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Heartworm Disease: What You Need to Know 04/30/18 - 11:36 am

What is heartworm disease? This disease is caused by worms that live in a pet’s heart and blood vessels of the lungs. Though it primarily…

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August is Itchy Pet Awareness Month 08/08/19 - 11:00 am

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The Shocking Dangers of Heatstroke 07/17/19 - 12:03 pm

Summer is here – keep in mind that heatstroke can occur in pets (just like us) especially in hot, humid, and unventilated areas.

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Pet Emergency Fire Plan 07/12/19 - 11:01 am

Are you and your pets prepared for an emergency? Here are a few steps you can take to protect your furry family members.

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Senior Pets: What You Need To Know 01/12/19 - 12:02 pm

Thanks to advancements in veterinary care, pets are living longer and healthier lives than ever before.

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How To Prepare Your Pet for the Holidays 12/13/18 - 11:04 am

Many holiday foods can actually be harmful to pets. Keep your pet safe and be sure to keep them away from these foods.

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In Purrrfect Health 08/03/18 - 11:04 am

At Veterinary Medical Center of The Woodlands, we believe wellness check-ups are imperative to the health and happiness of your cat.

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Check The Chip: Get Your Pet Microchipped 08/02/18 - 12:04 pm

Is your pet Microchipped? Is their microchip up to date? Microchipping is a permanent form of identification that could help reunite you and your pet if they were to ever get lost.

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Facts & Stats About Your Pet’s Diet 07/27/18 - 11:03 am

There are many types of diets for cats and dogs. Dietary needs can differ from pet to pet, depending on whether your cat or dog is highly active or more sedentary, or if your pet is young, middle-aged, or a senior.

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Heatstroke in Dogs: Prevention, Signs, and Treatment 07/24/18 - 11:02 am

Avoiding extreme heat is critical for your pet’s well-being. Something like a fresh haircut is not only stylish but can help keep your dog more comfortable in warm temperatures.