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  • Pet Safety For The Holidays
    Pet Safety for the Holidays Here are a few reminders for pet safety over the holiday season. Please check with your local vet and know who to call in case of Read more
  • Cats & Carriers
    Cats & Carriers Have you experienced trying to get your cat into a carrier? Many cats dislike going to the veterinarian but getting your cat into their carrier tends to be Read more
  • Why Veterinarians Recommend Bravecto
    Why Veterinarians Recommend Bravecto With one single treatment dogs can experience 12 weeks of flea and tick protection.  Most treatments only provide one month of protection so this can give great Read more
  • Veterinarian Recommended Foods for Dogs
    Picture this… sizes from Chihuahuas to Mastiffs, energy levels from Border Collies to French Bulldogs, endurance levels from Great Danes to German Shepherds, and hair types from Shih Tzu’s to Read more
  • DOG DAYS OF SUMMER
    DOG DAYS OF SUMMER Q&A Summer is fast approaching so please read and pass on to keep your pets safe in the summer heat. Bring lots of water on your walks, Read more
  • Top Websites for Pet Owners
    Top Websites for Pet Owners  Animal Health Petlyhttps://www.petly.com  Your pet’s personal health page keeping medical health records all in one place.  Pets & Parasiteshttp://www.petsandparasites.org  Health tips for protecting your pet and your family against parasites.  Main Read more
  • Don’t Fail Your Exam!
    Don’t Fail Your Exam! In the past, veterinarians stressed the importance of annual vaccinations for keeping pets healthy. While we still feel vaccines are important, we know now that not every Read more
  • Is Your Pet a “Rightie” or a “Leftie?”
    Is Your Pet a “Rightie” or a “Leftie?” Dogs and cats enthrall us with their behavior. We love to watch them play and interact with us and each other. Some of Read more
  • Traveling with your Pet
    Traveling with your Pet  Travel Tips  Before you travel, make sure your pet is healthy. While we would always love to bring our pets along with us, always prioritize your pet’s safety, Read more
  • Open Wide!
    Open Wide! Has your veterinarian recommended a dental cleaning for your pet? If so, your pet probably has dental disease–most pets do. Dental disease is painful, but most pets continue to Read more
  • Cats Need Veterinary Care, Too!
    Cats Need Veterinary Care, Too! We all know the importance of wellness health checks for humans, but what about for cats? Even though most of our pet cats live indoors, they Read more
  • Heartworm Prevention? Forget About It!
    Heartworm Prevention? Forget About It! Heartworm disease is a serious problem in the Lone Star state- 1 out of 37 Texas dogs have been diagnosed with heartworms so far this year. Read more
  • Not All Veterinary Hospitals Are Created Equal
    Not All Veterinary Hospitals Are Created Equal We all want what’s best for those we care about. And choosing the right veterinary hospital is an important part of doing what’s best Read more
  • Pet Safety During Halloween
    Pet Safety During Halloween Halloween is around the corner, and here are some tips on how to make this HOWL-o-ween full of treats and not tricks for your pet. Below are Read more
  • Poisonous Plants and Your Pets
    Poisonous Plants and Your Pets If you are a pet parent, you have probably dealt with your pet chewing on, or even eating, peculiar things. Part of being a good pet Read more
  • Walk it Out!
    Now that Spring is approaching and mild weather is on the horizon, our thoughts naturally start turning to outdoor activities. Chances are your dog is also a little stir-crazy after Read more

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