Thank you for placing your trust in our doctors and team members to care for your loved ones. We are committed to providing safe and convenient access to our clinic while dealing with the uncertainty surrounding the spread of COVID-19.
Recently, there has been reports of Canine Influenza in Texas. This is spread from dog to dog, or by contaminated food bowls and surfaces. All Pets Veterinary Medical Center will discuss the recent developments to help you better understand what Canine Influenza is and how to protect your dog.
With the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in Colorado and Washington, last week the Justice Department effectively announced it won’t challenge other states’ attempts to legalize the drug for medical or recreational use. While marijuana is still classified as illegal, there are many individuals who believe these policy changes lay the groundwork for many states to legalize marijuana, especially for medicinal use in humans. In the meantime, debates about whether or not medical marijuana is beneficial for ailing pets are becoming more frequent. The jury remains out regarding the benefits of medical marijuana for pets, but recent news coverage and an increase in the number of pets being treated for accidental marijuana poisonings are raising questions about the safety of marijuana, especially in dogs.