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Pet Safety Tips for Thanksgiving!

Posted on 11-21-2017

At Emergency Animal Hospital of Northwest Austin, our Austin veterinarian and team is here to serve your pets with the highest standard of care all year-round. With Thanksgiving quickly approa...

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A Message to Those Affected By Hurricane Harvey

Posted on 10-26-2017

Shelters across the country are continuing to feel the stress of Hurricane Harvey.  Displaced, abandoned, and injured animals from the coastal area of Rockport/Fulton are being ca...

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10 Items You Need To Keep Away From Your Pet

Posted on 10-25-2017

A pet emergency can happen when you least expect it. While not all accidents are avoidable, there are many things you can do to maintain your animal's safety in your home. For...

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Dog Fights and Attacks

Posted on 06-08-2017

At Emergency Animal Hospital of Northwest Austin, our veterinary team is committed to providing your pet with the best possible care under any circumstance. When your pet is in need of urgent,...

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Top 5 questions about Cat Diabetes

Posted on 03-02-2017

Affecting mostly older, overweight, male cats, diabetes mellitus is clinically diagnosed by your Austin veterinarian through blood and urine tests indicating excessive levels of glucose in the cat...

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