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It’s been a tough year with the loss of my heart dog, but we’re so thankful for our wonderful clients and patients who have brought us endless smiles and laughter! Cheers to health, happiness, puppies, kittens, and much love in 2019! 🥂🐾

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Look at Jean Louise, all grown up now! She showed off her spunky personality at her one-year checkup, but we know she secretly loves us. We sure do love this cutie! 😻

South Texas Aussie Rescue

ADOPTED... Lola, STAR # 1436 Lola was abandoned and turned in to the shelter in Lockhart.. Her heartworm treatment is finally finished.. Jason is a past adopter who recently lost his STAR dog.. Lola appears to be pretty pleased with this match.. we are wishing the best to them both.. Thanks to Amy for contacting STAR and especially to Jenna for fostering Lola..

My most recent foster Aussie was adopted today! 💙 It wasn’t easy to see her go, but I’m so happy that this special girl has found her forever home.

It’s been a tough year with the loss of my heart dog, but we’re so thankful for our wonderful clients and patients who have brought us endless smiles and laughter! Cheers to health, happiness, puppies, kittens, and much love in 2019! 🥂🐾

It’s always a special treat when we get to spend time with puppies AND farm animals!! 🐐🐴🐾 . These guys have the cutest names: Pinch and Dash the goats, and Thyme the tiny Aussie. . Thank you @equipuncture for having us visit!!

IVDD Survivor Alert!! This cutie pie Rusty was unable to walk for seven days. We performed acupuncture and cold laser therapy to help stimulate his nerves, and he started walking again the very next day! Go Rusty!! 💙🐾 . . IVDD (intervertebral disc disease) is a condition where the discs between the vertebrae become displaced and push up onto the spinal cord. This causes inflammation and pain, and in more severe cases (like Rusty’s) it can interfere with nerve conduction down to the hind legs, resulting in partial or complete paralysis. Short, long breeds like Dachshunds are very susceptible to this condition. . . Diagnosis is highly suspected based on clinical signs, but can be confirmed with advanced imaging like an MRI. Treatments range from medical management with pain and anti-inflammatory medications, to neurosurgery for removal of the disc material that is pressing on the spinal cord. Integrative treatments like acupuncture and rehabilitation can be extremely effective in helping pets heal from this condition! . . Please contact us or your veterinarian if you have any questions on how to prevent and treat IVDD!