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At Tanglewilde Veterinary Clinic, you’ve seen us love your furry friends for years. We take pride in the personalized attention each pet receives, and how we spend so much time visiting with you during your time at the clinic. These interactions are the foundations of our care and service for you and your pets.
Of course, the number-one human in your new cat or dog’s life is you! The second-most important person should be his or her veterinarian. Whether your new furball comes from a reputable breeder or an animal shelter, it’s essential, when you adopt a new puppy, kitten, or older animal, to schedule an appointment with a trusted veterinarian right away to establish the veterinary-client-patient-relationship (VCPR).
Although it might seem odd to visit the veterinarian when your pet’s feeling well and acting normal, wellness exams are just as important (if not more important) than sick exams. Just like people have regular checkups with their primary care physicians, cats and dogs should also see a veterinarian once per year for an annual appointment.
The holidays are a wonderful time for humans, and they can be lots of fun for pets, too! With so many exciting foods, treats, people, and decorations in your home, be sure you have a plan in place to keep your pets safe from potential holiday dangers.
The Tanglewilde team had a blast with all those that participated in our Santa Photos event this year.
We raised over $800 for Homeless Pet Placement League, which services homeless pets in Tanglewilde, and helps provide healthcare, shelter and adoption opportunities for these sweet animals.
At TangleWilde Veterinary Clinic, our Houston veterinarians can do a lot to slow the progression of chronic disease, like arthritis, and manage pet discomfort. It’s best, however, to intervene early, when we first recognize pets slowing down and changing their behaviors
Often overlooked, dental care is essential to not only the health of your pet’s teeth, but also their overall health. Just like with humans, neglecting a pet’s oral hygiene and dental healthcare can result in serious problems that threaten their entire wellbeing.