White Rock Veterinary Hospital

White Rock Veterinary Hospital

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Reiki has done wonders for Cloudy. Great team at White Rock.
Meet Smokey the bunny! She was referred to CVCA Cardiac Care for Pets in Austin, TX by White Rock Veterinary Hospital and last saw Sara Beth Bordelon, DVM, MS, Diplomate, ACVIM (Cardiology).

It's always fun to see a different kind of patient, whether it's a rabbit, ferret, or something else! Smokey was a sweet, soft girl and we were hop-py to see her! 🐰

To learn more about CVCA Cardiac Care for Pets, visit us at https://hubs.li/H0XbPxB0!

CVCA Austin is located inside of Austin Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center.
Londyn was adopted recently from the Austin Animal Center foster program. Here she is with her new mom Danika💞 Mom is no stranger to helping animals needing rescue. She also adopted AAC Classic Rocky after discovering him on a Tik Tok video made by one of the staff.

Londyn arrived to the shelter unspoken for, in very rough outdoors condition, blind yet with a resilient s***k. Classics sponsored her medical care while in care with foster Heather who lovingly oversaw her life’s make over, helping recover her skin and spirit and making her eyes more comfortable. She also received chiropractic care to help her mobility.

At the adoption Heather received kisses from London’s new brother Rocky 🐶 👅 ❤️

It’s a very special journey to transform the life of a neglected abandoned senior dog. It takes a small and mighty village. We’re grateful for fosters like Heather and partners like White Rock Veterinary Hospital and supporters, donors, staff and volunteers to help pull all the pieces back together for a life redo, a life anew and truly renewed. We wish Londyn and her family all the best for years to come.
Another Foster update for our Itty Bitty 🍑 Peaches. At the shelter she needed to be carried and she was very stressed. Top photo is the AAC foster coordinator comforting her. Peaches had a lot to say!
Bottom photo with the VanLandingham Family in Foster. She’s discovered toys! She’s been sweet, taking her meds like a good girl and catching up on all her lost sleep. She’s getting some decompress time before going for her full exam sponsored by Classics through White Rock Veterinary Hospital. This is the difference Fosters makes in the life of a senior shelter dog. The journey has just started but it’s a story yet to be written 😇❤️ Peaches is 7 and in the Austin Animal Center foster program. A839583
Teach Me Tuesday!

More a reminder today. Please be kind and patient with your vet team. They only want to help your critter babies. It's been a really rough year and a half for them, too.

Shout out to White Rock Veterinary Hospital and Westgate Pet & Bird Hospital for being there for our piggies, always! We appreciate you!!

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As the sun sets we say thank you for making a difference in the life of Jules. He arrived stray and unspoken for, at the tender age of about 15. Almost as soon as his hold was up he was transported to Miss Heather where his journey started, first a shave down and a start over. Then we provided him with a very medically necessary dental and treatment for his ears. His mobility was helped with a couple chiro sessions and soon he was nearly hopping and skipping his way home to new mom Alison’s place. There he spent the rest of his life pampered and doted on, having the best of the rest. We’re grateful for everyone who offers a hand over loving hand, toward giving a senior dog their natural life back, until it can be no longer. Thank you Alison, Heather and our partners at White Rock Veterinary Hospital along with our donors and well wishers. In peace our good boy Jules ♥️ 🌈
Cu Way's executive starship has landed in adoption! He introduces his work from home space - it's pretty grand! Happy tails and full treat jars Mr Cu Way! Older, mature dogs do this so very well. Cu Way is 14. Like what you see? We have many future executives waiting for their offices.

A big thank you to foster Eva and backup foster JoAnne for helping him on his journey. Cu Way was a foster of Austin Animal Center and had his wellness care needs met through our sponsorship at White Rock Veterinary Hospital
Top O the Morning from Londyn!! Each day is a bright shiny penny, her life's redo has officially started. She had her wellness exam, thanks to a squeeze in at White Rock Veterinary Hospital and her foster mommy sprung a safe groom for her. She's eating well and navigating her new space well as a blind gal and acclimating with her new dog friends. Nothing but the best of the rest of her life ahead. Londyn is about 13 yrs young and is in foster with Austin Animal Center A835852

Londyn's care thus far, which includes an upcoming chiropractic session, totals about $300. We are grateful that some services like her exam and her eye tone test were donated and kept the cost down. Once she is healthy enough she will also be spayed so that she doesn't stand a chance of developing pyometra, an often fatal uterus infection. Donations for her care are very appreciated.
Bandit Goes to the Chiropractor
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Bandit: (cloudy day nap, snoring)

Me: Bandit, wake up! Time to go see Dr. Jack!

Bandit: (opens one eye, closes one eye, continues snoring)

Me: Come on, buddy! We gotta go. You're gonna want to nervous p**p before you get into the car.

Bandit: (doesn't move)

Me: (realizes that he's not like our other small dogs that I can just pick up and pur in the car when they're being stubborn)

Bandit: (finally stirs, rises but doesn't want to go with me out the front door) I don't wanna.

