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Texas BBQs Can Be A Real Danger For Pets

Outdoor Party & BBQ Safety Tips from Your Grapevine Emergency Vet There’s nothing like a barbecue with friends and family—whether you’re celebrating a graduation or the 4th of July, what’s better than enjoying good food and good company? Your pet would likely agree, and may even want to be a part of the fun. However,…

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5 Summer Safety Tips for Pets

Summer is the season of fun, but it can also be the season for dangers if you’re not prepared. Animal Emergency Hospital of North Texas wants to help keep your pet safe this summer, so consider the following tips, and remember…we’re open nights, weekends, and holidays, if your pet ever has an emergency. Outdoor Safety…

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What Is Canine Influenza Virus?

There are many causes of kennel cough, both bacterial and viral. Canine influenza virus (CIV) is one of the viral causes of kennel cough. This highly contagious respiratory disease has affected thousands of dogs in the United States. Because CIV is a relatively new virus, most dogs have not been exposed to it before. Dogs of…

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The Importance of a Pet First Aid Kit

Picture this: You’re out hiking through the woods with your dog, and you notice a deep gash on his paw pad, or worse, he gets bitten by another animal. What’s the first thing you would do? Would you be prepared to help him? As a pet emergency practice, Animal Emergency Hospital of North Texas wants…

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Easter Pet Poisons

The veterinarians at Pet Poison Helpline receive hundreds of calls this time of year from pet owners and veterinarians concerning cats that have ingested Easter lilies. “Unbeknownst to many pet owners, Easter lilies are highly toxic to cats,” said Ahna Brutlag, DVM, MS assistant director at Pet Poison Helpline. “All parts of the Easter lily plant are poisonous…

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Oleanders are Poisonous to Pets

Oleanders are beautiful flowers often seen along roadsides in the North Texas community, but did you know that these stunning plants are also toxic for animals, including cats and dogs, but even horses, cows, and birds? The level of toxicity caused by the consumption of parts of the oleander may be severe. Signs that your…

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Winter Dangers and How to Protect Your Pets

During the winter months, your pet may be faced with more dangers than they’re used to, even in our mild climate here in Texas. At the Animal Emergency Hospital of North Texas, we want to keep our clients as informed as possible about your pet’s needs to help you keep them safe. Some of the…

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It’s Important to Protect Your Pet All Season Long

During the holiday season, there are so many dangers our pets may encounter, but if a few extra precautions are taken, you can keep your best friend safe. We see many pet emergencies all year round, but the most common emergencies during the holiday season are often related to holiday foods and décor. Top 5…

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It’s Important to Protect Your Pet All Season Long

During the holiday season, there are so many dangers our pets may encounter, but if a few extra precautions are taken, you can keep your best friend safe. We see many pet emergencies all year round, but the most common emergencies during the holiday season are often related to holiday foods and décor. Top 5…

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Can This Food Harm Your Pet?

Believe it or not, there are so many dangerous foods which can affect our pets’ health and well-being and the veterinary team at the Animal Emergency Hospital of North Texas wants to help you keep them safe. Especially during the holiday seasons, there are many popular human foods that our pets may encounter, some of…

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