Our office will be closed on Monday September 1, 2014 in observance of the Labor Day Holiday. We will reopen at our normal business hours on Tuesday September 2, 2014. Please refer to our Emergencies link on our website or call the office number 512-847-5514 to receive information from our answering service on Emergency Hospital Locations. Thank you and have a great weekend!
It is important for horse owners to be able to pinpoint whether their horse(s) have attracted parasites. Horses can pick up internal parasites just by grazing in pastures, and even stables. Such warning signs of parasitic infection would be rough coat, diarrhea, and potbellied condition. This stresses the importance of making sure your horse is examined by a Veterinarian to ensure that they are healthy and receive any treatment that may be necessary.
Does your pet have flea’s? These pesky little creatures ARE roaming year round in warmer climates and can cause significant issues for your pet and your home. It is very important to treat for fleas as outbreaks can cause skin issues including dermatitis and even anemia in your pet. There are several products to treat fleas including the newest Bravecto that treats fleas in dogs for up to 12 weeks.
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There has been questioning rather or not feeding a raw diet to our pets is beneficial. In actuality, feeding a raw diet to our pets can increase the potential of health concerns for both the hands of the feeder and the pet. It is important for pet owners to read the information on the following link regarding feeding raw diets………