Building on a legacy of providing the best available veterinary care in south Austin beginning in 1972 by South Lamar Animal Hospital. The doctors and staff at Bluebonnet Animal Hospital strive each and every day to deliver the highest standard in veterinary care and help you make the best decisions regarding your pet’s health by keeping you informed and in-touch with your best friend’s needs.
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Having your dog run away is just one of few situations where solid recall can help you avoid overall!
National Pet ID Week is this week! Here are 5 pet ID tips to help you best protect your furry friend.
If you don't want your dog to feel left out this Easter, try this doggy-friendly easter egg hunt! 🌼 🐶
We will be closed on Sunday for Easter. We hope you all have an egg-stra special holiday! 🐰
Does your cat get hairballs often? Here are three tips for managing your feline friend's hairballs! 😾
Did you know that cats can also get heartworm disease? While it is more common to find this disease in dogs, it is still prevalent in cats as well.
Knowing how to comfort your injured pet can help ease their anxiety and can help protect you and your family from getting hurt!
Did you know that hugging your dog is beneficial to both you and your pup? Give your dog a big hug this Hug Your Dog Day! 🐶 💙
This World Health Day, check their ears! Regular at-home cleaning and exams at the vet will help prevent infection as well as ear mites that can affect your pet's overall hearing! 🐾
Most dog bites are preventable, and there are many things you can do at home and within your community to help prevent them.
Ready to take your pup out for their daily walk? Let us know in the comments whether they prefer morning or evening walks! 🐕
April is National Heartworm Disease Awareness Month. When it comes to heartworm disease, early prevention is key. Contact us to make sure your pet is up-to-date on their preventatives: https://bluebonnetah.com/contact-south-lamar/
The proof is in the p**p! If your dog has abnormally colored p**ps, it may be a sign that something is wrong.
Leash laws differ from place to place! Make sure you’re following your community’s leash laws as they help prevent accidents from happening and ensure the safety of everyone.
While today is Respect Your Cat Day, you should be showing your cat respect every day! Here are some ways to celebrate with your feline friend! 😻
Lawn pesticides and herbicides are extremely toxic to your pets! If you use any lawn care products, make sure you save product labels and containers just in case your pet ingests anything!
Every second counts when it comes to poison! If you believe your pet has ingested or was exposed to a toxin, contact our team immediately for assistance: 512-441-3192.
It’s National Puppy Day! Test your puppy knowledge with these four facts. How many did you already know? Let us know in the comments below! 🐶
It’s World Water Day!💧 Take a minute to brush up on all you know about water safety for your pet!
Learning how to potty train puppies at the right time and place is one of the most important first steps you can take for a long, happy life together. Remember to be diligent, but most importantly, be patient with your puppy as they learn when and where they can go potty!
Bark and be merry! Happy St. Patrick's Day from our family to yours. We're so lucky to have clients like you guys in our lives! 🍀 As a friendly reminder, remember to keep alcoholic beverages and human treats away from your furry friends this St. Patrick's Day!
Did you know that for years, it was thought by many people that cat hair was the source of allergens? Later, it was recognized that cat dander was the cause! 🙀
In honor of Poison Prevention Awareness Month, here are five ways you can poison-proof your home for your furry friend! 🏠
It's Daylight Saving Time, which means an extra hour of playtime with your pet! 😆
The next time you’re picking out a plant to add to your collection, keep in mind that these three popular houseplants are extremely toxic to dogs! 🌱
In most cases, a case of Frito feet isn’t anything to be terribly concerned about! However, the best way to prevent Frito feet or any infection is to keep your dog's feet as clean as possible. 🐾
There are many benefits to hiring a professional pet sitter. In honor of Professional Pet Sitter Week, we've listed a few!
Your pup deserves clean and safe water to drink. Communal water bowls can increase the risk of Canine Papilloma Virus, Kennel Cough, and respiratory infections, including Canine Influenza. If you are headed out, make sure to bring your own bottle! 💦
While you may be tempted to feed your pet some of the food you are eating, be aware of people foods that you should avoid feeding your furry friend!
Some signs of anaphylactic shock in dogs to watch out for are: diarrhea, vomiting, drooling, pale gums, cold legs, and even seizures. Seek immediate veterinary treatment if you think your dog is showing signs of anaphylactic shock.
Before giving your pup peanut butter as a tasty treat, make sure it does not contain Xylitol, an artificial sweetener that is highly toxic to dogs!
Xylitol can be found in more things than you think! Make sure to always keep any items containing xylitol away from paw's reach.
National Cat Health Month is a great excuse to prioritize your cat's wellbeing. If your cat is displaying any of these five symptoms, it's best to bring your cat in for a check-up!
Praise in dogs can be one of the best tools at your disposal during training! Dogs learn to associate specific human sounds to a learned behavior, and the tone and style of delivery of our verbal praises are just as important to dogs as they are to us.
By spaying or neutering your pet, you can help protect them against certain illnesses, perhaps address certain unwanted behaviors.
We are committed to building on the legacy of providing the best available veterinary care in south Austin that started in 1972 when the South Lamar Animal Hospital (our former name) was opened. Owner Dr. Melissa Vogeler along with Dr. Leslie Ragland, Dr. Kabita Deka, and Dr. Cheryl York are looking to a bright future of caring for your pets!
The Doctors and Staff at Bluebonnet Animal Hospital strive each and every day to deliver the highest standard in veterinary care and help you make the best decisions regarding your pet’s health by keeping you informed and in-touch with your best friend’s needs.
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