There is a borderland where the lives of people and animals meet. It is where relationships are forged, and where memories are made. It is a special place that can bring out the very best from all of us, and it opens up new dimensions to our lives.
At Avery Ranch Animal Hospital, we live and work in that place every day, so we understand the bond between you and your pet. That’s why we put an extra fuzzy towel in a kennel. It’s why we grow fresh catnip in our garden. We’ll greet you and your pet by name, because to us, you aren’t just an appointment on the books – you are part of our community. That’s why over 3000 Cedar Park and Northwest Austin pet owners rely on Avery Ranch Animal Hospital for their veterinary needs.
When you have a problem or a question, we will be there as members of your family’s team . . . your trusted pet’s doctor who will spend the time you need to make things as simple and understandable for you as possible. That’s our promise to you and to your pet.
We offer routine vaccinations, wellness exams, dental services, surgery, emergency services during the day, and boarding. In short, everything that you need is in one place, so that you can spend your time on the things that really matter. Like each other.
Amitraz is a chemical compound commonly found in tick preventatives. It is used in topical medications, tick collars, and other medicines. While not incredibly common, amitraz poisoning can happen and is a serious danger in advanced cases. Here, a Cedar Park vet advises you on the causes, symptoms, and treatment for this hazard. Causes Improper use of a medication containing amitraz is by far the most common cause of poisoning. If the dose is exceeded … Read More
Most of us are familiar with the commercially-available drug Benadryl. It’s an antihistamine, mostly used for treating allergies. What you may not be aware of is that Benadryl is also prescribed to pets. Here, a Cedar Park vet fills you in on using Benadryl for pets. What is it Used For? Benadryl is used on pets to counteract the symptoms of allergies, loss of appetite, hyper-excitability, and motion sickness. It’s mostly used on dogs and … Read More
Your child begs and begs for a pet, promising to diligently and lovingly care for it. You’re not ready to commit to owning a puppy, so you opt for something slightly smaller: a cute, fluffy little hamster. Small, easy to care for, a good choice for a younger child. Perfect, right? Maybe not so perfect. In today’s society, hamsters have come to be considered the ideal child pet, but that label is somewhat flawed. Avery … Read More
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