The pandemic has made it so most of are spending more time with our pets—which is great. However, that also might mean more walk time for them in cold and icy winter weather. A few things to remember: Grooming matters! You don’t want to shave long-haired dogs, but you should keep coat and paws trimmed … Read moreIce, Ice Baby
Vaccinations have become a hot topic—but when it comes to your pets, vaccinations don’t need to be controversial or complicated. As veterinarians, we know that vaccinating your pets is one of the best, least expensive ways to protect their health. The core vaccines not only prevent illnesses with a high fatality rate, the also protect … Read moreWhat Vaccinations Does Your Pet Really Need?
Our Dental Special ends Feb. 28th! Just like humans, when pets don’t get regular dental care, it can be a mouthful of trouble—we’ve seen it firsthand. It’s not just about bad breath: left untreated, periodontal (dental) disease results in gum infections, tooth loss, problems eating, and severe pain. At later stages, bacteria can travel to … Read moreBrush Up On Your Pet’s Dental Health Now!
We know this has been a challenging year for almost everyone—and pets are no exception. So we hope you’ll open your heart and donate to our Kimberling Cares Holiday Supply Drive for the pets at the Tri-Lakes Humane Society in Reeds Spring. Each year this hard-working shelter cares for hundreds of area pets who often, through no fault of … Read moreBe Santa Paws For Homeless Pets
Preparing Your Pets for Holiday Guests & More The holiday season may be a little different this year, but chances are you’ll be having more people in your home than you’ve had in a while. Even the most extroverted pet can become anxious or frightened by the sudden arrival of new people, and especially if … Read moreWho IS That Masked Man??
We’re thrilled to announce that Dr. Henry and our Kimberling team are now able to offer PRP, or Platelet-Rich Plasma, therapy to treat joint disease and injuries, promote healing, and reduce recovery time in dogs and cats using their own blood. What exactly is PRP? It’s a super-concentrated mix of platelets and other growth factors that … Read morePRP Therapy is Cutting-Edge but Minimally Invasive
As part of your family’s trusted healthcare team we are remaining open to serve your pets, but with changes to our procedures so we minimize contact and reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus. Enhanced Cleaning: As always, having a clean hospital is a priority. However, we have ramped up the regular sanitizing of all … Read moreWe’re HERE and We CARE!
Walking your dog may be the bright spot of your day, especially when so many of us are sheltering in place. But whether it’s to get away from your family or get your pet some much-needed exercise, spending time outdoors means an increased exposure to parasites. These pests aren’t just annoying: fleas can transmit tapeworm … Read moreFleas and Ticks Don’t Shelter In Place!
What Does It Mean for Your Pets? The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is reporting that a tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York has tested positive for the novel coronavirus. It is believed the animal got the disease from a human caretaker, and the tiger is expected to recover. What we know about … Read moreA Tiger At a U.S. Zoo Tests Positive For the Coronavirus
Our Hospital is Open With Precautions in Place to Keep You & Your Pets Safe As part of your family’s trusted healthcare team we are remaining open to serve your pets, but with significant modifications made to our operations to minimize contact and risk of spreading the Coronavirus. A Special Message From Dr. Henry Regarding … Read moreCoronavirus Updates