…And the Vets Were All Nestled All Snug in Their Beds While Visions of Flu Vaccines Danced in Their Heads.

So I’m taking a break from my holiday preparatory madness to provide for you, a quick and dirty assessment of the situation regarding the flu outbreak in Austin.  I saw the story, the pretty reporter lady with her eyes wide, projecting fear and concern, urging pet parents to contact their vets right away, for this … More …And the Vets Were All Nestled All Snug in Their Beds While Visions of Flu Vaccines Danced in Their Heads.

Guest Post from our Newest Veterinarian, Dr. Rachel Cook

Dr. Cook joined our staff this summer, after graduation from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. I have to admit, that I was less than thrilled about having to deal with a fresh, enthusiastic new veterinarian. However, Dr. Cook has been fantastic. She’s smart, articulate, dedicated, enthusiastic (but not annoyingly so), and super, duper nice. … More Guest Post from our Newest Veterinarian, Dr. Rachel Cook

Back from the Dead

Not really back from the dead, but like Persephone in the Greek myth, I have been to Hell and back.  Well, not quite that bad. There were no pomegranates and no angry Greek Gods involved.  Since January 6th, we have been immersed in a nightmare remodel. “it will only involve the upstairs”, “you won’t even … More Back from the Dead

Some Christmas-Time But Non-Christmas-y Cautionary Tales

Happy Holidays! Most wonderful time of the year, right? Not so much if you ask your friendly neighborhood veterinarian.  The months of November and December mark an inexplicable peak in the number of euthanasias we perform.  Not super sure of the cause, but for some reason, old  pets don’t fare well over the holidays. If … More Some Christmas-Time But Non-Christmas-y Cautionary Tales