Category: Dog Care

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Disaster Prep For Pet Owners

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September is Natural Disaster Preparedness Month. We know, 2020 has already been exhausting. However, that doesn’t mean that we are safe from fires, floods, hurricanes, and other natural disasters. In this article from Fairfield Animal Hospital, your Cy-Fair animal hospital, a local veterinarian offers a few helpful tips on getting your pet ready for an … Read More »

Protecting Your Dog From Rattlesnakes

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Texas is home to an amazing variety of wildlife. That natural biodiversity is just one of the many reasons we love living in the Lone Star State. However, not all of Texas’ wild inhabitants are friendly. In fact, one particular critter, the rattlesnake, can be deadly to both people and pets. In this article from … Read More »

Beach Hazards for Dogs

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Are you planning to take Fido to the beach this summer? Many of our canine pals love getting a chance to run and play in the surf. However, the beach can be dangerous for both people and pups … even those who are good swimmers! In this article from Fairfield Animal Hospital, your Cy-Fair animal … Read More »

National Dog Party Day

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There’s a fun holiday around the corner. June 21st is National Dog Party Day! There’s certainly been more than enough bad news this year. It’s a nice change to focus on something more fun and lighthearted. Dogs are definitely something to celebrate. Their love, loyalty, and friendship are all precious gifts. In this article from … Read More »

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Helping Fido Beat The Heat

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Summer is coming up fast! This time of year can be rough on our canine pals. After all, Fido is wearing a fur coat! You’ll need to make sure your pet doesn’t get too hot. In this article from Fairfield Animal Hospital, your Cy-Fair animal hospital, a local vet offers some tips on helping your … Read More »

Pet First Aid Awareness

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April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month! We know, it’s hard to even think of your beloved pet getting injured. Unfortunately, accidents do happen sometimes. Hopefully it goes without saying that if your furry friend is ever injured, you’ll need to take them straight to your vet or the nearest emergency clinic. However, you … Read More »

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