Category : Animal Veterinarians McKinney TX

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  • Animal Hospital McKinney TX

Digestive Upset and Visiting the Animal Hospital in McKinney, TX

It seems like the more we know about dog health, the more there is to watch out for. If your dog spends time outdoors, there are dangers that you may not know exist. Locale can be an issue for dogs eating critters that they shouldn’t. In the southern states, your dog could try to eat a lizard or a small frog. These tiny critters can cause digestive upset in your dog and some shots might be required. Even if you don’t live in these areas, keep an eye on what your dog is getting into. If you think your dog has eaten something they shouldn’t have, call Stonebridge Animal Hospital to Read more
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  • Vets In McKinney

What Vets in McKinney Think You Should Use to Bathe Your Dog

At some point, most people want to give their dog a bath. Some dogs will appreciate this time, while others won’t like it at all. However, it is a necessity to have a healthy dog. Keep your dog’s skin healthy by using a shampoo with oatmeal. After working the shampoo into the dog’s skin, let it sit for about 5 minutes. This allows the oatmeal an opportunity to work into the skin, making it healthier. A dog with healthy skin is comfortable, and a dog that’s comfortable is more relaxed and happy. Call Stonebridge Animal Hospital when you need advice Read more
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  • Health Certificate For Pet Travel McKinney TX

Do You Need a Health Certificate for Your Pet When You Travel?

Do You Need a Health Certificate for Your Pet When You Travel? What is a pet health certificate? It is aimed at preventing the spread of disease and you need it when traveling in between states. Prior to your travels you should see your vet. They will do a physical exam to make sure your pet is healthy and that they do not have a contagious disease. It must be signed by a federally accredited vet, your pet needs to be up to date on their vaccines, and it is good for 30 days of travel. Make sure your pet Read more
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Helping Brachycephalics Breathe

By Dr. Ed Mapes Stonebridge Animal Hospital McKinney, Tx Canasta spent a recent night at the emergency clinic where she was on oxygen because she struggled so mightily to breathe. She transferred to our hospital the next morning, and we placed her on oxygen and managed to take radiographs of her throat and chest, and we also drew blood for testing. A quick examination revealed that her nostrils were virtually closed, making the passage of air very difficult (stenotic nares).       These stenotic nares make it impossible for air passage.               Once Read more