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Cats and Rattlesnakes

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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 »

Creating A Dog-Friendly Yard

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Do you have a yard for your dog to run and play in? If so, that’s great! Why not give it a pupgrade, and make it both safer and more fun for Fido? A Lewisville, TX vet offers some tips on how to do that below. Fencing First and foremost, make sure that your fencing … Read More »

The Dangers of Foxtail Grasses

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Did you know that foxtail grasses are extremely dangerous to pets? Foxtail grasses were once only found in the southwest, but they have now spread through the continental US. A Lewisville, TX vet discusses foxtail grasses below. Basics Foxtail grasses go by many names. You may also know them as June grass, Downy Brome, mean … Read More »

7 Ways To Keep Your Cat Healthy

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February is National Cat Health Month! Our feline pals are pretty easy keepers, which is one reason they make such great pets. However, Fluffy does need good TLC in order to thrive. Read on as a local Coppell, TX vet lists some ways to keep your kitty happy, healthy, and purring. Veterinary Care First things … Read More »

Fido’s Golden Years

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Did you know that some dogs become seniors as early as age six? There’s no one set age for Man’s Best Friend to become a senior. It depends a lot on size, as big dogs age more quickly than smaller breeds. However, no matter what type of dog you have, it can be a shock … Read More »

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