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A Full Service Companion Animal Hospital

Park Cities Animal Hospital is a full service companion animal hospital providing quality veterinary care to dogs, cats, and exotic animals including birds, reptiles and small mammals.

State-of-the-Art Veterinary Facility

We understand the special role your pet plays in your family and are dedicated to becoming your partner in your pet's health care. As pet owners ourselves, we understand the importance of compassionate animal hospital care, and we promise to treat your pet as if it were our own.

Compassionate Doctors & Staff

We have designed our website to provide information on our veterinary practice, including Park Cities Animal Hospital's doctors, staff, services and policies. In addition we have provided helpful online forms, an extensive Pet Medical Library and links to a variety of pet related information.

 

 

Thank you for your interest in our veterinary practice and the services we offer.
We welcome your comments and suggestions.
Please contact us at (214) 368-8573 for all your pet health care needs.

Pet Health Topics
  • Holiday Safety Tips
    12-05-2014

    Santa Kelly and Winston

    Santa and Winston offer tips to keep our babies safe for the holiday.
        

       Christmas 

    Holiday plants-Christmas rose, Holly, Lilies and Mistletoe are toxic to dogs and cats

    Ribbons-It may look adorable, but placing a ribbon around your pet’s neck may cause them to choke.

    Bubbling Lights-Older forms of this attractive decoration may contain methylene chloride, which is a highly toxic chemical.

    Fire salts-Contain chemicals that could be harmful to pets.

    Angel Hair (spun glass)-Can be irritating to eyes and skin, and could cause intestinal obstruction if eaten in large amounts.

    Christmas tree water-Stagnant tree water or water containing preservatives could result in stomach upset if ingested.

    Decoration hooks-Can cause blockage and/or trauma to gastrointestinal tract if swallowed.

    Styrofoam-Can cause your pets to choke if swallowed.

    Ornaments-These can look like toys to cats and dogs, but they can cause serious injury, especially if your pets break or swallow them.

    Tinsel-can cause choking or internal trauma if swallowed

           New Year’s

    Balloons and Confetti-These fun New Year’s party decorations can cause your pets to choke and obstruct their intestines if ingested.  Keep an eye on your pets when they’re around these items or move them to an area that is not decorated.

    Loud Noises-New Year’s is typically a noisy holiday.  Unfortunately, loud noises frighten pets and can cause them to run off.  Keep your pets in a separate room, away from noisemakers, music, and other loud sounds that may startle them.

     

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