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Our Little Elm veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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What You Should Know About Dog Grooming

What You Should Know About Dog Grooming

If you have a dog you will know how quickly their fur can get out of control and dirty. The easiest way to ensure that your dog stays clean and comfortable is with regular bathing and grooming. Our Little Elm vets talk about the dog grooming basics and anything that you may need to know about successfully grooming your pup.

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Cat Overgrooming: How To Stop Excessive Grooming

Cat Overgrooming: How To Stop Excessive Grooming

There are a number of potential causes behind cats grooming more than necessary which can cause further issues. Today, our Little Elm vets discuss cats overgrooming and what the causes could be behind it and how you can stop this excessive grooming behavior.

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Ear Infection in Dogs

Ear Infection in Dogs

Ear infections are one of the most common ailments that our vets see here at our clinic. Fortunately, most ear infections in dogs are easy to treat if caught early. Here, our Little Elm vets share some of the signs of dog ear infections, and what to do if your dog's ears aren't as healthy as they should be.

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Cats and Colds: Can They Get Them and What To Do For Them

Cats and Colds: Can They Get Them and What To Do For Them

While we may not realize it, cats just like any creature can become ill and be susceptible to colds. Our Little Elm vets talk about colds in cats and what you can do if your cat happens to catch a cold.

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Is your cat overweight? Signs & Symptoms

Is your cat overweight? Signs & Symptoms

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. 

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Signs Your Pet Needs Emergency Vet Care

Signs Your Pet Needs Emergency Vet Care

Sometimes it can be hard to tell if your pet is in need of emergency or urgent care. Here, our Little Elm vets share some of the typical signs that your pet needs emergency vet care and what you should do if that situation arises.

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Can a Dog Have a Reaction to the Bordetella Vaccine?

Can a Dog Have a Reaction to the Bordetella Vaccine?

Most dogs are social and spend at least some of their time in social environments, whether it is at the dog park, groomers or at doggie daycare. Today, our Little Elm vets discuss the importance of having your dog vaccinated and if your dog can have a reaction to the bordetella vaccine.

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Pet Wellness Exams: How Often Your Cat or Dog Needs a Checkup

Pet Wellness Exams: How Often Your Cat or Dog Needs a Checkup

When it comes to the lifelong care of your beloved companion, routine vet care is essential. But how often should you take your dog or cat to the vet? Our Little Elm vets discuss pet wellness exams, the care your pet will receive and how often you should bring your dog or cat for a checkup.

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Why Does My Indoor Cat Need Vaccines?

Why Does My Indoor Cat Need Vaccines?

All cats regardless of age or location will need certain vaccinations in order to help protect them from a variety of serious diseases, this includes indoor cats. Our vets in Little Elm share some information about why indoor cats need vaccines and what 

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Why Does My Dog Eat Everything?

Why Does My Dog Eat Everything?

Dogs are notorious for chewing on everything and yes, even eating things that they really shouldn't. In today's post, our Little Elm vets share some reasons why dogs sometimes eat everything in sight and ways that you can help curb the habit.

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