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  • 29 Jan East Texas veterinarians warn pet owners of dog flu

    SMITH COUNTY, TX (KLTV) – As the number of flu cases in humans continues to rise, there is one family member that should not be forgotten, the dog. Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine has reported an uptick in cases of canine influenza, most notably......

  • 26 Feb Sago Palm plant can be fatal to pets

    TYLER, Texas – A common home landscaping plant can be fatal to your pet. The Sago Palm is often used for decoration. “They’re an attractive plant usually around the pool and landscaping and all, so they’re pretty popular nowadays and a lot of people aren’t......

  • 02 Feb SPECIAL REPORT: Small Survivors

    TYLER, TX (KETK) – Let’s admit it, pets are considered part of the family. We invest so much time and energy into their lives…whether it be their favorite treats or a cute new sweater. And so whenever tragedy strikes, like cancer, we still do everything......

  • 23 Oct Veterinarian weighs in on dog treat warning

    TYLER, TX (KLTV) – The Food and Drug Administration has a warning for pet owners. There is a treat you may be giving your dog that could make them sick or even kill them. Although the FDA has not released any specific brands, one East......

  • 26 Jun Your cat may not survive bobcat fever

    TYLER, TX (KLTV) – If your cat likes to roam outside, you might want to check him for ticks. In particular, Lone Star ticks. These ticks have the potential to carry bobcat fever, which is deadly to cats. Cases have been reported in the south-central......

  • 23 May Your pet’s strange behavior could indicate a serious illness

    TYLER, TX (KLTV) – It might seem humorous, but if you see your pet pressing its head against a wall, it could be a sign of a serious problem. “Head pressing is a neurologic symptom that we see. Dogs can kind of stare into space......