Quick FAQ’s on Vet Care for Dogs

Dogs are like babies–they require care and feeding on a regular basis. Some of that “care” includes vaccinations, parasite prevention, and disease screening.  There’s a lot of confusing information on vet care for dogs, so here’s our super simple “who/what/when” primer we use with dogs and puppies in our hospital. It includes the basic services/medications each…

Home Care Instructions for Mild Diarrhea in Dogs

Diarrhea is a common affliction of dogs and is associated with a host of problems—some are quite severe and some are not. If your adult dog has a simple case of mild diarrhea for no more than 3 to 4 days in duration, it is reasonable to try home care. When to Take a Dog…

10 Things to Do to Help Your Dog’s Storm Anxiety

How Can I Help My Dog with Storm Phobia? Dogs with storm phobias can experience a high degree of stress and suffering and, although the phobia often cannot be cured, there are things you can do to manage your dog’s anxiety. Treatment of storm phobia involves some combination of environmental management, behavior modification, and medication….

dog vaccination information at spring creek animal hospital in tomball tx

What You Need to Know About Dog Vaccinations

Dog vaccinations are important in preventing a number of devastating diseases in our fur-babies. It can be kind of confusing, however, to know which vaccinations to give which dogs (and puppies). Here’s a simple primer that we use with dogs and puppies in our hospital. It follows the American Animal Hospital Association guidelines, and also…