Sticker Burs are some of the more serious pet hazards in our area: not only can they work their way into any part of your dog or cat, but they’re very hard to find in a pet’s fur. They like to get around, too—a bur......Read more
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"We have been using Animal Medical Center for several years now and love it. The staff is always friendly and helpful, and Dr. Cauthen is thorough and compassionate and takes the time to listen to your concerns. I would recommend Animal Medical Center to anyone."
"These ladies are the best. Every time I bring my dogs in I can see that they truly love and care for my pups. From grooming to check-ups they handle it all, I don't take my dogs anywhere else. I moved an hour and thirty minutes away and still make the drive."
"Open Saturday! Everyone there was very friendly. They fit me in last minute. My cats even seemed to like it there!! They were able to roam around the room, look out the window, etc. Great place."
"I literally Googled Vets in Tyler, TX several years ago. I hit this one and soooooo happy I did! This team is loving, knowledgeable and kind. They’re my forever vet clinic!"
"My dog is getting older and recently had a seizure. I was very pleased with the care and concern of the staff. I have tried several other vets in this area. I live in Bullard it’s a little further to go to this vet but I believe it’s worth it."
"Professional, knowledgeable, honest, and compassionate. I’m so glad I found Dr. Cauthen and Dr. Cooper to help me give my Shih Tzu, Scooter, the best last years of his life. I would recommend these vets to any who ask."
"Dr. Cauthen is the most skilled, knowledgeable, and compassionate veterinarian I've ever seen. I drive from Dallas just so I'm confident my dogs are in the best care possible."
Our pets are prone to get parasites—it happens, even for our furry friends who only live indoors. As pet owners, it’s important to know what kind of parasites can affect your pet and what you can do about it. Depending on your pet’s lifestyle, they......Read more
National Poison Prevention Week, which was enacted by Congress in 1961, always occurs on the third week in March. This year for 2019, it falls from March 18 to March 24th. So, what exactly is the purpose of National Poison Prevention Week? This specific week......Read more