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Can I use essential oils on my pets?

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Can I use essential oils on my pets?
Essential oils seem to be all the rage recently.  Many are advertised to have healing or even calming effects.  However, essential oils have not been very well studied in our canine and feline companions and in some cases can have significant negative consequences.
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Tips for road tripping with pets

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Tips for road tripping with pets
With summer vacation just around the corner, many families want to bring their pets with them on family road trips.  Preparing in advance for all of your pet’s needs will ensure that everyone, including Fido has a good experience away from home.
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How Chasing Tails Mobile Veterinary Service Works
Are you on the fence about using a mobile veterinary service because you're not really sure how it works? Well we made a short and informative video on who we are as Chasing Tails Mobile Veterinary Services and exactly what we do! We'd love for you and your pets to become part of our house call family!
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Heat exhaustion in dogs

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Heat exhaustion in dogs
Warmer weather can be a welcome break from cooler winter weather, but with the heat comes the danger of overheating for our furry family members.  Heat exhaustion can lead to serious health implications, including internal organ failure and cardiac arrest.  Unlike people, dogs only sweat from their paw pads, which doesn’t drastically help to cool the body down.  Instead, dogs pant or open mouth breathe rapidly to dissipate heat.  In very warm or humid temperatures, panting isn’t enough for the...
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Can Rabies Vaccinations Cause Cancer?

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Vaccinations are just one way that cat owners can ensure that their furry family members stay healthy. Vaccines can lessen the severity of some diseases, while others can completely prevent diseases from happening in the first place. Like any medical procedure, vaccination carries certain risks which should be weighed with the benefits of keeping one’s pet current on vaccinations.
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Allergies in Dogs and Cats

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With the weather beginning to warm up, spring is in full bloom here in the Bryan/College Station area.  With spring flowers comes an array of new pollens which can be irritating to your pet’s eyes and skin. Just like people, dogs and cats can have allergies to environmental pollens from trees, grasses, and flowers
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Keeping Your Pets Warm

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Keeping Your Pets Warm
Brrr! We’ve seen some of the coldest temperatures the Brazos Valley has seen in recent history, and we’ve even seen SNOW! Chances are, if you’re cold, so is you pet! Follow these tips to make sure your furry friend stays toasty warm this winter!
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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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Pet Halloween Safety Tips

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Pet Halloween Safety Tips
For humans, Halloween is a fun and exciting time to be looked forward to with great anticipation. Rarely do our pets feel the same way. Keep them happy and safe this Halloween with these tips!
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