In some situations when your dog's tooth is broken or decayed beyond repair, an extraction will be necessary to stop the infection and allow your dog's mouth to heal. Here, our Little Elm vets explain what you can expect if your dog is getting a tooth removed.
Dental problems are easily preventable with routine care, unfortunately by the time most cats are three years old they are suffering from dental disease. Our Little Elm vets share the signs and causes of gingivitis in cats, what the signs are and how it's treated.
Our pets spend a large portion of our lives with us and they better our lives in so many ways. In return, we love and care for our pets really and ensure that they can live a long and healthy life. Today, our Little Elm vets share some ways to ensure that your pet is raised in a happy and healthy environment.
Getting yearly fecal exams at your vet's office is the best way to keep your pet and your family safe from intestinal parasites. Annual fecals give your Little Elm vet a chance to check for intestinal parasites before more serious conditions arise.
Fleas are a common external parasite that can make your pet (and you) miserable! If flea infestations are left untreated, they may even lead to infections. Our Little Elm vets explain early signs of fleas, and what to do if your pet does have fleas.