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Dog Training Tips

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September is Responsible Dog Ownership Month. One of your most important things duties as a good dog owner is making sure that your pup is properly trained. Teaching Fido to obey basic doggy commands is not only crucial for petiquette, but also for safety reasons. A Lewisville, TX vet offers a few tips on training … Read More »

Posted In Behavior, Dog Care

6 Great Ways to Celebrate DOGust

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Today, August 1st, is DOGust: the unofficial birthday celebration for shelter dogs. If you adopted your canine pal from a shelter, read on! A Lewisville, TX vet lists some great ways to celebrate in this article. Treats If there’s one thing all of our canine patients love, it’s treats. Pick up something yummy for Fido. … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General Care

Tips for Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth

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Did you know that brushing your dog’s teeth is one of the best things you can do to protect him from painful—and potentially dangerous—dental problems? Of course, if you try this out of the blue, it may not go so well. We can help! In this article, a local Lewisville, TX vet offers a few … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General Care

Fourth of July Pet Safety

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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 »

Fostering a Pet

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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 »

Keeping Fido Cool

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Summer is just around the corner! One thing for dog owners to be aware of at this time of year is the danger of heat stroke and heat exhaustion. Our canine pals overheat very quickly, but they can’t easily cool down. Read on for some great tips from a local Lewisville, TX vet on keeping … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General Care
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