Treating Skin Allergies
If your pet is always itching, licking their paws, chewing on their coat or scratching their ears, there’s a good chance they have skin allergies. Skin allergies are often caused… Read more
Is Your Pet Current on Flea/Tick Preventatives?
Did you know that May is Lyme disease awareness month? While this disease isn’t very prevalent in our area, it’s still very important to highlight prevention of Lyme and other… Read more
Even MORE Parasites!?
As the weather begins to warm up, we have to be looking out for more than just worms. Fleas and ticks thrive in the warmth, so your pets are much more likely to encounter… Read more
More Parasitic Worms!
Even though this month is technically just for heartworm, we don’t want to forget about any of the other parasites that commonly cause infections in pets, and potentially in people… Read more
Heartworm Awareness Month
April is Heartworm Awareness Month, and we’re glad to get the chance to highlight the importance of preventing this deadly disease. Heartworms are spread through the bites of infected mosquitos,… Read more
Welcome Dr. Allen!
Kimberling Animal Hospital is very excited to welcome Dr. W. Todd Allen to our hospital. Starting this month, Dr. Allen will be available on a regular basis to provide advanced orthopedic and… Read more
World Spay Day
This important day recognizes the vital role spay (and neuter) procedures play in controlling the pet population. Millions of dogs and cats go homeless each year in our country, but… Read more
Bad Dental Health Bites!
February is National Pet Dental Health Month—which gives us a reason to remind you just how important good oral hygiene is for your pet. But at Kimberling Animal Hospital, every month is… Read more
Pet Steal Your Heart?
If so, it could be a serious problem! With Valentine’s Day this month, it’s important to keep all those heart-shaped boxes of treats out of paw’s reach. Chocolate is extremely… Read more
Why Your Vet is Out for Blood
If you’ve ever brought your pet in for a routine check-up, chances are the veterinarian has wanted to start with blood work—also known as a blood screening or blood panel.… Read more