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When Your Cat Needs Emergency Care

November 19, 2020 /

Cats have a reputation for being independent, aloof, and carefree. Many are quite the opposite, but they still often prefer to have things their way. But when your feline friend is in the midst of a medical emergency, they need your help – whether they’d normally welcome it or not. Medical emergencies for cats often…

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How to Keep Your Pets Safe on Halloween

October 7, 2020 / Comments Off on How to Keep Your Pets Safe on Halloween

Halloween can be one of the most exciting and fun-filled holidays of the year, but for pets, it’s a bit scarier than you may think. Candy, costumes, candles, doorbells, and decorations may seem harmless to trick-or-treaters, but for furry family members, they can quickly turn into terrifying health hazards. Here are five tips to keep…

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When to recognize pain in pets

It Can’t Hurt: Learning to Recognize When Pets Are in Pain

September 3, 2020 / Comments Off on It Can’t Hurt: Learning to Recognize When Pets Are in Pain

You love your furry family members, so you may think you’d be able to tell right away if they were hurting. But sometimes, the signs can be subtle, confusing, or downright puzzling. September is Animal Pain Awareness Month, making it the ideal time to learn to recognize pain in pets and what to do about…

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Snake Bites in Dogs Require Emergency Veterinary Care

August 4, 2020 / Comments Off on Snake Bites in Dogs Require Emergency Veterinary Care

Whether you prefer to take your pup for a walk or hike to watch the sun rise or set, or get some fresh air, beware of the snakes found here in the Lone Star State. Texas is home to over 105 different species and subspecies of snakes. Only 15 of those are potentially dangerous to…

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As a dog parent, it’s not always easy to determine if your four-legged companion’s injury or illness requires a late-night emergency care visit – or if it can wait until the next morning for your primary care veterinarian. Most pet parents know that fainting, excessive bleeding, toxin ingestion, and breathing difficulties require immediate help, but unfortunately, certain life-threatening conditions do not show such visible signs. That is why we are sharing the five most common canine illnesses and injuries we see in our emergency animal hospital, along with signs and symptoms for you to be aware of in your dog.

When Your Dog Needs Emergency Care

July 13, 2020 / Comments Off on When Your Dog Needs Emergency Care

As a dog parent, it’s not always easy to determine if your four-legged companion’s injury or illness requires a late-night emergency care visit – or if it can wait until the next morning for your primary care veterinarian. Most pet parents know that fainting, excessive bleeding, toxin ingestion, and breathing difficulties require immediate help, but…

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Time Lapse build of our hospital 10-17 to 05-2018

November 8, 2018 / Comments Off on Time Lapse build of our hospital 10-17 to 05-2018

Watch the time lapse video of our new hospital being built. Various different camera angles are used during the construction.

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Now offering therapeutic cold laser

August 23, 2018 / Comments Off on Now offering therapeutic cold laser

We are pleased to announce the addition of cold laser therapy. Although often used as a treatment for musculoskeletal pain, laser therapy can also help: Surgical wound healing Release of painful trigger points Traumatic wound healing Increase the metabolism of specific tissues Immunoregulation Reduce the formation of scar tissue Improve nerve function and nerve regeneration

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Hospital build photographs

January 14, 2018 / Comments Off on Hospital build photographs
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FDA Issues Warning to Dog Owners After 15 Dogs Die From Bone Treats

November 30, 2017 / Comments Off on FDA Issues Warning to Dog Owners After 15 Dogs Die From Bone Treats

The FDA has issued a dire warning about the processed, flavored “bone treats” that are available at most pet stores these days. The administration says they’ve received 68 reports of pet illness relating to the product €” including fifteen deaths. If you’re not familiar, the bones that this announcement is referring to are large, usually…

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