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Telephone: (512) 537-2364
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Recent Posts: Wellness

Know the Signs of Heat Exhaustion in Dogs

June 2, 2011 | by Austin Dog Zone
Posted in All Dog Categories, Wellness
Heat exhaustion can be dangerous, even fatal, for dogs. It can also be devastating for uninformed or unsuspecting pet owners. Fortunately, there are some simple things that you can do to protect your dog from the dangers of heat exhaustion. Recognize the Signs of Heat Exhaustion in Your Dog Dogs suffering from heat stroke will […] [ Read More ]

Help Your Fearful Dog Enjoy Swimming

May 31, 2011 | by Austin Dog Zone
Posted in Training, Wellness
This summer, you may try to take your dog swimming for the first time; however your dog might not feel his “inner water dog” right away. Not all dogs take to swimming, but here are some tips to make swimming enjoyable for a dog that may be apprehensive: –start in a shallow creek, or pond […] [ Read More ]

A Veterinarian’s Personal Perspective: Making Tough Decisions for Our Pets Pt. 2

May 23, 2011 | by Austin Dog Zone
Posted in Our Lives With Dogs, Wellness
Part Two: So many things are running through my mind as I try to choose a course of action for Tsisdu. She was six months old when I adopted her as a rescue. She was happy and intelligent, like most heelers. She was also hiding a strange illness that caused a cyclical fever about every […] [ Read More ]

A Veterinarian’s Personal Perspective: Making Tough Decisions for Our Pets

May 17, 2011 | by Austin Dog Zone
Posted in Our Lives With Dogs, Wellness
Part One: Yesterday morning, I heard something I didn’t want to hear. My dog, a 6 year-old female blue heeler named Tsisdu, has Grade IV lymphoma. I am a veterinary pathologist, with a lot of education about cancer, its behavior, its origins and its diagnosis. But yesterday, I was just like many other pet owners, […] [ Read More ]

“My Dog Would Never Bite…”

May 16, 2011 | by Austin Dog Zone
Posted in Our Lives With Dogs, Training, Wellness
I can’t tell you how many times I have heard someone say, “My dog would NEVER bite anyone!” That is a claim that I suggest no one make about their dog. We all want to trust our dogs 100%, but ultimately, they are all still dogs, capable of biting if provoked to do so. That […] [ Read More ]

Keep Austin Dogs COOL This Summer!

May 3, 2011 | by Austin Dog Zone
Posted in Wellness
Texas summers can be rough! Quite often, water and shade just don’t help enough. Here are some tips and tools to keep your dog safe and comfortable during the hottest months of the year: Think beyond the basic bowl when it comes to water. Aside from panting, the only way dogs can effectively cool their […] [ Read More ]