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How To Introduce Old Pets To New Pets

How To Introduce Old Pets To New Pets

Congratulations! Your animal family is growing. This is an exciting time for everyone involved. Not only are you getting a new furry animal companion, but your existing pets are also. Just like people meeting for the first time, animal introductions can be awkward, uncomfortable, and sometimes tricky. Of course if at all possible, we always…

Tips for Handling Dog Shed

Tips for Handling Dog Shed

We love our dogs, and even thinking about trading them in for a “hair-free home” isn’t an option for most people. Still, the build-up of dog hair shed on literally every surface of your house can be a nuisance. First, it’s important to remember that this isn’t your dog’s fault. All dogs shed because they…

My Cat Vomits Frequently When To See

My Cat Vomits Frequently: When To See New Hope Animal Hospital

Most likely, all cat owners have seen their cat occasionally vomit. It most cases, it is an isolated event and not a cause for alarm. The cat perhaps ate too quickly or got too playful too soon after eating. But, if your cat vomits frequently, there may be a serious cause that needs medical attention.…

Keeping Your Pet Safe this Winter

Keeping Your Pet Safe This Winter

You are probably aware that hot weather can be tough on pets, but did you know that winter could be equally as dangerous? It’s true – cold weather, ice and snow, and even ice-melting agents can pose health risks to your animal companion. Meanwhile, a bored dog or cat can chew on houseplants, decorations, and…

Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

Everyone enjoys the Thanksgiving season. It’s a time for great food, companionship of family and friends, and sharing good cheer and fellowship. And your pets can enjoy the holidays too. But it can also be a stressful and even dangerous time for your pets unless you are aware of the specific hazards that holiday celebrations…

Pet Diabetes Awareness Month

November is recognized as Pet Diabetes Awareness Month. What exactly does a diagnosis of diabetes mellitus mean for your pet? Glucose (otherwise known as sugar) is an essential energy source for all of the body’s cells. Normally, it is absorbed from food by the intestines and travels through the blood to where it is needed.…

Tips for Caring for Senior Dogs

Pet Care Tips For Senior Dogs

For most of us, a dog is part of the family and can go to any extent to ensure their well-being. Just like puppies, senior dogs need special care. While age may cause difficulties in walking, sore joints, irritability, vulnerability to diseases, dementia, and other conditions, there are still steps any owner can take to…

Nutritional Tips to Keep Your Dog Healthy Cedar Park

Nutritional Tips to Keep Your Dog Healthy

It can be completely overwhelming and frustrating when you are trying to determine the best nutritional needs for your dog. While selecting the best type of food is important for your dog, it is equally important to take into consideration the dog’s age, weight, breed and activity level, not to mention choosing the best nutritional…

Microchips Don't Just Keep Track Of Your Pets Cedar Park

Microchips Save Your Pets Lives

Everyone has heard of microchips, but many owners don’t get microchips for their pets. Their owners may not know where to get them, or think it’s too expensive. They might think it’s just not worth the bother. But one in three pets will get lost during their lifetime, and 9 out of 10 don’t return home. It…

overweight pets our vets are here to help

Overweight Pets: Our Vets are Here to Help

Pet ownership brings a lot of joy into our lives, and our four-legged friends are part of the family. As with any family member, good health is a priority for our pets as well as the human members of the family. Keeping our cats and dogs at a healthy weight is one of the responsibilities…

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