Are You Missing These Signs That Your Pet Is In Pain?

It can be very easy to miss the signs that your pet is in pain or sick. Dogs and cats have a tendency to hide their pain, making it difficult to properly care for them when they need it the most. But if you know the signs to look for, you can recognize symptoms of […]

Easter Pet Safety Tips

Easter is joyous time for family gathering and celebration.  All of the Easter goodies can pose a risk to your pet’s health.  More pet poisonings are reported during Easter than other times of the year.  With Easter right around the corner we recommend that you take these pet safety tips to help keep your pets […]

Avoiding Snake Bites in Pets

Venomous snakes pose a deadly threat to pets in Texas.  In the warmer months snakes become much more active so the risk of snake bites is much higher.  90% of snake bites occur between the months of April and October.  It is important for pet owners to be careful to safeguard their dogs and cats […]

Spring Pet Health Tips

Spring is in the air! Along with the warmer weather, springtime also means that fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, and other pests, are going to be more prevalent. Here are some spring pet care tips to help you manage a few of these pests. Mosquitos pose a DEADLY threat to dogs and cats! Mosquito bites transmit heartworm […]

February is Pet Dental Health Month

Can you imagine what your mouth would feel like if you stopped brushing your teeth? Good oral health is very important to your health and the same is true for your pets. Keeping your pet’s mouth healthy will help prevent periodontal disease. Up to 85% of pets over the age of 3 will have periodontal […]

10 New Years Resolutions for Pet Owners

The New Year is the perfect time for setting goals and starting fresh. For pet owners out there, shouldn’t we be including our furry family members among our top priorities for the New Year? Having pets has been shown to improve both our physical and mental health, so it is only fair to return the […]

Holiday Pet Safety Tips

  The holiday season is upon us, and as you gear up for festivities it is important to remember to keep these tips in mind to make sure your furry family members stay safe. Be Careful with Seasonal Plants and Decorations – Avoid having any mistletoe, holly, poinsettias, or lilies near your pets. These plants […]

Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

Don’t Let Your Pet Feast on Thanksgiving – It’s tempting to want to treat your pet on Thanksgiving, however human food can make your pet sick. Fatty or spicy food, as well as bones, should not be fed to your furry family members. Turkey can cause pancreatitis which is a very serious disease in dogs. […]

How to Trim Your Pet’s Toenails

  The Importance of Regular Pet Toenail Trimming It is important to keep your pet’s toenails short to avoid offsetting their natural posture and gait. Long toenails will affect their balance and their movement which can even lead to increased joint disease. Overgrown toenails can more easily get broken or catch on something. Ingrown toenails […]

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween is a fun time for children and families but it can be very scary for pets! Follow these tips to keep your furry family members safe and healthy this Halloween. Trick-or-treat candy is not for pets All forms of chocolate are dangerous for dogs and cats. Baking chocolate and dark chocolate are even more […]