Abraham Veterinary Clinic
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Our Welcome Kits feature and direct these new families to a small number of local businesses for the goods, services & professionals that they need to find.
Since our Welcome Kits are exclusive, and we can only accommodate one Veterinarian, I would ask you to kindly let me know if you are interested in being the featured Veterinarian in our local Welcome Kits.
It is worthy to note that, according to Dr. Cathy Goodwin in her book “Making the Big Move”, 55% of new residents and families seek out a new Veterinarian shortly after their relocation. As such, more than one-half of our Welcome Kit recipients are actively looking for a new Vet.
I would like to schedule a time when you are expecting me so that I may drop off a sample of our "Welcome Kit" and explain the program in greater detail.
Please reply with your availability or call me at your earliest convenience.
For a faster response, or if you prefer, feel free to text me on my cell which is listed in my signature.
Dr Anna Y. Chan is providing compassionate care in the heart of Austin! We have partnered with Petco
Abraham Veterinary Clinic is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located near downtown Austin, TX . The professional and courteous staff at Abraham Veterinary Clinic seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients. We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care, long-term health care (includi
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Abraham Veterinary Clinic updated their address.
While today is meant to be a silly, joyous holiday, there are safety precautions you should take any time you’re dressing up your pet.
- Make sure the clothing fits properly and doesn’t interfere with your pet’s sight, hearing, breathing, or movement.
- Avoid clothing with pieces that can be tripped over or chewed off.
- Never leave your pet unsupervised while dressed up.
- If your pet rejects the clothing, don’t force it.
- If your dog has a thick coat, choose a lightweight costume to prevent overheating.
Here are just a few of the reasons from the American Humane Society why you should participate in Walk Your Dog Month:
- Extra Bonding Time – When you walk your dog, it’s a great chance to give your undivided attention to your dog and let them know that you care for them. This is quality time spent together that can lead to greater trust and joy.
- Good Exercise – Did you eat too much over the holiday season? Walk Your Dog Month is the perfect opportunity to get in shape and shed off those extra pounds – for both you and your dog. A recent study found that 56 percent of dogs were found to be clinically overweight. This can reduce their life expectancy, overall quality of life and cause a multitude of other health issues. Good exercise not only has physical benefits, but it is also great mental stimulation and can decrease stress for both you and your pup. Additionally, it helps energetic dogs dispel some energy, which can make them calmer and prevent them from getting destructive out of boredom when in the house.
- Social Activity – Walking the dog means you are much more likely to meet other people in your neighborhood who are also out and about with their dogs. Both you and your dog have the chance to make new friends! Socializing your dog with other people and canines alike will help ensure no aggressive tendencies are developed.
- Training Opportunity – Walking your pup provides ample opportunity for training. A walk is a great time to focus on your dog and practice learning to heel, sit, stay or follow other basic commands. Practice makes perfect, so incorporating walks and practicing these skills during their everyday routine will make them even more successful.
Cuddling releases oxytocin. This hormone alone has tremendous health benefits. Besides giving us warm and fuzzy feelings, oxytocin reduces pain. So when the cold has made those muscles and joints ache, cuddling can help reduce those aches and pains.
Do: Cook, Skin, and Debone Turkey
Don’t: Feed Pets Salty, Fatty, or Seasoned Foods
Do: Serve Safe Fruits and Vegetables
Don’t: Let Pets Overindulge
In the Event of an Emergency
If your pet has taken a bite of something dangerous, stay calm while closely watching for red flags. It should be immediately obvious if your dog or cat is choking, but look out for these other symptoms of illness or poisoning that may take minutes or hours to arise:
Excessive panting and drooling
5 Pet Positive New Year's Resolutions
Resolution #1 Measure your pet’s food…. every time!
Resolution #2 Improve your knowledge of pet first aid
Resolution #3 Incorporate more playtime
Resolution #4 Schedule a check-up with us!!!
