Many dog owners would prefer to take their pups with them on all of their extended trips, but sometimes this simply isn't possible. Here, our San Angelo veterinarians share the best places to leave your dog while on vacation.
In a perfect world, we would be able to spend all day relaxing, playing and snuggling with our beloved companions. Unfortunately, we have things like work and errands that require our attention. Here, our vets in San Angelo talk about what to do with your dog while you are gone, how long you can leave your dog alone and how pet boarding can help ease your mind.
If you are going somewhere for an entire day or more and leaving your pet behind, you might be wondering what options you have in getting them taken care of. Here, our San Angelo vets discuss medical boarding facilities and why they might be the right choice for your pet.
If you're planning a trip but you don't want to leave your feline companion at home, you might be wondering how you can safely take them with you on your trip. Here, our San Angelo vets share some tips on how to travel with a cat safely and stress-free.
Finding the right place to leave your pup when you're going away can be stressful. In this post, our San Angelo vets explain what you should look for in a boarding facility for your dog and what you can expect.
No pet parent likes to see their furry friend feeling the uncomfortable effect of constipation, but what can you do to help? Our San Angelo vets talk about the causes of constipation in dogs, the signs and what you can do to help your pup feel better.
Most of us know that chocolate is toxic to dogs, but did you know that cats can't have chocolate either? There are lots of tasty foods that we love that our feline friends simply can't eat (even if they beg)! Today, our San Angelo vets discuss chocolate toxicity in cats and what to do if your kitty gets into your chocolate stash.
Much like their pet parents, dogs can experience anxiety and depression from time to time. If you think that your dog is feeling anxious or blue the good news is that you may be able to help your dog feel better with these tips from our Western Veterinary Hospital vets.
Western Veterinary Hospital is accepting new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of San Angelo companion animals. Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.