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Separation Anxiety in Pets

You will eventually get to leave your house. Your pet may not get it — but we do. Learn how to make the transition easier for your pet. You may be headed back to your office soon. Your pet, who has become your loyal and dedicated coworker, has thoroughly enjoyed the stay-at-home companionship. They may…

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Add a New Pet to Your Family?

Now that your new pet has found their forever home, they are likely doing some things you’d expect. And maybe some things you wouldn’t. What’s normal? What’s not? Is it normal that… My dog has a little cough? My cat’s eyes are watery? My pet scoots its bottom on the rug? My dog eats poop?…

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Who loves your pet besides you? Us!

Springs Veterinary Care is committed to a lifetime of wellbeing for your pet. Even in times of uncertainty, we remain your most trusted source of veterinary information. This is why we encourage you to call us at 512-829-6140 first with any questions or concerns you may have about your pet’s health. Big or small. Complex…

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Your Pet as Your New Coworker

These days, you’re home. A lot. It is time to replace your office coffee break with a new one—a fun break with your pet! Your pet has realized their world is different. You are now home a lot. Your dog has mastered the stop, drop and roll belly rub. Your cat has taken over your…

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COVID-19 Client Safety Updates

We need to adjust our intake methods in accordance with CDC guidelines of the 6-foot rule. For the safety of you and our staff, we apologize we cannot have clients in the hospital at this time. Please call us from your car upon arrival at 512.829.6140 Make sure no other pets are waiting ahead of you…

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Million Mask Challenge

Springs Veterinary Care is joining the 100 Million Mask Challenge to help alleviate the shortage of surgical masks affecting both the human and veterinary medical communities. These easy-to-make cotton surgical masks are washable and reusable. Through the #millionmaskchallenge, our clients, families and friends can help keep medical staff safe and functioning while working on the front lines of…

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COVID-19 Information for Pet Owners

We at Springs Veterinary Care want to reassure you that we remain committed to providing healthcare for your pet family members in a safe environment and are taking precautions to limit chances of exposure at our facility.  We are continuing to clean surfaces at our clinic and are adding additional wiping of door handles and commonly…

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100 Million Masks Challenge

Springs Veterinary Care is joining the 100 Million Mask Challenge to help alleviate the shortage of surgical masks affecting both the human and veterinary medical communities. These easy-to-make cotton surgical masks are washable and reusable. Through the #millionmaskchallenge, our clients, families and friends can help keep medical staff safe and functioning while working on the…

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The ABCs of Pawsome Petcare

In honor of National Pet Week that has since passed, here are the ABCs of showing your pet you care year-round. A – Adventure Whether your pet enjoys leisurely strolls through the neighborhood, indoor play, or multi-mile hikes, spicing up your current routine with new routes, styles of play, and toys can invigorate your pet’s…

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Case study: Penelope

Penelope, a 9-year-old spayed female dachshund, came to Springs Veterinary Care with an extreme case of bad breath. Her owners even dubbed her “Stinky Penelope.” Dr. Amanda Smith examined Penelope, identifying dental disease and bad breath. She graded Penelope’s periodontal disease at 4/4, the most advanced disease, and an indication of advanced gum disease and…

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