When your dog undergoes any surgery, it is important for pet parents to know how to care for them after the procedure. Recovery can seem like a long and frustrating process, but our McAllen vets can provide you with tips on how to care for your dog and manage their pain after surgery.
If your dog chews on and eats just about everything, you might be concerned about potential intestinal blockages. Our McAllen vets who see this serious condition frequently share information about intestinal blockages and the surgical procedure that can address them.
You love your dog and want the best for them, but taking care of your pet's health doesn't need to be complicated. Along with plenty of love and attention, these 6 tips from our McAllen vets can help your dog live a long and healthy life.
Wellness plans and pet insurance are two distinct options to help make your pet’s healthcare more manageable. There are benefits to both options and it's important for pet owners to understand the differences. Here, our McAllen vets explain the differences between wellness plans and pet insurance.
Heartworm disease if left untreated can become a serious and even life-threatening condition for McAllen pets causing heart failure, severe lung disease, damage to other organs, and even death. The disease is most often found in cats, dogs and ferrets. Here, our vets explain why prevention is key.
Ticks are a very common external parasite found on McAllen pets and can spread a number of serious diseases making them dangerous for pets and their families. Our vets are here to tell you all about the signs to look out for and how to keep ticks away from your pets and family.
Getting your pet a yearly fecal exam at your vet is the most effective way to keep your pet's health in check and protect your family from parasites. Routine yearly fecals give your McAllen vet a chance to detect intestinal parasites before they become more serious conditions.