We are closely monitoring local and national reports on the evolving impact of COVID-19 and, based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization and applicable local public health agencies, we have developed plans...read more
Spring's warmer weather means that external parasites will surge. Bloodsucking pests such as fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes will reappear. Here are our tips for protecting your pet from a pest fest. Keep your pet on year-round parasite prevention: This first...read more
With spring around the corner, you may be planning a getaway. Prepare your fur baby and home for a pet sitter by following these tips.Ensure your pet’s ID tags and microchip info are up-to-dateIf you’ve moved or changed your phone number recently, check...read more
Cat owners need to know about a unique dental condition called feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions. FORLs appear at or near the tooth base. More than 70% of cats over age five are estimated to have suffered from at least one FORL.Although the exact...read more
The holidays are a time of gatherings, decorations, seasonal treats, and festivities. Yet all of this disruption of routine, change in settings, activity, and noise can be stressful on our canine friends. Here are signs of holiday stress to look for if...read more
It's important to be informed about the signs of diabetes, especially for our senior furry companions. We at Senior Paws want to share some essential information on the disease. Diabetes mellitus occurs when the body cannot use glucose—the main source of...read more
Thanksgiving is coming up, and this time of year reminds us to pause and take the time to reflect on gratitude. We're thankful for the pets in our lives: the love they give, the joy they bring, and how much they just make things so much better, no matter...read more
As pet-owners, you want to ensure that your home is a peaceful sanctuary for your senior furry friend. Making your home a space where your pet can relax and feel safe is important to his overall health. Here are steps you can take: #1: Practice what you...read more
As our furry friends advance in their years, they're more likely to develop cancer. While there are many forms of cancer, some are treatable with prompt intervention. Early detection gives your pet the best chance for a positive outcome. Keep an eye out...read more
As our pets age, maintaining a healthy weight becomes more critical to their overall health. Overweight and obese pets are at increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, orthopedic disease, and more.Here are four ways to keep...read more
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3036 Antoine Dr.
Houston, TX 77092
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7 Days a Week: 7am – 6pm
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