Travis Country Veterinary Hospital

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Today is World Veterinary Day! 🩺🐾​Veterinarians are an integral part of a pet’s well-being – and we can’t thank our team...
04/27/2024

Today is World Veterinary Day! 🩺🐾​

Veterinarians are an integral part of a pet’s well-being – and we can’t thank our team enough for their commitment and dedication to our community’s animals.

Join us in thanking our vets in the comments below!​

With tomorrow being Hairball Awareness Day, we wanted to remind our cat parents about the importance of preventing hairb...
04/25/2024

With tomorrow being Hairball Awareness Day, we wanted to remind our cat parents about the importance of preventing hairballs.

Accumulated from excessive grooming, hairballs can build in your cat’s digestive system and either get coughed up or in some cases, need surgical removal.
If your cat is excessively vomiting, lethargic, loses their appetite, or has diarrhea or constipation, these may be signs of a blockage and you should contact our team immediately.

Share this post to help spread awareness!

April is   – and with instances on the rise – we are sharing what you need to know as a pet owner!Heartworms are life-th...
04/20/2024

April is – and with instances on the rise – we are sharing what you need to know as a pet owner!

Heartworms are life-threatening parasites, transmitted by mosquitoes, that can live in your pet’s system and can lead to heart failure, liver damage, or worse. Heartworm disease is 100% preventable. Annual testing and year-round prevention can provide a lifetime of protection.

If your pet is due for their annual heartworm test or needs a refill on prevention, contact us today! For more info on heartworms, click here: https://bit.ly/3Tpuo7L

➡️ Help us spread awareness by sharing this post!

🤧 Just like humans, pets can experience the troubles that allergy season can bring. Common symptoms of allergies in pets...
04/18/2024

🤧 Just like humans, pets can experience the troubles that allergy season can bring. Common symptoms of allergies in pets include:

-Excessive scratching and biting their skin ​
-Red, inflamed, or infected skin ​
-Paw licking ​
-Excessive shedding ​
-Inflamed, itchy ears

If your pet exhibits any of the mentioned symptoms, contact us today! We can rule out any underlying conditions, address allergies, and discuss our available treatment options.

Did you know tick exposure can occur year-round, but are most active during warmer months?Ticks can carry many diseases,...
04/13/2024

Did you know tick exposure can occur year-round, but are most active during warmer months?

Ticks can carry many diseases, such as Lyme disease, which can lead to many health complications. It's important to remain as vigilant and preventive as possible!​
To find out if Lyme disease is a concern in your area, view the Companion Animal Parasite Council map: https://bit.ly/4aejw3o

To discuss tick preventives, please reach out to our team.

🙅 Help remind other pet parents of the importance of tick prevention by sharing this post!

It’s one of the best days of the year – National Pet Day! That’s every day as a pet parent, right? 😊​🐾Comment below phot...
04/11/2024

It’s one of the best days of the year – National Pet Day! That’s every day as a pet parent, right? 😊​🐾

Comment below photos or videos of your pets – we want to see them all! ​

Refilling prescriptions is now even more convenient. Easily order prescription refills anytime at the touch of a button ...
04/08/2024

Refilling prescriptions is now even more convenient. Easily order prescription refills anytime at the touch of a button through our new mobile app, Happy Healthy Pets™

Download the new app for free TODAY in the Apple App Store or Google Play!

https://bit.ly/46ouule

Did you know dental disease can cause significant, chronic pain in pets? This is one of the many reasons maintaining you...
04/06/2024

Did you know dental disease can cause significant, chronic pain in pets? This is one of the many reasons maintaining your pet’s dental health is vital to their overall well-being.

Brushing your pet’s teeth daily is a great way to practice good oral health. Along with the many flavored toothpastes that are out there, we can also recommend effective rinses, treats, and chews that help keep your pet’s smile healthy and as pain-free as can be!

Share this post to help remind your pet parent friends to brush their pet’s teeth!

April marks National Canine Fitness Month – the pawfect reminder that keeping your pet active helps reduce the risk of c...
04/04/2024

April marks National Canine Fitness Month – the pawfect reminder that keeping your pet active helps reduce the risk of cancer, diabetes, arthritis, and other ailments.​ Not only are there health benefits to your pet staying active, but it is a great opportunity to bond with them!

What are some things you and your pet do to stay active?

From scheduling routine appointments, vaccines, and lab work to preventative refills, our new mobile app, Happy Healthy ...
04/01/2024

From scheduling routine appointments, vaccines, and lab work to preventative refills, our new mobile app, Happy Healthy Pets™ makes managing your pet's healthcare simpler and more convenient.

