Dental cleaning for your pets is truly important for their overall health and longevity February is traditionally National Pet Dental Health Month, however, The Vet House is starting our Dental Promo early! Therefore, we'll be starting early this year for our campaign for oral health education and … Read More
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
Well, folks, it’s been another great year here at The Vet House, and we wanted to take the time to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year for 2019! Holidays are a time of celebration, but they can also be a dangerous time for our furry family. The last thing you want during your … Read More
Introducing The Vet House’s Pet of the Month
Here at The Vet House, we love your furry friends almost as much as you do! That’s why we’re going to start something in the New Year that will show off your pets and all the reasons you love them. But in order to do that, we need YOUR pictures. We get to spend time with so many great pets, and … Read More
Neuter and Spay Part One – General Info
We get so many questions about neutering and spaying that we’ve decided to focus on this over the next couple months. We’ll cover the basics and important topics like when and why to neuter, how neutering will affect your furry friend, and how to care for your pet following the procedure. Through … Read More
Holiday Safety for Your Cats and Dogs!
Happy Holidays everyone, it’s that time of the year again! The houses are lit up and festive for the season, but full of new dangers for pets. The last thing you want to be doing on Christmas morning is frantically trying to get ahold of an emergency vet. Pets are curious creatures, and new … Read More
How to Keep Your Pet Free of Fleas, Ticks, and Heartworms
Fleas, heartworms, and ticks are three of the most common pests in the Richardson area that can cause problems for your pet. This post outlines how to detect and prevent each one and details the treatments and products we provide. Fleas Fleas turn your dog or cat’s coat into their new home and, … Read More
Finding the Right Veterinarian
Finding a veterinarian for your pet is a bit like finding a good family doctor — you have to find the right fit. There are a lot of qualified, friendly vets in the Dallas area who all offer quality veterinary care. Since most people stay with the same vet for their pet’s entire lifetime, you want to … Read More
Happy Thanksgiving everyone. We want everyone to be safe so here are some common holiday safety concerns to watch out for in your pets home. Food wrappings like foil and plastics. Cooked Bones (Most raw bones are fine). Electrical cords (Holiday lights) Chocolate is a big no no. Too … Read More
Should I get pet insurance?
Just like us, our dog and cat furry family members have unexpected medical bills. Last Christmas, our dog Journey, a happy go lucky/never gets in trouble/chow hound/everybody's friend/Golden Retriever, started acting a bit odd and lost his appetite. WHAAAAAT? Journey missing a meal! Something's … Read More
Itchy Winter Dry Skin!
Hi Y'all. There's a million reasons for dry skin so, come to see us to determine what may be causing it. Winter seasonal dry skin is today's topic. When it gets cold in Texas, most of us kick on the heaters in our homes and it takes a ton of moisture out of the air. You'll notice a ton of static … Read More