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Holiday Pet Tips

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Holiday Pet Tips
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! As you prepare for the upcoming festivities this holiday season, be sure that your furry friends stay safe and happy with these tips. Choose your decorations carefully. Avoid holiday food dangers. Prepare for holiday house guests. If you’re leaving town without your pet, consider hiring a pet sitter rather than taking him or her to a boarding facility.
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Keeping your Pets Safe and Happy This Thanksgiving
Happy Thanksgiving from Chasing Tails! Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate the many things in life we are thankful for, including our four-legged family members! But as you prepare for your day of feasting and family, be sure to remember to keep your pets safe as well. These tips will ensure their holiday is a happy one as well!
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| Categories: Chasing Tails, Veterinary Services | Tags: Thanksgiving, Dog, Cat, Recipes, Treats, Turkey, Stuffing, Pets, Holidays | View Count: (163)
At-Home Euthanasia - What You Should Know
For pet owners, there is no harder decision than saying goodbye to a beloved family member. Chasing Tails Veterinary Services offers at-home euthanasia, providing a stress-free environment for both you and your furry companion. By staying at home, your pet’s last moments are peaceful and quiet.
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Is Chasing Tails Mobile Veterinary Services Right for Your Pet?
For many pets and their owners, visiting the veterinarian can be overwhelming and inconvenient. This is especially true if you have a pet with anxiety who is difficult to transport, a busy schedule, multiple pets, young children, or a geriatric or disabled pet. Chasing Tails Mobile Veterinary Services wants to make your life easier by coming to you, without compromising exceptional veterinary care! We offer full-service veterinary care in the comfort of your own home. Here are a few of the most ...
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August Vaccination Clinic Dates & Times

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Chasing Tails offers affordable vaccination services during our mobile vaccination clinics. For more information about our mobile vaccination clinics please visit our Vaccination Clinic page. Read more to view our August vaccination clinic dates and times.
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The number one way this disease is spread is through cat bites. It is not recommended to vaccinate your pet for FIV. It is questionable whether or not the vaccine is safe, protective or effective. At Chasing Tails Mobile Veterinary Services, we do not offer this vaccine service.
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| Categories: Vaccine, Feline Vaccines, Veterinary Services, Q&A | Tags: FIV, Feline, Vaccinations, Chasing Tails, Immunodeficiency Virus | View Count: (445)
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Feline Leukemia Virus “FeLV” Q&A

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Feline Leukemia virus is spread by nasal secretions as well as saliva. The number one way the virus is spread is by sharing community water bowls with infected individuals.
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These are diseases that cause upper respiratory infections in cats. They can be spread by direct contact or through aerosols of infected individuals.
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| Categories: Vaccine, Veterinary Services, Q&A, Feline Vaccines | Tags: Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia, Feline, Vaccinations, FVRCP | View Count: (315)
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Feline Rabies Q&A

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Rabies is spread by the saliva of an infected animal. This disease can be spread through bite wounds, sharing community water bowls, etc. This disease attacks the central nervous system of an animal causing it to show neurological signs such as aggressive behavior, abnormal gait, hypersalivation and difficulty swallowing. This disease can also be zoonotic, which means it can be transmitted to humans.
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Your pet could acquire this disease by coming into contact with respiratory secretions of an infected animal or contaminated objects. This disease has a higher rate of infection if your pet travels with you along the gulf coast.
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Chasing Tails Mobile Veterinary Services is a  one of a kind companion animal veterinary service serving the Bryan, College Station Community.  Our house call veterinary service is simply perfect for clients with a busy schedule, multiple pets, geriatric or disabled pets, or for those who desire comfort and ease. MORE

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Chasing Tails Mobile Veterinary Services
2924 Cain Road 
College Station, TX 77845 

Phone: 979-217-1694

Mailing/Medication pick up only, no pets please.