Category: Cat Care

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Fourth of July Pet Safety


America’s birthday is just around the corner. While many major celebrations may be scaled down or cancelled this year, due to the coronavirus, there will still likely be plenty smaller local parties and events. You’ll want to take some precautions to keep your pet safe. This can be a scary—and dangerous—time for our furry friends! … Read More »

Cats and Rattlesnakes


Texas is home to a wide variety of beautiful animals, including some that many of us would rather not have as neighbors … such as rattlesnakes. Rattlesnakes may seem like a bigger issue to dogs than to cats. However, kitties can—and do—get bit as well. A Lewisville, TX vet discusses rattlesnakes and cats below. Local … Read More »

Fostering a Pet


June is Foster A Pet Month. One the silver lining of the Coronavirus pandemic cloud is the fact that many people have taken foster pets in. This is a great chance to help animals in need! Fostering pet can also be a very rewarding and beautiful experience. A Lewisville, TX vet discusses fostering pets in … Read More »

Life Lessons from Fluffy


In the animal kingdom, the owl is usually given the unofficial title of wisest animal. However, while we definitely respect these beautiful, mysterious birds, we do want to note that kitties are also quite the little sages. In fact, we can learn a lot from our feline pals! A Lewisville, TX vet lists some life … Read More »

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5 Ways to Prevent Hairballs


April 24th is Hairball Awareness Day. We know, this isn’t the cutest kitty holiday on the calendar. It’s much more fun to celebrate Cat World Domination Day or Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day. Although hairballs are more or less ‘purr’ for the course with our feline pals, they certainly aren’t fun for either you or … Read More »

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COVID-19 Update: We are OPEN


This is a friendly reminder that we remain OPEN to care for your pets. The extension of the shelter-in-place order does not impact our ability to care for your beloved pets.   We are excited to announce we now are able to perform surgical procedures including dental cleanings, spays and neuters and our grooming services … Read More »

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