There are a lot of things to consider when caring for a newborn kitten. Today, our White Settlement veterinarians discuss how to care for a baby kitten, what can go wrong, and when you should take them to the veterinarian for the first time.
You're out walking your dog on a beautiful day when they suddenly stop and refuse to move. Today, our White Settlement vets discuss why this might happen and what you can do about it.
Giardia is a parasite that can infect humans, dogs, and cats, causing symptoms such as diarrhea and stomach upset. Today, our White Settlement veterinarians discuss how to tell if your cat has Giardia and what you can do to help resolve symptoms and prevent family members and other pets from becoming infected.
It's an exciting time! Your new puppy is all set to accompany you home. You've gathered all of the necessities and scheduled your new puppy's first appointment with the veterinarian. Our White Settlement veterinarians explain what to expect at your first appointment and what to bring with you.
Our old cats are living far longer and becoming super senior cats thanks to advancements in veterinary care and medicine, pet nutrition and diet research and development, and information accessibility for pet owners. Our White Settlement veterinarians discuss what to expect as your cat ages and offer advice on how to care for a senior cat today.
Finding a good veterinarian is not as easy as it seems, and you might not know how good was your choice until push comes to shove. Handling routine tasks and diagnoses is different from facing a patient with a complicated, hard-to-diagnose issue. Today, our White Settlement vets discuss seven signs to look out for in a great vet.
Heart disease is a serious medical condition in cats where an abnormality of the heart is present. When left untreated heart problems can lead to congestive heart failure. Here, our White Settlement vets share the types, symptoms, and treatments for heart disease in cats.
Lyme disease is a tick-borne illness that affects both humans and pets across the United States. While many dogs carry Lyme disease without showing symptoms, others can experience a variety of debilitating side effects. Some of the causes, symptoms, and treatments for Lyme disease in dogs are discussed by our White Settlement veterinarians.
Periodontal disease and tooth decay affect dogs just as much as they do humans. As a result, brushing your dog's teeth is an important part of maintaining his overall health. Today, our White Settlement veterinarians offer some advice on how to clean a dog's mouth and keep his teeth clean and healthy.