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What it Means to Be AAHA Accredited The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) sets the highest standards for veterinary care in North America. Pet care facilities that are accredited through AAHA must meet these high standards on a consistent basis in order…Read More
Heartworm disease affects thousands of dogs and cats across Texas and the surrounding states every year. Mosquitoes are responsible for the transmission of heartworms, as they carry heartworm larvae. When left untreated, the larvae grow into worm-like parasites and reside in the…Read More
Good Dental Hygiene is Necessary for Pets Dental disease is one of the most common health issues among dogs and cats in the United States. The American Veterinary Dental Society estimates that four out of five pets over the age of three…Read More
Sunset is an Advocate for Your Cat's Health Cat Health Month is all about making sure your feline friends receive the care they need and showing them a little extra love and attention. At Sunset Animal Hospital, we make caring for your cat's…Read More
Independence Day celebrations are fun for people, but they have the potential to be dangerous for pets. By planning ahead with your pet's comfort and safety in mind, you can be sure to have a fun and safe holiday. Pet Safety Tips…Read More