Monthly Archives: December 2014

Leon Valley Veterinary Hospital’s Top 10 Blogs of 2014 

We do our best all year to keep our clients abreast of the the pet health and ownership issues that matter the most. This is certainly part of why we’ve decided to launch a blog this past year, and also why we’ve chosen to highlight the top 10 most popular posts of the year. Whether […]
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Spread the Holiday Cheer with These Seasonal Pet Activities

Is your dog patiently waiting for you to finish shopping, decorating, checking of the list of December to-dos, and wrapping gifts? Has your cat been cleverly waiting for you to retire for the evening, only to go ballistic on the decorations? Maybe this is a signal that your pets – as well-behaved as they are […]
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Holiday Pet Safety: Keeping Your Pets Off the Naughty List

As the holidays descend rapidly upon us, it’s time to consider more than the shopping and the Naughty-or-Nice list. After all, the holiday season is as ripe with excitement and temptation for pets as it is for their people. As with humans, pets can behave more easily when the temptation to misbehave is limited. Christmas […]
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Winter Care for Senior Pets

Winter provides lots of delights for pets and their humans. For many senior pets, though, the colder months provide nothing more than extra pain, discomfort, or unhappiness. Age-related illnesses or diseases have symptoms that colder temperatures exacerbate, and senior pets can suffer from respiratory or cardiac conditions, malnutrition, or depression. Even here in Texas, where […]
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