Resolution #5 Update your pet’s ID info
We wanted to wish you a !
What are some of your resolutions for the year?
Noisy fireworks and other celebrations can startle animals and cause them to run away; holiday foods can be unhealthy; and potentially dangerous debris can end up lying on the ground where pets can eat or play with it.
- Leave your pets at home when you go to parties, fireworks displays, parades, and other gatherings. Loud fireworks, unfamiliar places, and crowds can all be very frightening to pets, and there’s a great risk of pets becoming spooked and running away.
- Consider putting your pets in a safe, escape-proof room or crate during parties and fireworks.
- Keep horses and livestock in safely fenced areas and as far from the excitement and noise as possible.
- If you’re hosting guests, ask them to help keep an eye on your pets to make sure they don’t escape. Placing notes on exit doors and gates can help both you and your guests remain vigilant.
We wanted to wish all of you a very Happy Holidays!
Enjoy your loved ones today and eat lots of good food :)
Dog toys: How to pick the best and safest
It's "Safe Toys and Gifts Month" and we wanted to share an article from the humane society about safe toys for your pet!
Dog toys: How to pick the best and safest Toys are essential to keeping your dog happy and healthy. Get The HSUS's tips on the best and safest toys for your dog. We'll also tell you how to make the most out of your dog's toys.
Do you love cats as much as we do?
It's Cat Lovers' Month and we want to see some pictures of your lovely felines!
Humans have bonded with horses for a long time, so it only makes sense that there is a whole day dedicated to them!
There are quite a few reasons why International Veterinary Medicine Day and pets, in general, are important.
One reason is that animal health is linked to human health.
Many medicinal breakthroughs in veterinary medicine have helped improve human healthcare and treatment. Apart from vaccines, even organ transplants were first developed in animal care, and of course, pet animals have great therapeutic abilities.
Cat Is So Loud The Shelter Had To Put Up A Sign
“She was very loud the minute you walked into the room... Even when holding her, she was loud. It was obviously her personality... She loved her voice.”
Cat Is So Loud The Shelter Had To Put Up A Sign She's loud and proud.
We will be closing early this Friday 12/9/2022 for staff appreciation. We will close at 1 PM that day and re-open for normal business hours on Monday 12/12/22.
Thank you for your understanding.
Celebrate Shelter Pets Day:
If you already have a pet that you adopted from a shelter then, today would be a good day to spoil them with treats and extra hugs.
It's National Cookie Day. Here is a recipe for a healthy dog treat that you can try. Save this for a special occasion, or if you just want to treat your furry friend!
2 ½ cups whole wheat flour
2 large eggs
½ cup canned pumpkin
2 tablespoons peanut butter
½ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon water, or more if necessary (Optional)
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
Combine flour, eggs, pumpkin, peanut butter, salt, and cinnamon in a bowl; stir with a spatula until combined.
Transfer the mixture to a work surface and work it with your hands until the mixture starts to come together. Add 1 teaspoon of water at a time (only if needed) to help make the dough workable, but don't add too much as it should be dry and stiff.
Roll the dough to a thickness of 1/2 inch. Cut into 1/2-inch pieces and transfer to a baking sheet.
Bake in the preheated oven until dog treats are golden brown and crunchy, about 40 minutes. Let cool before serving to your dog.
Kitten Sneaks Out Of Crate To Comfort Scared Dog At The Vet
This is a cute story of a kitten escaping its crate in the pet hospital to comfort and cuddle with a sick dog. 😍
Kitten Sneaks Out Of Crate To Comfort Scared Dog At The Vet They're helping each other heal.
We will be closed Wednesday - Friday Novemver 23rd - 25th in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. We will resume normal business hours on Monday November 28th.
Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving.
The vet clinic will be closed today, Monday 8/8/22 through Wednesday 8/10/22. We will resume normal clinic hours on Thursday 8/11/22.
Thanks you for your understanding.
