If you're considering adding a puppy to your family, you have lots to think about. After all, they do indeed require special love and care. Here, our Dallas vets share some insights about the art of raising a puppy, especially in that critical first year.
Cats often seem like aloof, solitary animals but they are actually very sociable creatures who thrive on building intimate ties with other animals. Below, our Dallas vets discuss getting a second cat as a companion for your first, and how to introduce them to each other.
Our team of veterinarians in Dallas know that repeating appointments to get your puppy vaccinated and have their boosters administered may seem pretty inconvenient, but following your dog's vaccination schedule is incredibly important. This goes doubly for young puppies who are getting their first vaccinations.
When you are considering adding a furry friend to the family you may be stuck between whether you want a dog or a cat. But why not consider raising both? Our New Hope Animal Hospital vets in Dallas offer some information on how to successfully raise a puppy and kitten together and some tips to make it easier.
It is very common for dogs to pant to cool down, but this can be alarming behavior when seen in cats and could be a sign of an underlying health issue. Our Dallas veterinarians provide some reasons your cat might be breathing heavy and when to seek medical care.
If you have a dog then you know that they love to chomp on everything. This means that grass-eating might be a common occurrence for your pup, but is it something you need to worry about? Our Dallas vets talk about dogs eating grass, why they might do it and if it is safe for them to eat.