Halloween is such a fun time of the year for the whole family. From costumes to candy, there's so much to enjoy! However, it may not be the safest holiday for our furry friends. Chocolate and candy can be harmful for pets to ingest, and there are...read more
Ticks are not just a nuisance, they can carry serious diseases that affect your pet’s overall health and longevity. These parasites can attach to your pets (and your human family members!), feeding on their blood for days at a time and transmitting...read more
The International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM) celebrates Animal Pain Awareness Month every September. Today, we want to give you some signs to look out for the signals that your pet is in some sort of pain. As a rule of thumb, if...read more
Kids and pets alike dread going back to school, despite the fact that it means an earlier breakfast for your chowhound. When schedules are disrupted and your home is empty all day, your pooch may howl for attention, much to your neighbors’ irritation....read more
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
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