If you have an emergency please call:
Central Texas Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Hospital at (512)892-9038
Austin Veterinary Emergency & Specialty at (512)343-2837
Records - PetPro Connect
We're committed to keeping you safe and your pets happy and healthy. We're proud to announce that we have launched PetPro Connect, a free pet care platform that makes managing your pets care easier than ever. Refill prescriptions, schedule appointments and chat with clinic staff when and where it is most convenient for you and your pet.
To get started, download the PetPro Connect app! petproconnect.com/records
Records - PetPro Connect Manage your pet’s health right in the palm of your hand with PetPro Connect™PetPro Connect allows direct access to your pet's medical records and streamlined communications with your veterinarian, right on your mobile device. It’s easy, and it’s FREE!Download the PetPro Connect app below!Hav...
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Make sure to stay safe, and keep your furry friends safe too. Here are a few foods to keep away from your pets.
The clinic will be closed for the rest of this week to enjoy the holiday. We will return to the clinic on Monday 11/29.
Thank you to all of our clients who used our Rethink Rewards App over the last few years, but we have decided to discontinue the program. Stay tuned, because we will be launching a new rewards app soon which is much more user friendly and allows for easy access to your pet's medical and vaccine information (and a much simpler payment process). The best part? It's FREE to all Abraham Vet Clinic clients!
Previous rewards app users: please contact the vet clinic if you have questions about any unused benefits/rewards points and we will be glad to give you an update.
Look at these cuties! This is Berry and Morning Joe. They love snuggling each other and hitting the town with their dad. We love these guys💕
They are both coming in tomorrow for dental cleanings. It is important to keep an eye on your pet's oral health so they can stay as happy, healthy, and adventurous as possible.
We made a new friend yesterday! His name is Taco🌮 and he loves exploring. He was saying hi to his dad through the window 👋🏻
We love making new friends! This cutie pie is named Bogart 💖 He wanted to show off his new haircut 💈
The doctors and staff at Abraham Vet clinic would like to wish our good buddy Max a very (belated) happy birthday.
He and his family just celebrated his 11th birthday in February 🎂 We love you Max!
After a long week of being closed due to the freeze, we are glad to say, WE ARE OPEN 😺 (M-F, 9am - 4pm)
We hope everyone in our community is safe and got bundled up and stayed as warm as possible last week.
We will be closed 2/17/21. We hope every furry friend and their humans can find safety and warmth. Will update opening hours as weather conditions improve.
Our new receptionist Lucy says we will be closed on Monday (2/15/21) due to all of the crazy weather. We will be back open on Tuesday at our regular hours.
Stay safe and warm, everyone! ❄️
Abraham Veterinary Clinic updated their business hours.
Happy Holidays everyone! ⛄️
Our clinic will be closed from December 23rd - 27th. We will be open December 28th - 30th and closed again for the new year. We will resume our normal hours (Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM) Monday January 4th.
Stay safe and have a fun holiday season!
Everyone meet JJ Swatt! 🏈 🐱 You can even follow him on Instagram at
Alexander Ginger Biscuits loves his new sister Sugar Magnolia ❤️ What a duo!
Meet Q-tip! Another sweet kitty looking for a home ❤️ Call us for more details
Chunkie is wondering if you can help him and his brothers find forever homes 🐾 Call our clinic for more information on these handsome cats adoptable through CFCR 🐱
All three CFCR kittens are still in search of forever homes 🐾 Bootsie is becoming very talkative! All three brothers are extremely playful and loving. Call our clinic for more information 🐱
Meet Sweetie, Chunkie, and Bootsie 🐱Three brothers born on the 4th of July 🇺🇸 All adoptable through Cedar Forest Cat Ranch! Chunkie and Bootsie have formed quite the bond (see pictures). Call the clinic to learn more!
An amazing client of ours found this lost pup, and they were able to find him a forever home ❤️ Here is Bango with his new parents!
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