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.
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
Your dog's body will have different needs depending on what stage of life they are in. This means that as a senior dog their dietary needs will be different than when they were a puppy. Today our Little Elm vets talk about what the best food to feed your senior dog is and share food recommendations.
At Healthy Paws Veterinary Center, we frequently see and treat dogs that are experiencing various skin conditions. Today, our Little Elm vet dermatologists discuss skin conditions in dogs and how pet dermatology can help with diagnosing and treating the issue.
Tooth resorption is a condition that can affect nearly half of all adult cats. Unfortunately, this painful condition can often go unnoticed and untreated. Today, our Little Elm vets discuss the symptoms of tooth resorption in cats and treatment options for your feline friend.
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.
If your cat is experiencing dental disease or other oral conditions it could be quite painful and may interfere with everyday tasks such as eating. Here, our Little Elm veterinary dentists talk about cat dental care and ways that you can help prevent dental disease.