We're excited to announce the official launch of the Country Creek Animal Hospital blog.We built our practice on the notion that we're there for our clients when they need us and we want our online presence to be a reflection of that principle. We hope this blog provides an extra level of service to our current and future pet owners. Here's to your pet's best health ever!
Spaying and neutering are common procedures that have long-term benefits for pets and their owners. In addition to preventing unexpected litters, these procedures are proven preventive measures against many health problems that your pet may contract.
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We want to take care of our pets as if they’re family. This includes keeping pets at a healthy weight. If you are concerned about your pet's sudden weight gain or loss, it may be time to visit a vet. There is a distinct method that professional veterinarians often use to evaluate the condition of your pet’s body. Based on a 9 point score, we can determine whether or not your pet is overweight or underweight and by how much. However, these scores may mean different things based on the breed of the dog. To determine the score, there are four steps you can do to conclude the state of your pet’s body condition.
Vaccinating your pet can be overwhelming if you are a new pet owner, and for people who have owned pets for some time, managing boosters for your dog, cat, or other pets can be just as difficult. For pet owners in Allen, Texas, our friendly team at Country Creek Animal Hospital strongly encourages that you ask your veterinarian for best vaccination practices and a healthy vaccination schedule. In this blog we’ll give you some quick tips on how to best vaccinate your pet.
Just like people, pets need dental care. Although pets require less time and attention, as their teeth are incredibly durable, has, they can still suffer from periodontal disease, bad breath, and plaque. The best ways to handle your dog or cat’s dental care is to follow these four simple steps.
Taking care of our dogs’ health is extremely important, and a significant part of that care begins with the diet. For dogs and other pets, the most convenient way to feed them is with kibble that’s been engineered to give them the nutrients they need. Whole foods, on the other hand, are prepared by pet owners and dog food companies in small batches and are made from natural ingredients. Is one better than the other? Research reveals some interesting facts.
Every pet owner wants their pet to have the best health and longest life possible. There are many ways to improve the day-to-day health of your dog or cat that can make them happier and stronger. Holistic pet health care supports natural care for pets and consider their individual health needs. In this Country Creek blog you’ll find some tips to improve your pet’s health, holistically.
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