It's hot, y'all! Haley and Pugsley are here to remind you to cool down, stay safe, and beat the heat this summer!
March is Poison Prevention Awareness Month, and March 17th-23rd is Pet Poison Prevention Week. We've compiled a list of some commonly-found dangerous plants here in Austin, as well as a list of food and household items that may pose a risk to your pets.
Regular dental cleanings are important to remove tartar from your pet’s teeth before it starts to cause localized or even systemic health issues. But with several options now available, which should you choose?
Adding a new dog to your home is a very exciting time. Some of the first things you’ll want to do with your new addition will be to take them to the pet store and pick out a brand new collar, squishy bed, and the
It’s the 4th of July, and the whole family is in the backyard, grilling, swimming, lighting sparklers, and having a great time. Meanwhile, the dog’s inside, hiding under the bed, panting, trembling, and whining. Sound familiar? According to a recent article in the New York
Spicewood Springs Animal Hospital is excited to announce the addition of a Companion Therapy Laser to our array of pain management services. Cold Laser Therapy or Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is a newer technology that is increasingly being utilized in human and animal medicine
With July 4th happening this weekend, we probably have a lot on our minds; shopping for brisket and beer, finding out the best location to watch the fireworks, or arranging events with friends and neighbors. It’s easy to forget about our furry housemates. July 4th
Summer doesn’t officially start until June 21st but here in Austin, summer seems to take up half the calendar year. With the rising temperatures upon us we need to take extra care to protect our beloved pets from heat related emergencies. Cats and dogs are
With summer months fast approaching, it is an ideal time to get back in the habit of giving your pet their monthly heartworm prevention. Heartworms are spread via mosquito and can infect any animal that is not on regular heartworm prevention. Dogs are ideal hosts
Clicker training is quickly becoming a widely used tool to assist with dog training. The device makes a loud and distinctive click that helps to “mark” the desired behavior. This helps communicate to the dog exactly which behavior you want to encourage and speeds up