Pet of the Month for September 2020

Meet Ruby! Ruby is 18 weeks old and just about the cutest thing you might see today! Ruby is a lover of chewing all the things – shocker, right? That is a puppy staple! Ruby loves the color pink and diamonds. Someone is spoiled and she knows it!

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Pet of the Month for August 2020

This is Buddy Lou! He came in for his first kitten visit and was a purrrr-fect angel for Dr. Casares!  We especially loved that he came in with colorful soft paws which demonstrated one of the many options owners can choose from to help deter inappropriate scratching.

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Pet of the Month for July 2020

Meet Goose! Goose is a 12 week old TINY Great Dane puppy! These pictures were taken at his second puppy visit! He was so perfect for his exam and vaccines – we think the treats and cheese whiz helped! It is very important to have regular check-up’s for your new pets. We check their little hearts, eyes, check for intestinal parasites and much more! We also make sure they are protected with proper vaccinations. We cannot wait to see Goose back for his next round of vaccinations and see how much bigger he has grown!

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Pet of the Month for May 2020

Meet Jasper! Jasper was rushed into our New Braunfels location recently because his owners found him non-responsive. Dr. Lauren Casares was there for the emergency and started treatment immediately. It is still undetermined what could have caused his condition but luckily with proper treatment Jasper came back around pretty quickly. He had a few days of strict rest and watch. The owners and Dr. Casares are keeping a close eye on Jasper and so far he is back to his hyper playful self!

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Pet of the Month for April 2020

This is Dallas! Dallas is a 5 month old Party Yorkie. He was recently at our hospital for his Neuter procedure! It is important to get your pet neutered to reduce their chance of testicular and prostate issues as they age. It is better for their overall health. Dallas is also rockin’ his COVID quarantine hair!

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Pet of the Month for March 2020

Meet sweet Charlotte! She and her K9 siblings recently boarded with us and she got to stay in the Feline Condo! She loved the new cat tree we got and spent most of her day lazing on it and chirping at clients through the windows.  She is a great example of how we try to promote a low stress environment for our feline patients while they are away from home!

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Pet of the Month for February 2020

Meet Kal-El! This best little boy likes to stay with us while his parents are away and considers it is his vacation while he is here! We love to cuddle and play with him while he is in our care! He is also the only boy we know with curls this good!

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Pets of the Month for January 2020

Meet Lily and Finn! These two are ready to take on the new year after having to be hospitalized for eating several boxes of raisins over the holidays! Raisins are very toxic to pets as they can cause severe kidney failure! If they could make a New Years resolution, it would be to not give in to the temptations of toxic food!. Let’s hope that they can keep it!

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Pet of the Month for December 2019

Dexter came to see us after having several days of not feeling well from a stomach ache. After a few diagnostics were performed, it was determined that he had eaten something causing an obstruction in his intestines. He was rushed into surgery to remove the foreign object. The object turned out to be a corncob that he had found in the yard! Today, Dexter is doing very well and has had no complications after his surgery! No corn for him, though!

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Pet of the Month for November 2019

Gunnar is a young handsome Australian Shepherd that came to see us because he was hit by a car. He is loved and adored by all. So much even that we have never had so many visitors for one patient! We can understand because he is so sweet! He had some trouble breathing and we discovered he had Pneumothorax (air that leaks into the space between the lungs and the chest wall secondary to trauma).  We sent him to the Specialist to release the air pressure. Since then he is back to his normal self feeling great!  He now gets around on a splint but there is no stopping him! We are so grateful he is feeling better!

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