It is common for loud noises to cause anxiety in our pets. Keeping them calm can be a challenge - but with some patience and dedication, it can be easier than we think to help ease their uncertainty.
Pets typically require a dental cleaning when they start showing signs of dental disease. Some common signs of dental disease in pets include bad breath, yellow or brown teeth, red or bleeding gums, difficulty eating, drooling, and loose teeth.
Dr. Ben Clemmett describes the dangers associated with fleas and ticks for your pets. He explains how setup a prevention plan for your pet.
Dealing with the summer heat in Texas is difficult for everyone, and this includes your dogs and cats. Our vets explain how to make your pet more comfortable during hot temperatures.
As temperatures begin to warm, seasonal allergies flare up in people and their pets. There are many types of allergens that commonly affect dogs, including many different trees, grasses, pollens, environmental molds, microscopic dust mites, and insects – including the infamous flea – to name a few.
Chocolate is toxic to dogs and cats because it contains methylxanthines: theobromine and caffeine. The more chocolate liquor there is in a product, the more theobromine there is.
Congratulations - you've welcomed a new puppy into your home! Here are some best practices for training, socializing, and feeding your puppy.
Four tips to ensure your pet's good health and avoid pet obesity. Our veterinarians provides options to help avoid pet obesity.
A healthy pet is a happy pet! Our vets provide tips to ensure your pet lives a healthy lifestyle.
Dr. Ben Clemmett explains symptoms that are related to storm anxiety and how to alleviate them.