Me: But you'll feel so much better after Dr. Jack adjusts you!

Bandit: (nervously and begrudgingly follows me out the door) I gotta p**p.

Me: I know.

Bandit: I gotta find the right spot.

Me: OK, but then we gotta go.

Bandit: (p**ps as he walks) I couldn't wait.

Me: That's OK. Ready now?

Bandit: I need a nap.

Me: You can sleep on the way to the vet.

Bandit: Will you drive fast? I don't like sudden movements.

Me: Bandit, I'm a slow poke driver. You know that.

Bandit: (quietly) Just checkin'. Are we there yet?

Me: You have to get in the car first.

Bandit: I'll need help.

Me: I got ya.

Bandit: Careful. P**p might come out my butt.

Me: And that'd be OK. I understand.

Bandit: (hops into the car, settles down, looks out the window while I drive)

Me: (20 minutes later) We're here!

Bandit: Is that same lady gonna come get me? She's always really nice.

Me: Yep, here she comes!

Bandit: You're still gonna be here when I get back?

Me: Always. For the rest of your life.

Bandit: OK, don't smother me. (slowly strolls away with nice vet tech lady; 10 minutes later, slowly strolls toward the car with nice vet tech lady)

Vet Tech Lady: He gained two pounds!

Me: That's great! Hi, Bandit! Feel better?

Bandit: I like this lady. And you're still here. (deadpan) Yea, me.

Me: OK, time to go get a celebration burger!

Bandit: You know I appreciate it, but I won't eat it.

Me: We're gonna keep trying. (20 minutes later at P.Terry's) I got you a burger! (reaches burger back to Bandit in back seat)

Bandit: (looks away)

Me: (gets into back seat) This is for you. (puts burger down at his feet) Really. You can eat it. You're not going to get in trouble.

Bandit: (avoids eye contact with burger; steps on burger but won't eat it; comes closer to me on his own than he has before) Thank you for the burger. I'm just still not sure.

Me: (pets him gently on the jowls) And that's OK. Let's go home.

Bandit: OK. Selfie?

Me: Of course. SMILE!
Meet Me Monday! 👋

We have a special post this Monday. 💖Meet Lucky! This cute little puffball is only 4 weeks old and has a deformity to both front feet. He is otherwise a healthy and happy tiny guy. He is going to start weekly splinting of his feet at White Rock Veterinary Hospital tomorrow. He will probably need some physical therapy as well, but there is a chance we will be able to at least partially correct his foot alignment. We aren't sure yet if he is going to be adoptable (this would be months down the road if so), but make sure to keep checking back to follow his progress! 🥰
Happy National Pet Day 🦮 to Patches and her foster turned forever daddy Forrest. Patches has been known by many over the years, and has been helped by an entire village. We thank everyone who has had a part in Patches long shelter journey including our amazing ❤️compassionate donors❤️ and White Rock Veterinary Hospital who provided for Patches medical care during portions of her fostership including 2 cancer removal surgeries (cutaneous hemangiosarcomaS) and recovery including extensive hydrotherapy.

Celebrate today with your pet, doing what you both love!


https://www.texasmonthly.com/being-texan/austin-dog-patches-adopted-after-waiting-1913-days/
Update: Foster secured and leaving the shelter 4/7and getting exam and treatment plan 4/7. Thank you Caroline and White Rock Veterinary Hospital💯💙

We know he would like a chance to be all he can be. He needs surgery and a foster to handle his trips and recovery to help him over this hurdle in life. He’s Max and he’s 9 yrs old. He is a very pleasant boy, a bit shy and waggy tailed to friendly dogs nearby. He also seems house trained and is not mobility challenged.

He needs to urgently leave the shelter due to the open infection on his rear back. Please keep in mind potential animal friends at home must be respectful of not jumping on or licking his wounds. I know some of us have nurse maid dogs at home that may be overly eager to apply their own medical care. After he recovers the foster will work with us to find adoption opportunities unless the foster falls in love 🥰 and fosters always have first dibs.

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More medical notes:

Sweet dog, BAR, CV- grade 2 soft systolic murmur, lungs ausc cl, pulses s/s, CRT

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EXCEPTIONAL PETS deserve EXCEPTIONAL CARE Our social media accounts are "social" If you have an animal medical emergency, have questions about our services or would like to make an appointment, call us during office hours at 512 670-5400 or visit our website at www.whiterockvet.com

Operating as usual

12/23/2021

Marissa & Charm ❤️❤️

Marissa & Charm ❤️❤️

12/22/2021

#WellnessWednesday Guinea pigs are very prone to eye disease. A survey of 1000 guinea pigs showed that 45% of animals examined had some ocular abnormality. The majority were lens lesions including 17% with cataract and 21% with subclinical lens abnormalities such as nuclear sclerosis. Other abnormalities included conjunctivitis in 4.7% and keratitis in 3.6%. Lipid deposition in conjunctiva was observed in 2.3% of guinea pigs and ciliary body heterotopic bone formation in 0.8% of animals. You can read the full article here: https://rb.gy/bqc9sk

Photos from Williamson County Emergency Services's post 12/08/2021

Photos from Williamson County Emergency Services's post

Photos from White Rock Veterinary Hospital's post 12/02/2021

Doctors & Bunnies 🐰🐰🐰🐰❤️❤️❤️❤️

11/29/2021

Happy Monday!

