If you have an emergency and it's during business hours, please rush your pet in. If at all possible please call when you are on your way to ensure a doctor is available. If you have an emergency and it's past business hours please call (281) 346-0077 for further instrustions or you can call one of the following emergency clinics below.

North Houston Veterinary Specialists and Emergency (281) 675-6000

Sugar Land Verterinary Specialists and Emergency (281) 491-7800

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Click on ePet Health above to register your email with us on the ePet Health website. This website helps you stay in touch with all your pets medical records. If you haven't received an email from us and would like to be linked to your pets medical records, call the office and give us your email address.

Happy Halloween!

 With Halloween approaching we aren't the only ones that like chocolate and candy. Our pets like chocolate and candy too! Chocolate toxicity is most common around holidays when chocolate can be found at every turn. Unfortunately, dogs do not show any restraint with how much they consume. Chocolate is also toxic to cats, but they often do not eat enough of this delicacy to cause toxicity.

Chocolate contains a group of chemicals known as methylxanthines; most specifically, theobromine and caffeine. Dogs and cats cannot tolerate the higher levels of these compounds like people can. Different types of chocolate have varying amounts of these toxic compounds:

*Milk chocolate
*Semi-Sweet (Bittersweet) Chocolate
*Cocoa Bean Mulch
*Baking Chocolate
*Cocoa powder

White chocolate  contains insignificant amounts of the toxic compounds, and is therefore rarely toxic. 

Symptoms of chocolate toxicity depend on:

1. What type of chocolate was eaten?
2. How much chocolate was eaten?

Mild toxicity: vomiting, diarrhea

Moderate toxicity: vomiting, diarrhea, hyperactivity and a racing heart rate

Severe toxicity: seizures and death

 To keep your pet healthy and out of the emergency room, keep all candy, candy wrappers and chocolate containing items in a tightly sealed container far out of reach from your pet.

Chocolate ingestion is considered an emergency. If you think that your pet has eaten chocolate, call the veterinary clinic immediately for recommendations. Time is of the essence. 

 Have a safe and Happy Halloween!

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When things go horribly awry with your pet's health, time is of the essence.

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Saturday 8 am- 12 pm

29810 FM 1093, Suite G
Fulshear, Texas 77441
Fax 281-533-0203

Preventive medicine is the best defense against health issues down the road.