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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.

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  • It's Time To Hit The Road
    05-23-2014

    Hit-the-Road

    It’s Time to Hit the Road!!

     

    Many of us will soon be hitting the highways and bi-ways. No trip would be complete without our furry friends.  Here are a few tips to make that adventure safe and happy for all.

     

    • Keep your pet safe and secure in a well-ventilated crate or carrier.

    • Get your pet ready by taking a series of short drives first, gradually increasing the time spent in the car.

    • Your pets travel feeding schedule should start with a light meal three to four hours prior to departure.  Don’t feed your furry friend in a moving vehicle—even if it is a long drive.

    • Never leave your pet alone in a parked vehicle.  On a hot day, even with the windows open, a parked car can become a furnace in no time.

    • Create a travel kit!  Include things like, travel papers, food, bowl, leash, a waste scoop, plastic bags, grooming supplies, medication and a pet first aid kit.  Also, pack your pet’s favorite toy or pillow to give a sense of familiarity.

    • Make sure your pet has a micro-chip for identification and wears a collar with a tag at all times.  Have information on the tag such as your address, cell phone number, and any other relevant information.

    • We all know how much our pets love to ride with their head out the window, but it can cause problems down the road.  It can make them subject to inner ear damage, eye injuries, lung infections, and he could be injured by flying objects.

    • When it comes to water, opt for bottled water or tap water brought from home stored in plastic jugs.  Just like us, drinking water from an area your pet is not used to could result in an upset stomach.

    • Always provide frequent bathroom and exercise breaks.

     

    On a side note:  If you want to take your dog along on trips and vacations but can’t because your companion gets sick when they travel then we have great news for you!  There is now a medication available, through Park Cities Animal Hospital, which prevents vomiting caused by motion sickness.  Visit www.CERENIA.com to learn more.

     

Winston’s Blog
  • I Just Keep Getting Better!
    05-23-2014

    ,Winson-The Birthday Boy

    Can't believe I'm another year older!  I am four years old, that's 27 in people years.  As you can see, I am lovin life and appreciate all the birthday wishes, cookies and extra hugs and walks from all my "fam".  I just love you guys.

     

    paw printRemember, keep them tails a waggin-Winston

     

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