Artemis Animal Clinic

Artemis Animal Clinic Holistic Veterinary Clinic

Owner, Dr.Peggy Larned
Licensed Veterinarian
Specialized in herbs,homeopathy,nutrition
Offer all veterinary services medical,surgical,dental,vaccinations


Every single one. Dogs are family ❤


A cartoon by Joe Dator.



To be a star, you must shine your own light, follow your path, and don't worry about the darkness, for that is when the stars shine brightest ..

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson ~

Artist Eva Melhuish


Keep your babies safe! Remove foxtails from your yard and avoid walking in areas where foxtails grow!

FOXTAILS: They are beautiful and appear harmless, but they can be lethal.

SAFETY TIPS: If your pet is exposed to foxtails, do a thorough inspection afterwards: Brush coat, feel every part of body with hands. Look closely at ears, nose, eyes, underbelly, tail, behind, between toe pads, and underneath collar (foxtails burrow quickly & are hard to see).
Check inside mouth & around lips. Leave NO body part unexamined!

FOXTAIL SYMPTOMS: Continuous sneezing, pawing at & licking an infected area, violent shaking of head, frequently tilting head to the side, scratching at an ear incessantly,
sores or abscesses, swelling, discharge, coughing, and limping.

WHAT ARE FOXTAILS? Foxtail grass (also known as Wall Barley, Spear Grass & other names across the globe). is a type of grass with lethal seed awns (the fox tail- shaped tip of a grass blade containing seeds). Foxtails also refer to the tip of ANY grass going to seed that resembles a fox tail, many of these are a nuisance, but not lethal like Foxtail Grass.

WHERE DO THEY GROW? "Foxtail is common all up and down the West Coast but has also spread across the country, according to the U.S. Forest Service, populating all but seven states: Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. It’s also found throughout most of Canada, as well as in some areas of Mexico.

The w**d tends to grow in grassland areas and is common along roadsides, trails, and areas that include human disturbance, such as dumps. It also grows well along the edges of salt marshes, on flatlands and Western prairies, and in irrigated meadows."—WHOLE DOG JOURNAL




The Wind in the Willows is a children's book by Kenneth Grahame. It follows the characters Mole, Rat, Toad, and Badger throughout their adventures in the English countryside. According to the rules of animal-etiquette, these fellas are taking it easy this season. Who can relate, especially during these last weeks of the year?


Let's take a step back...


Doorkins Magnificat arrived at Southward Cathedral in London between Christmas Day and New Year's in 2008

We were their first loan recipient.  Thank you WEV

We were their first loan recipient. Thank you WEV

➡️ 32 years since a woman could get a business loan on her own…

➡️ 100 years since the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution acknowledged women’s right to vote…

Join us in celebrating National Women’s Equality Day on August 26, and honoring the brave and tenacious women who came before us.

Be sure to for the work we still need to do.

League of Women Voters of Ventura County


You know you hope this happens.... we all secretly do. 😂🤪🤩


Almost thirty people have died and thousands of homes have burned as wildfires have rampaged through Australia, but it is the wildlife that has borne the biggest brunt of the devastation. An Australian ecology researcher has estimated that more than one billion wild animals will die from the ongoing...


K-9 Country Inn Working Service Dogs is a full-service training facility based in Ontario, Canada. At this training facility, the employees train service dogs to meet their handlers’ individual needs via their unique service dog support program. The initial stages of the program include repetitive...


The therapy dogs are using their calming nature to demonstrate that medical procedures are nothing to be afraid of.


The Santa Barbara County Fire Department announced the retirement of one of their Live Scent Search Dogs on Thursday. 


3433 State St, Ste D
Santa Barbara, CA

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 6pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 12pm




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