Coming October 18 we will have a drive-thru available at our new Cat Hospital for all of your prescription and food needs.
Maybe you noticed lately that your dog’s breath is not so lovely. Or maybe at your cat’s last visit, the veterinarian saw excess tartar on her teeth. No matter which path brought you to this point, you took the plunge and scheduled an anesthetized dental
According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 80% of canines and 70% of felines begin showing signs of oral disease before the age of 5. There is no doubt that maintaining our pets’ oral hygiene can be a challenge, requiring involvement of both owners and
Who: Senior pets are cats and dogs over 7 years old. What: A senior wellness check is a comprehensive examination. These examinations will check for physical signs of diseases more likely to affect senior animals. History - Detailed history can help your veterinarian detect underlying diseases.
Wishing a Happy Thanksgiving to all our friends and family, including the furry & four-legged! As we give thanks and break bread this holiday, we must not break the rules for our pets. The greatest gift we can give our pets is to keep them
At Spicewood Springs Animal Hospital we believe Halloween should be scary, not veterinary visits! Emotional well-being is important to overall health, and your pet's health is our priority. Some patients experience pre-vet anxiety, so pay attention to your pet's behavior during the commute to the
Halloween is one of the funnest times of the year! Whether you go all out with the decorations and festivities or prefer to sit back and pass out candy, this holiday isn't always a treat for our four-legged companions. Tricky Treats Candy, chocolate, xylitol, and
You may have heard the warnings of a link between increasingly popular grain-free diets and heart disease in dogs. In recent months, cardiologists have documented a rising number of cases of canine dilated cardiomyopathy, or DCM, in dogs eating certain diets, specifically those labeled "grain-free."
Why Preventive Care is Important for Your Pet's Well-Being Spaying and neutering are an important part of preventative medical care in dogs and cats for many reasons. One disease that affects intact female dogs and cats is pyometra, which can be life-threatening if not treated
Both puppies and kittens need practiced socialization! The following recommendations are applicable to puppies 7-16 weeks and kittens 7-14 weeks. Socialization of your young puppy or kitten must be practiced with consideration of the risks of illness and injury, and in compliance with