Back on Your Feet (Or Paws):  All About Pet Rehabilitation

Pet rehabilitation helps patients function and heal better than ever before. It is simply amazing how much veterinary medicine has continued to evolve since the days of James Herriot. No longer viewed as a disposable commodity, in many homes pets are simply part of the family.

One of the arenas that is growing the in the veterinary world is pet rehabilitation. Animals with pain, decreased mobility or function, or those who are recovering from a surgery or injury can benefit tremendously from techniques historically reserved for humans in physical therapy. Continue…

Why to Spay or Neuter Your Pet at the Veterinarian: A Primer

Over the past decade, the number of low-cost spay and neuter clinics has dramatically grown. There are low-cost spay and neuter clinics in most cities across the nation. Although some of these facilities are good ones, and appeal to those who need to spay or neuter at a low cost, they oftentimes lack the necessary skills and equipment to provide the best surgical options and care.

At Harris Parkway Animal Hospital, we still believe that spaying and neutering your pet with a full service, private practice veterinarian is the best option for the safety and comfort of your pet, and we’re here to explain why.

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