Pet of the Month for May 2021

Remi and River are litter mates that were housed together. They are happy, energetic Labrador Retriever mixes. Their owners noticed some GI upset after some yard maintenance where Sago Palms were recently trimmed. Dr. Farrell spoke with their parents and recommended checking some blood work as Sago Palms are very toxic to dogs. Both pets did have acute kidney failure and were put on medication to remedy the issue. They are now both on the road to recovery!

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Pet of the Month for April 2021

Meet Garth! Garth was rescued from the New Braunfels Humane Society. He’s a very lovable cat. He likes to be held like a baby or just be in his owner’s lap a lot of the time! He also loves to dig and use her plants as a litter box! Oh Garth! His mom has discovered lately that he’s quite the bird hunter. It’s very difficult to get any reading or painting done when he’s around, but she can always count on him to show love and kindness. Garth was hospitalized with us due to a urinary blockage. Male cats can easily develop obstruction of the urethra which is the tube draining urine from the bladder out of the penis. Obstructions are often the result of plugs of inflammatory material, mucus, crystals, small stones that have formed in the kidneys and have passed down into the bladder. Throughout his stay with us he was loving and cooperative. At this time he has made a full recovery and is on a prescription diet that aids in preventing urinary issues.

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Pet of the Month for March 2021

This is Maggie! Maggie was hospitalized after eating small magnets! She had to have emergency exploratory surgery to remove the magnets before they caused more damage! After some TLC and treatment she was on the mend. She recovered after surgery wonderfully and is feeling much better!

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Pet of the Month for February 2021

This is “T” (Texas) Kidd! T Kidd came in for a routine dental cleaning and ended up being a hero for the day — a blood donor!  He was taking advantage of our dental month special and next thing you know he is wearing a cape and saving lives! We are thankful for our blood donors as they can help save lives and increase patient’s chances of improving! A big thank you to Texas!!!!

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Pet of the Month for January 2021

This is Maggie! She came in to see us after eating a metal bottle cap. She had an exploratory surgery where we had to go in and remove the bottle cap! Maggie is healed and is doing great! Now to keep her out of future trouble! Sometimes it’s just too tempting!

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