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Good Dog Nutrition Will Keep Them Away From the Pet Emergency Hospital

Dog Nutrition

It’s not often that we receive cases of malnourished dogs coming to our emergency veterinary clinic. Pet parents are usually very attentive about good pet nutrition and avoid neglecting their friends’ dietary requirements. Loving pet parents try very hard to avoid the need for pet emergency hospital services by giving their dogs the food they […]

Dog Exercise in the Best Parks of Ladera Ranch

Dog Exercise

Experienced pet parents and new pet owners have one thing in common: they want their pets to be happy and adjust well to social life. Pet owners like to take their dogs outside and socialize with other dogs. “A tired dog is a good dog,” or maybe you’ve heard it as “A tired dog is […]

Leaving Your Pet Overnight at a 24 Hour Emergency Vet

24 hour emergency vet

There is nothing nice about a veterinary emergency. Everyone is alarmed, your pet’s life is at risk, you are worried, the specialized team works against the clock to save a life. The only good thing is when the staff walks out and tells you everything is fine, and you can soon take your pet back […]

The Hard Decision to Euthanize

Having to euthanize your pet is a traumatic experience. There’s no denying that. Many pet owners do everything they can to help their household friends overcome whatever situation they face. Still, sometimes, the illness can take a downturn, and euthanasia becomes a viable option to help avoid more pain. We, as veterinarians, love our patients. […]

Coping With Grief After a Pet Dies

Coping With Grief After a Pet Dies

Coping With Grief After a Pet Dies When a pet dies, any family undergoes some of the most challenging times ever. Our household animals are much more than just one more dog, cat, turtle, or hamster. It doesn’t matter the species. We love our pets almost as much as they love us. Losing a loving […]

What a Veterinary Specialist Can Tell You About Parvo in Puppies

Parvo in Puppies

Canine parvovirus Parvo in Pups: Risks, Prevention Our team here at BrightCare includes highly trained professionals like our Veterinary Specialist, Dr. Nguyen. We wish to share with our readers some useful information on the Parvovirus. We try to review common emergencies to educate pet owners on how to react when there is a veterinary emergency […]

An Emergency Vet Helps You Identify Types of Seizures

The last time we met here in our Blog, our emergency vet discussed some vital information on how to help your dog if they have a seizure at home. Some key points to carry on from that discussion are: Seizures are usually the result of neurological complications and other physiological health problems. Your pet’s recovery […]

Emergency Veterinarian Shares Tips to Help With Seizures

Veterinary emergencies always make pet owners feel much anxiety. However, you may not always be able to consult with an emergency veterinarian immediately, or you may have to manage chronic symptoms from your pet’s neurological conditions. Seizures are, unfortunately, a recurring symptom from several neurological and physiological health problems suffered by household animals such as […]

Emergency Vet Tips: Transporting Your Pet During an Emergency

As an emergency vet, Dr. Fazeli, and the rest of the team here at Brightcare Veterinary Group Animal Emergency Room would like to share some tips on how pet owners can transport their beloved pets during an emergency. Unfortunately, there aren’t any centralized animal ambulance services like 911 Emergency services for humans. When there is […]

Dealing With a Dog Emergency at Home: Open Wounds

Dog Emergency

Dog Emergency Care There are several reasons why you should look for professional help to deal with your dog’s emergency. Still, we wanted to guide our readers on what to do at home. You will find this information useful for both before and after taking your pets to the emergency center. Open wounds are undoubtedly […]

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.