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Our White Settlement veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Signs That Your Cat is Overweight

Signs That Your Cat is Overweight

If you think your cat is extra cute and cuddly because they are a little overweight, you should know that those additional pounds can have a serious impact on their health and overall wellbeing. This is why our vets in White Settlement are here to discuss the ways you can tell if your cat is overweight, the factors that contribute to weight gain, and how you can get your kitty back to a healthy weight.

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Signs Your Pet Needs Emergency Care & What To Do

Signs Your Pet Needs Emergency Care & What To Do

Pets are good at hiding pain and illness so it isn't always easy to tell if your pet needs emergency care. Here, our vets in White Settlement talk about the signs your pet will display when they need emergency vet care and what you should do in a veterinary emergency.

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Heatstroke Symptoms in Dogs

Heatstroke Symptoms in Dogs

We know it's fun and exciting to be outside especially when it is hot out. However, if you plan on spending time outside with your dog this summer you have to be aware of the signs and symptoms of heatstroke in dogs. Our White Settlement vets explain these signs with you today.

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Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are rarer in cats than they are in dogs however, senior cats can develop more issues in their urinary tract that resembles the symptoms of a UTI. In this blog, our vets in White Settlement discuss the causes and symptoms of UTIs in cats and how you can help them.

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Why Is Dog Dental Care Important?  How To Clean Your Dog's Teeth

Why Is Dog Dental Care Important? How To Clean Your Dog's Teeth

Periodontal disease can seriously impact the health of dogs and humans. This makes brushing and caring for your dog's teeth a very important part of their oral and physical health. Today the White Settlement vets go into detail about the importance of dog oral care and discuss ways you can keep your dog's mouth healthy and clean.

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What Do Vets Do During Routine Pet Checkups?

What Do Vets Do During Routine Pet Checkups?

Veterinary checkups are also known as routine wellness exams for pets and they are your cat or dog's best opportunity to achieve long-term health and a high-quality life. However, you may be asking yourself, what happens at pet checkups to make them so important for my pet? Today our Front Worth veterinarians answer that question.

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The Best Food For Dogs With Food Allergies

The Best Food For Dogs With Food Allergies

Food allergies aren't common among dogs however, when they do occur the symptoms can be trying for both the dog and their owners. Today the White Settlement vets discuss the best foods that can help alleviate the symptoms brought on by your dog's food allergy.

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Routine Vet Exams - Why Are Regular Veterinary Checkups Important?

Routine Vet Exams - Why Are Regular Veterinary Checkups Important?

Routine veterinary exams assist in keeping your pet healthy by providing your vet with the opportunity to give your cat or dog a checkup, look for any early signs of illnesses and monitor their overall physical health. Here our White Settlement vets give you more information on when you should bring your fury friend in for a checkup and what to expect.

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What qualifications should I look for in a vet?

What qualifications should I look for in a vet?

You love your pet and want to be sure that the vet you choose has the right qualifications to provide the veterinary care that your animal needs. So what qualifications should you look for?

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Preventing Heartworm Disease in Pets

Preventing Heartworm Disease in Pets

Heartworm disease is a serious condition that can result in heart failure, severe lung disease, damage to other organs and even death for pets in White Settlement. The disease is typically found in cats, dogs and ferrets. Here, our vets explain why prevention is key.

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