The Siberian Husky is a breed that loves life. In addition to being happy and affectionate, he’s a working dog but not a guard dog. The dense coat makes this breed great for cold climates. However, they can thrive in warmer climates as well. We will discuss this breed to help you determine if it is the best fit for you and your family.
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Animal health and human health are inextricably connected. When your pet has a medical condition, All Pets may prescribe one or more medications to manage, treat or cure the problem. While there are some veterinary-specific drugs, many of the drugs in veterinary medicine are the similar to human medicine. We will discuss human medicine vs. pet medicine. In addition, we will answer the common question, “What human medicines are dangerous to pets?”
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A key part of being a pet owner is vaccinations. Vaccines prevent your dog from contracting serious diseases and other issues that may otherwise cut their lives short. The Distemper Parvo vaccine for dogs is essential because it contains preventatives for some of these serious illnesses.
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The poodle breed is elegant, proud and clever. Poodles are impressive dogs, as the many best-in-show winners from this dog breed can attest. However, behind this show winner breed, you will discover an affectionate family dog with an ancient history and many talents. Therefore, we will discuss this breed to help you determine if it is the best fit for you and your family.
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World Rabies Day takes place each year on September 28. This day is to help raise awareness on the importance of the rabies vaccine for both dogs and cats. Rabies is a fatal disease without treatment. This virus is transmitted through saliva (typically bite wound or scratch) from an infected animal to another animal or human. We will discuss the rabies vaccination and the importance of getting your pet vaccinated.
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Happy Thursday everyone! Here’s a little #tbt photo gallery to the St. Francis Blessing of the Animals event our team attended back in 2016!
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German Shepherds are fierce but friendly dogs that have a calm confidence that may seem kind of aloof. However, when in need, a German Shepherd is instantly ready to protect, play a game or perform a task — in some cases as a guard dog, police dog, herder or seeing eye dog. Therefore, we will discuss this breed to help you determine if it is the best fit for you and your family.
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August 15 National Check the Chip Day. Statistics show that approximately 10 million dogs and cats find themselves lost each year. Many companion animals now have happy reunions with those they love thanks to microchipping. However, the implant can only be of help if the information it contains is current. As a remind to get your canine or feline companion microchipped and to keep the data up-to-date, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) have teamed up to create National Check the Chip Day
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July is Pet Hydration Awareness Month. Extreme Texas heat places our pets in serious danger of heat exhaustion, dehydration and heat stroke. Therefore, we have put together a few essential factors to know about pet hydration.
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Collies make great family dogs, as they are devoted to the entire family, eager to please, house-train easily and need less grooming than you might think. They’re also energetic outside and calm inside. We will discuss this breed to help you determine if it is the best fit for you and your family.
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