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Cat & Dog Dehydration

Every dog parent expects their dog's drooling or panting on a hot day, and every cat parent knows their feline can be finicky about drinking water. But in these hot Texas summers, how can we know when our pets are approaching dehydration? Know...

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Fleas Leave Us Alone

The April showers have passed (hopefully), and summer is in sight! We’re thriving… but so are fleas and ticks. Should they pounce onto your pet, these pesky insects can cause mild irritation, like constant scratching, or serious health issues, such...

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Pet Poison Prevention: How to Protect Your Pet

March is Poison Prevention Month! Many of us are aware of some obvious household items are hazardous to our pets’ health: bleach, anti-freeze, etc. But while some items are clearly not meant to be ingested by our furry friends, others in the...

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7 Facts to Know About the Dog Flu

You may have seen news of a canine influenza epidemic spreading across the country. But should you be worried about your pooch? Can your dog pass the flu virus to you? How can you protect your four-legged friend? This first...

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Hot Weather Help: Other Summer Pet Injuries

The Texas heat is coming, and with it the need to guard our pets against heat strokes, burning paw pads and dehydration. As you and your pet venture out for a hike in the greenbelt, jog to the dog park, or even...

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Hot Weather Help: Cat & Dog Dehydration

Hot Weather Help is back for a third week! Every dog parent expects her pet's drooly panting on a hot day, and every cat parent knows her feline can be finicky about drinking water. But in these hot Texas summers, how can we...

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Hot Weather Help: Avoiding Dog Paw Burns

You know the feeling: frantically tip-toeing from your lounge chair to the edge of the pool so the bottom of your feet don’t burn on the hot pavement. But, did you know our pets also have tender toes? Avoid dog paw burns by...

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Hot Weather Help- Pet Heat Strokes

Texas summers get hot, hot, HOT. While it’s easy for humans to express when we’re too tired, hot or thirsty from from the heat, how do we know when it's too much for our pets? Since pets can't exactly speak to us, here’s what...

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