Happy Monday!

11/25/2021

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11/24/2021

We will be closed Thursday and Friday. Happy Thanksgiving 🦃🍁🧡

We will be closed Thursday and Friday. Happy Thanksgiving 🦃🍁🧡

11/23/2021

Millie, a 2 year-old standard poodle came in to see Dr. Turner for her annual wellness exam. She is clearly ready for Thanksgiving with her orange tail. 🦃 🍁

Millie, a 2 year-old standard poodle came in to see Dr. Turner for her annual wellness exam. She is clearly ready for Thanksgiving with her orange tail. 🦃 🍁

11/22/2021

Brooke and 8 week old Charlie ❤️❤️

Brooke and 8 week old Charlie ❤️❤️

11/18/2021

Fleur (flower in French) is wearing a very appropriate flower shaped soft inflatable collar after her enucleation surgery. Seen here with Dr Miller for her post-surgical exam.

Fleur (flower in French) is wearing a very appropriate flower shaped soft inflatable collar after her enucleation surgery. Seen here with Dr Miller for her post-surgical exam.

11/17/2021

Dr. Schroeder performing Reiki, also known as energy healing, an alternative medicine therapy on Cloudy

Dr. Schroeder performing Reiki, also known as energy healing, an alternative medicine therapy on Cloudy

11/12/2021

Dani, a seven year old terrier mix, came in to see Dr Schroeder for a wellness exam ❤️❤️

Dani, a seven year old terrier mix, came in to see Dr Schroeder for a wellness exam ❤️❤️

11/11/2021
11/09/2021

Our phones are down. You can reach by email at [email protected] or text us at 5126705400

Photos from White Rock Veterinary Hospital's post 10/31/2021

Happy Halloween🎃 Show us those pets-in-costume pics 👇

Photos from White Rock Veterinary Hospital's post 10/31/2021

Wishing everyone a safe and fun Halloween 🎃Show us your pets-in-costume pics 👇

Photos from White Rock Veterinary Hospital's post 10/23/2021

Amazing week celebrating amazing people ❤️ #nationalveterinarytechnicianweek #nationalvettechweek #whiterockveterinaryhospital #whiterockrockstars

Photos from White Rock Veterinary Hospital's post 10/21/2021

We are feeling the love today! Tacos, Doughnuts and Bunt Cakes! Thank you for loving our Vet Techs! #NationalVeterinaryTechnicianWeek #vettechweek2021 #whiterockveterinaryhospital

Photos from White Rock Veterinary Hospital's post 10/20/2021

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Photos from White Rock Veterinary Hospital's post 10/19/2021

White Rock Rockstars 🤩

Photos from White Rock Veterinary Hospital's post 10/18/2021

We love and appreciate our amazing Vet Techs everyday!! This week is National Veterinary Technician Week. These guys are among the hardest working, dedicated and compassionate people in the industry ❤️❤️❤️❤️

10/16/2021

Dr Turner & Dr Riggan visited with and interviewed vet school students at A&M today 👍

Dr Turner & Dr Riggan visited with and interviewed vet school students at A&M today 👍

10/16/2021

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Dr. Riggan & Dr. Turner had such a great day meeting and visiting with some amazing vet school students. They have such excitement and enthusiasm for their chosen profession!

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10/11/2021

This is Splendid. A 5 year old Cornish Rex. Happy Monday ❤️

This is Splendid. A 5 year old Cornish Rex. Happy Monday ❤️

Photos from Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter's post 10/07/2021

Photos from Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter's post

Photos from White Rock Veterinary Hospital's post 10/01/2021

Friday cuteness overload! This is Azusa 🥰

09/25/2021

Happy International Rabbit Day!

Photos from The Schwarzman Animal Medical Center's post 09/09/2021

Photos from The Schwarzman Animal Medical Center's post

Photos from Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians's post 08/31/2021

Photos from Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians's post

08/06/2021

We are having phone issues. You can text us (5126705400) or email us ([email protected])

08/03/2021

Jett & Brooke ❤️❤️

Jett & Brooke ❤️❤️

Photos from White Rock Veterinary Hospital's post 07/16/2021

World Snake Day 🐍

07/15/2021

Moose & Kara ❤️❤️ Moose is a 10 week old bull terrier 🥰

Moose & Kara ❤️❤️ Moose is a 10 week old bull terrier 🥰

06/24/2021

Oliver & Erica ❤️❤️

Oliver & Erica ❤️❤️

06/23/2021

Frick & Frack @classiccaninesatx

Frick & Frack @classiccaninesatx

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