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It’s “What’s that?! Wednesday” where we discuss medical terms & conditions to satisfy your inner nerd 🤓 . CORNEAL ULCER: 👀 damage to the outer layers of the eye’s surface (the cornea). The most common cause for a corneal ulcer in pets is trauma, but other causes such as dry eye are possible. Signs that your pet has a corneal ulcer can include squinting, tearing, redness, and rubbing at the eye. Corneal ulcers are VERY painful so I recommend having your pet seen by a vet immediately if you suspect any problem with the eyes. We will apply a fluorescent stain to the eye which will stick to any defects in the cornea and confirm our diagnosis. Corneal ulcers are treated with topical eye medications, pain medications, and of course a “cone of shame” to prevent any further trauma to the eye! Brachycephalic (“smush-face”) breeds including Boston terriers, Frenchies and Pugs are more prone to developing corneal ulcers due to their face shape. . Did you know that humans can get corneal ulcers too? I learned this the hard way after wearing my contact lenses for too long - can confirm, it’s super painful! 🙈👀

Word is getting out about Austin’s amazing mobile veterinarians! We love being part of this movement to change the veterinary experience for both pets and people. . #positivity #fearfree #bethechange #girlboss #womeninbusiness . . #Repost @the_austinot (@get_repost) ・・・ Have you ever used a mobile veterinarian in Austin? 🐶🐱👩‍⚕️🚐💨 We’re featuring 5 on our blog today. ↪️Link in profile. #austinpets #austindogs #keepaustinlocal #keepaustinweird #localbusiness #austinbusiness #austin #austintexas #austintx #atx #mobileveterinaryservice #mobileveterinarian #austinveterinarian

Today is National Best Friend Day! We had the pleasure of meeting Bailey & Baxter, who are not only best friends but also littermates! Baxter (yellow) didn’t really want to share any treats, but in the spirit of Best Friend Day he allowed Bailey to have a few too! 💕🐾🐾💕

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Noah didn’t seem too impressed with my magic trick... 🤷🏼‍♀️ Let’s have some Friday Fun - try your own #whatthefluffchallenge and be sure to tag us in your video!

ASPCA

A statement from our President & CEO Matt Bershadker on Delta Air Lines' policy to ban pit bulls.

Shame on you, Delta Air Lines!! Please know that ANY dog can bite. Positive reinforcement training and an understanding of dog behavior will help to keep our dogs of all breeds safe, healthy, and happy in any situation. We love our Pittie patients!! ❤️

It’s “What’s that?! Wednesday” where we discuss medical terms & conditions to satisfy your inner nerd 🤓 . CORNEAL ULCER: 👀 damage to the outer layers of the eye’s surface (the cornea). The most common cause for a corneal ulcer in pets is trauma, but other causes such as dry eye are possible. Signs that your pet has a corneal ulcer can include squinting, tearing, redness, and rubbing at the eye. Corneal ulcers are VERY painful so I recommend having your pet seen by a vet immediately if you suspect any problem with the eyes. We will apply a fluorescent stain to the eye which will stick to any defects in the cornea and confirm our diagnosis. Corneal ulcers are treated with topical eye medications, pain medications, and of course a “cone of shame” to prevent any further trauma to the eye! Brachycephalic (“smush-face”) breeds including Boston terriers, Frenchies and Pugs are more prone to developing corneal ulcers due to their face shape. . Did you know that humans can get corneal ulcers too? I learned this the hard way after wearing my contact lenses for too long - can confirm, it’s super painful! 🙈👀

Fear Free Pets

The idea of sticking needles in your dog or cat to help reduce fear, anxiety, and stress (FAS) associated with a veterinary visit may sound contradictory, but that’s just what acupuncture may do, says Fear Free Certified veterinarian Dr. KristyAnn Brock.

Our acupuncture patients love to relax during their treatments!! 💕😴

Today is National Best Friend Day! We had the pleasure of meeting Bailey & Baxter, who are not only best friends but also littermates! Baxter (yellow) didn’t really want to share any treats, but in the spirit of Best Friend Day he allowed Bailey to have a few too! 💕🐾🐾💕