Download the new app for free TODAY in the Apple App Store or Google Play!

https://bit.ly/46ouule

Tomorrow is Easter Sunday! How are you and your fuzzy best friend celebrating? Tell us in the comments below! ⤵️
03/30/2024

Tomorrow is Easter Sunday! How are you and your fuzzy best friend celebrating? Tell us in the comments below! ⤵️

As we hop into Easter weekend, we wanted to send out a reminder that the following items should stay out of your pet’s r...
03/28/2024

As we hop into Easter weekend, we wanted to send out a reminder that the following items should stay out of your pet’s reach:

•Chocolate ​
•Candy (including sugar-free)​
•Plastic eggs ​
•Easter Lilies ​
•Table scraps (pork roast, ham, or other fatty foods) ​

To help promote safety for our neighborhood pets, please share this post. ​🐰
Have a happy and safe Easter!

Need to ask a quick question to your veterinary team? Simply send us a text within our new mobile app, Happy Healthy Pet...
03/25/2024

Need to ask a quick question to your veterinary team? Simply send us a text within our new mobile app, Happy Healthy Pets™! We’re here to answer your questions and partner to make managing your pet’s healthcare simple and more convenient.

Download the new app for free TODAY in the Apple App Store or Google Play!

https://bit.ly/46ouule

Paws what you are doing – it’s National Puppy Day! Puppies bring so much happiness and warmth to our lives. We have the ...
03/23/2024

Paws what you are doing – it’s National Puppy Day!

Puppies bring so much happiness and warmth to our lives. We have the pleasure of cuddling them often at our clinic, and we’d love it if you would join us in celebrating them today by sharing a photo of your pup in the comments below! 💙

Creepy crawlers – there is nothing good about them! ❌Fleas and ticks are parasites that live on humans and pets. Not onl...
03/21/2024

Creepy crawlers – there is nothing good about them! ❌

Fleas and ticks are parasites that live on humans and pets. Not only are they uncomfortable, but they can carry diseases that can affect your pet’s health.

We offer a variety of preventive methods that are highly effective. Contact us to learn about our options that are best suited for your pet! To help remind your pet parent friends to stay aware of fleas and ticks – share this post.

Scheduling your pet’s next visit with us has never been easier with our new Happy Healthy Pets™ app. Book or view upcomi...
03/18/2024

Scheduling your pet’s next visit with us has never been easier with our new Happy Healthy Pets™ app. Book or view upcoming appointments any time.

Download the new app for free TODAY in the Apple App Store or Google Play!

https://bit.ly/46ouule

Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day – are you feline lucky? We anticipate many festivities – so we wanted to send a friendly r...
03/16/2024

Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day – are you feline lucky?

We anticipate many festivities – so we wanted to send a friendly reminder to keep alcohol out of your pet’s reach. If ingested, pets can experience seizures and respiratory failure.​

Share this post to not only help promote safety, but to spread some good ol’ Irish luck! 🍀​

This week is Pet Poison Prevention Week. Awareness is key – and helping to keep your pet safe and out of harm’s way is o...
03/14/2024

This week is Pet Poison Prevention Week. Awareness is key – and helping to keep your pet safe and out of harm’s way is our shared prerogative!

If an emergency occurs, please contact us immediately or call the Pet Poison Helpline at 800-213-6680. ​

To help promote a safe environment, we’ve included a resource that you can print and keep in your household. Download and print from here: https://bit.ly/3Y3Lnwx

Share this post to help promote awareness and to possibly help save a pet’s life.

Our veterinary team is thrilled to provide you with a new mobile app that makes partnering with us to manage your pet's ...
03/11/2024

Our veterinary team is thrilled to provide you with a new mobile app that makes partnering with us to manage your pet's healthcare simpler and more convenient.

Introducing the new Happy Healthy Pets™ app. Book appointments anytime, connect with our veterinary team via text message, view and take action on your pet’s health recommendations, from vaccines to exams to medication refills, all within the app.

