebrospinal fluid to identify the disease accurately. Encephalitis in dogs results in the inflammation […]

COVID-19 Alert

BrightCare Veterinary Group takes the safety of our staff and clients very seriously. We continue to monitor the changes related to COVID-19.

BrightCare has enacted specific protocols as recommended by the CDC in order to stay open as an essential business for our community.

• Only essential staff are allowed in the building as our lobby is closed to clients.
• Our facility has enacted curbside check in and check out. Please call 949-716-9270 upon arrival. Inform the staff of the make, model, and color of your vehicle.
• Wait in your vehicle as a staff member will be out to come get your pet. Continue to stay in your vehicle until you are instructed further.
• All persons entering our facility are required to wear a face covering.
• Maintain social distancing guidelines of 6 feet when able.
• If you are sick, we request that another individual bring your pet for you. Our staff members can communicate with you via phone and email.

Thank you for your patience during this unprecedented time.