It's late August, and while many parts of the country are on the countdown to fall, we know we have a lot of summer left in Texas! With temperatures still soaring, it's important to take precautions to protect our pets from the heat. Unlike humans, our...read more
What is canine bloat?Gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), also known as bloat, occurs when a dog’s stomach becomes blocked, and gas and fluid accumulate, causing the stomach to stretch to many times its normal size. The bloated stomach causes severe pain, and...read more
Your cat's golden years are some of the best! Just like humans, the healthcare needs of our cats change as they grow older. Trophy Club Animal Hospital is here for you in every life stage - our team knows how dear the “golden years” can be and are...read more
February is Dental Awareness Month!Just like in humans, dental health is often over looked or taken for granted. Dental health is a very important aspect for your pet’s overall health. Not only can dental problems be a source of pain for our pets, but poor...read more
The Holidays are a very joyous time of year! It can also be very stressful and busy, and we’d like to give you some Holiday tips to help ensure you have a wonderful and safe Holiday with your pets.Since things are so busy this time a year, it’s always a...read more
Halloween is just around the corner! Halloween is a such a fun holiday, but it can be a source of terror for our furry friends. Here are a couple of safety tips to avoid unwanted scares this Hallow’s Eve:Don’t feed your pets Halloween candy, especially if...read more
It should surprise no one that cats don’t make it to the veterinarian’s office as often as dogs do. Dogs, for all their size and potential rambunctiousness, are generally willing to walk on a leash (or be carried) into the veterinarian’s as often as their...read more
Dr. Patty KhulySunburnGoing to outdoor dog events, camping out, hiking, planning picnics, or simply lounging poolside? Being out in the sun without protection means that sunburn is a possibility.White, light-colored, or sparse-coated dogs are especially at...read more
Food is survival for all species; food provides nourishment for life. Some dogs, however, take this fact of life way too seriously and will eat any and all food or food-related items they can find. This might be dinner on the dining room table, a snack...read more
What is Heartworm Disease?Heartworm disease is caused by the parasite Dirofilaria immitis, a type of roundworm that lives inside the heart and blood vessels of the lungs. Heartworm disease is transmitted by mosquitoes. It is a serious disease that...read more
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