Download the new app for free TODAY in the Apple App Store or Google Play!

https://bit.ly/46ouule

  our previous post, dental disease can impact your pet’s kidneys, but it’s also preventable! Here are our top tips to h...
03/09/2024

our previous post, dental disease can impact your pet’s kidneys, but it’s also preventable! Here are our top tips to help prevent dental disease and promote overall wellness for your pet:

-Brush their teeth daily with pet toothpaste
-Ask us about dental care products (oral rinses, wipes, dental chews, etc.)
-Attend annual dental exams to identify any early signs of disease
-Professional teeth cleanings should be performed at least annually

For more on dental disease prevention, see here: https://bit.ly/49Uf21L

Just like humans, pets can experience kidney impairment and even disease. However, with early diagnosis and intervention...
03/07/2024

Just like humans, pets can experience kidney impairment and even disease. However, with early diagnosis and intervention, many pets can live a normal, happy life.

With March being , we wanted to highlight signs of kidney disease and preventive methods.

To help spread knowledge and awareness on kidney health – share this post!

Today is International Cat Rescue Day! Rescuing a feline companion can be an incredibly rewarding experience. 🐾🤍Here is ...
03/02/2024

Today is International Cat Rescue Day! Rescuing a feline companion can be an incredibly rewarding experience. 🐾🤍

Here is how you can help celebrate :
1. Share this post to help spread awareness on behalf of the cats waiting for a loving home
2. Who rescued who? If you have a rescue cat, share their story in the comments!

Did you know that UTIs are common in pets? Just like for humans, urinary tract infections occur when bacteria travel up ...
02/29/2024

Did you know that UTIs are common in pets?

Just like for humans, urinary tract infections occur when bacteria travel up into the bladder and reproduce.

If your pet is exhibiting symptoms of a UTI, consult your veterinarian. Not only is a treatment protocol important to follow, but further testing may need to be conducted as certain urinary tract disorders can mimic a UTI.

Tap “Share” to help keep your pet-parent friends in-the-know!

Did you know that cats can become pregnant as early as four months old, and dogs as early as six months old?Spaying /neu...
02/24/2024

Did you know that cats can become pregnant as early as four months old, and dogs as early as six months old?

Spaying /neutering cats and dogs is beneficial to their health as it removes the risk of unplanned litters and decreases the risk of reproductive illnesses.

Have questions on spaying or neutering? Call us today. We would be happy to talk through any questions you may have.

PSA to pawrents – tomorrow is National Dog Biscuit Day! 🦴Does your pet beg for their treat with some fancy tricks? If so...
02/22/2024

PSA to pawrents – tomorrow is National Dog Biscuit Day! 🦴

Does your pet beg for their treat with some fancy tricks? If so, show us a video in the comments below! ⬇️

It’s National Heart Month –a time to spread love as well as bring awareness to heart conditions pets can experience, suc...
02/17/2024

It’s National Heart Month –a time to spread love as well as bring awareness to heart conditions pets can experience, such as heart disease.

There are various types of heart disease, and some can lead to heart failure. For this reason, awareness and early detection is our greatest defense. During your pet’s wellness exams, we will evaluate your pet’s heart health and detect any cause for concern.

If your pet is exhibiting symptoms, consult your veterinarian. Help us spread awareness by sharing this post! 💙

Keeping our pets happy and healthy requires preventive care. Vaccinations are essential to help reduce the severity of c...
02/15/2024

Keeping our pets happy and healthy requires preventive care. Vaccinations are essential to help reduce the severity of certain illnesses and prevent infections. To ensure your pet is up-to-date on their vaccines, contact us today!

It’s Super Bowl LVIII weekend! Who are you and your four-legged friend rooting for tomorrow? Comment below! 🏈​
02/10/2024

It’s Super Bowl LVIII weekend! Who are you and your four-legged friend rooting for tomorrow? Comment below! 🏈​

Caring for your pet’s dental health is pivotal in preventing decay, infection, and disease. ​Check out the 3 things you ...
02/08/2024

Caring for your pet’s dental health is pivotal in preventing decay, infection, and disease. ​Check out the 3 things you need to know about dental disease in pets and how you can help prevent it!

Share this post to help keep your neighborhood pet’s smile fresh and healthy!🦷​
Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3UBrBe3

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we know chocolate candies are likely on your menu. This is your (loving) reminde...
02/03/2024

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we know chocolate candies are likely on your menu. This is your (loving) reminder to make sure they stay off your pet’s menu! ❌🍫

When ingested, chocolate can poison your pet. If you believe your pet ingested chocolate, contact your veterinarian and the Pet Poison Helpline (800-213-6680) immediately.

Share this post to spread awareness.

Address

5318 W US Highway 290 Service Rd
Austin, TX
78735

Opening Hours

Monday 7:30am - 6pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 6pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 6pm
Thursday 7:30am - 6pm
Friday 7:30am - 6pm
Saturday 8am - 1pm

Telephone

+15128921351

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