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Our Fort Worth veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Why is my dog's ear bleeding?

Why is my dog's ear bleeding?

A dog's bloody ear can be a concerning sign for any pet parent. Here, our Fort Worth vets talk about the causes of bleeding ears in dogs, the symptoms that may occur, and how to treat a dog's bleeding ear.

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Ultrasounds for Dogs

Ultrasounds for Dogs

Canine ultrasounds play a crucial role in helping vets diagnose various health conditions in dogs. And when diagnosed early, these conditions can be treated more effectively, leading to better outcomes for the dogs. Today, our Fort Worth vets explain ultrasounds and the role they play in veterinary medicine. 

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X-Rays & CT Scans for Cats & Dogs

X-Rays & CT Scans for Cats & Dogs

For the purpose of providing ongoing care and treatment for animals, the technology that we utilize in our veterinary clinic is absolutely necessary. In this section, our Fort Worth veterinarians answer some of the most frequently asked questions regarding diagnostic imaging for pets and share some information about CT scans and X-rays for dogs and cats on the internet.

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Types of Diagnostic Testing for Pets

Types of Diagnostic Testing for Pets

Veterinary diagnostic tests are an exceptional tool used by our Fort Worth veterinarians to help us pinpoint the cause, extent, or seriousness of your pet's illness or injury. Depending on your pet's condition, the type of pet diagnostic test used will vary. Below are a few of the tests that your vet may recommend to help diagnose or treat your dog or cat.

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Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

While they are much rarer than urinary tract infections in dogs, cats (senior cats in particular) do frequently experience other issues with their urinary tract. Today, our Fort Worth vets list symptoms, causes, and treatments for urinary tract infections and diseases in cats. 

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Diagnostic Imaging for Dogs & Cats

Diagnostic Imaging for Dogs & Cats

Diagnostic imaging capabilities allow your vet to efficiently produce accurate diagnostic information about your pet's condition and provide immediate treatment options. The imaging tool used will vary depending on the condition that is being diagnosed. Our Fort Worth vets talk about the various types of diagnostic imaging for your cat or dog such as CT scans, x-rays, ultrasounds and more.

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Urinalysis For Dogs & Cats

Urinalysis For Dogs & Cats

At Harris Parkway Animal Hospital, we believe strongly in educating our clients so they can be the best possible pet owners. So today, our Fort Worth vets will discuss urinalysis for dogs and cats, as well as how to understand your pet's urinalysis results so you can make the best decisions regarding their medical care.

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Fever in Dogs

Fever in Dogs

Detecting a fever in dogs can be difficult. Here, our Harris Parkway Animal Hospital veterinarians explain how to detect a fever in dogs, the causes, and symptoms, and what you need to know to care for your pet.

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Understanding Blood Tests for Dogs

Understanding Blood Tests for Dogs

Our Fort Worth vets understand that it can be challenging to understand why your pet needs blood testing, and what those results mean. Today we explain the results of the dog's blood tests.

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Tick-Borne Diseases in Dogs

Tick-Borne Diseases in Dogs

Tick-borne diseases pose a very real threat to the health of dogs and people throughout Fort Worth. Symptoms of these conditions can be painful and even life-threatening for your pup. In today's blog, our vets explain some of the most common tick-borne illnesses in dogs, and the symptoms to watch for.

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