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1240 North Main Street
Keller TX 76248

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Frequently asked Questions

Explore our Frequently Asked Questions to get the quick answers you need. We’re also available by phone to answer any questions that are not on this list.

How do I know if my pet is in pain?

Contact us as soon as possible if your pet is showing any signs of illness, injury, or pain. Some symptoms, such as limping, are a clear indicator of pain, but some signs may be harder to spot. Other signs that indicate your pet may be in pain: not eating, a change in behavior or normal habits, extra tiredness, and having less energy. Of course, these symptoms can also be caused by many problems, so early observation and action is important.

What do I do if my pet is having an emergency?

If you are having an emergency with your pet, please call first to ensure that we are equipped to give your pet the best care possible. In some cases, it may be in your pet’s best interest to be directed to a 24 hour care center.

When is the best time to spay or neuter my pet?

Spay and neuter procedures can be done at most ages, but the best time to spay or neuter your pet is approximately 6 to 12 months of age. Breed, size, and other factors can contribute to timing, please contact our clinic and we can assist you in planning this procedure.

Which vaccines does my pet need?
Vaccines are critical to the health of your pet and keeping them healthy and from disease. Our team can develop a vaccination schedule tailored to your pet. During your pet’s wellness exam, we will perform a thorough evaluation to determine the best vaccines for your dog.
When or why does my pet need bloodwork?
We recommend blood work to detect infections and diseases be performed annually. This is key in helping us prevent disease early on. In many situations, early detection is essential for more effective treatment. The type of blood work will be determined specifically for each pet depending on his or her individual needs. This annual blood test is convenient to do at the time of your pet’s annual heartworm test, but it can be done at any time of year.
Why does my pet need a dental cleaning and how often should this be done?
Annual professional dental exams, tooth scaling, and polishing are necessary to treat and maintain healthy teeth and gums for your pet. As your pet ages, their health needs will also change, and advanced dental care may be required. Your pet’s teeth and mouth should be examined by our veterinarians on a regular basis.