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BluePearl Veterinary Partners: Stone Oak

BluePearl Veterinary Partners: Stone Oak We are a multi-specialty referral veterinary hospital. We provide surgery, internal medicine, radiology, emergency and critical care. COVID-19 UPDATE: BluePearl Pet Hospital in San Antonio is OPEN.

Please visit our website for information on our latest intake procedures. Our pet hospital, open 24 hours Monday-Friday and 8 pm-8 am Saturday-Sunday, is located in Stone Oak and serves the San Antonio area and all of South Texas. Stone Oak routinely does tracheal stenting and total hip replacement. The diverse specialties in our 19,000-square-foot hospital allow for more collaborative care. We ha

Please visit our website for information on our latest intake procedures. Our pet hospital, open 24 hours Monday-Friday and 8 pm-8 am Saturday-Sunday, is located in Stone Oak and serves the San Antonio area and all of South Texas. Stone Oak routinely does tracheal stenting and total hip replacement. The diverse specialties in our 19,000-square-foot hospital allow for more collaborative care. We ha

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While jellybeans and chocolate are sweet treats for humans, they are not safe for dogs.BluePearl hospitals see an alarmi...
04/14/2022
Easter Candy Dangers for Pets - BluePearl

While jellybeans and chocolate are sweet treats for humans, they are not safe for dogs.

BluePearl hospitals see an alarming 321% increase in chocolate toxicity cases on Easter each year. With candy sales expected to be 5-7% higher this holiday, we're providing you with expert tips to help keep your pet safe from chocolate and candy this Easter.

https://bluepearlvet.com/articles/easter-candy-dangers-for-pets/

#BluePearlVet #ChocolateToxicity #PetPoisons

Veterinarians from BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital are issuing a warning for pet owners ahead of Easter, fearing a higher-than-usual uptick in chocolate toxicity cases. BluePearl, which has over 100 pet hospitals across the U.S. that see more than 1.2 pets annually, sees an alarming 3...

BluePearl sees an increase in food-related pet emergencies every holiday season. Avoid an emergency trip to the vet by l...
12/20/2021
Keeping Pets Safe this Holiday - BluePearl Pet Hospital

BluePearl sees an increase in food-related pet emergencies every holiday season. Avoid an emergency trip to the vet by learning which holiday foods are "paws off" and which are safe to feed your pet.

https://bluepearlvet.com/articles/keeping-pets-safe-this-holiday/

BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital, which has more than 100 hospitals in 29 U.S. states, sees an approximate 372% increase in chocolate-related emergency visits every Christmas Eve (versus other days of the year).

Another successful CE.  Our Criticalist spoke on Toxicity in small animals.  Lots to learn to help us with small animals...
12/08/2021

Another successful CE. Our Criticalist spoke on Toxicity in small animals. Lots to learn to help us with small animals. Sago palms, lilies, Ect! First signs call your vet or come to us!

When your pet won't eat, it can be hard to decide if and when they should be seen by their veterinarian. In this UExpres...
11/30/2021

When your pet won't eat, it can be hard to decide if and when they should be seen by their veterinarian.

In this UExpress article, Dr. Lindsey E. Bullen, a board-certified veterinary nutritionist at BluePearl, weighs in about the factors to consider if your pet is not eating.

https://www.uexpress.com/pets/pet-connection/2021/11/15

#BluePearlVet #VeterinaryNutritionist

After an evening of tricks and treats, remember to hide the sweets!Candy, especially chocolates, can cause pancreatitis ...
10/25/2021

After an evening of tricks and treats, remember to hide the sweets!

Candy, especially chocolates, can cause pancreatitis and even intestinal blockages in dogs if ingested with the wrapper. Chocolate is toxic to dogs, so be sure to never leave trick-or-treat bags on floors, low chairs or coffee tables.

#BluePearlVet #Halloween

If you're familiar with the itchy rash that you get when you touch poison ivy, you may be wondering if your dog would ha...
09/17/2021

If you're familiar with the itchy rash that you get when you touch poison ivy, you may be wondering if your dog would have the same reaction.

Find out if dogs can get poison ivy — and what to know about keeping your pet safe - in this article by The Dodo: https://www.thedodo.com/dodowell/can-dogs-get-poison-ivy.

#BluePearlVet #TheDodo #PoisonIvy

Our own Behaviorist, Dr. Walter Burghardt, spoke tonight to our referral community about Behavioral medicine.   We keep ...
09/15/2021

Our own Behaviorist, Dr. Walter Burghardt, spoke tonight to our referral community about Behavioral medicine. We keep our referral Veterinarians up to date on advancement in all areas of medicine.

Planning an end-of-summer road trip with your dog in tow? Keep in mind that just like humans, dogs can experience car si...
08/31/2021
Three Ways to Help Your Dog with Car Anxiety and Motion Sickness

Planning an end-of-summer road trip with your dog in tow? Keep in mind that just like humans, dogs can experience car sickness and anxiety during the ride.

Learn how to make it an easy ride for pet passengers in this Martha Stewart Living article: https://www.marthastewart.com/8130238/treating-dog-car-sickness-travel-anxiety.

#BluePearlVet #MarthaStewartLiving #TravelingwithPets

Learn how to help your dog combat car sickness and anxiety with home remedies, conditioning, and medication, according to veterinarians.

While you enjoy a fresh watermelon slice today for National Watermelon Day, remember to keep the seeds and rind out of p...
08/03/2021

While you enjoy a fresh watermelon slice today for National Watermelon Day, remember to keep the seeds and rind out of paws-reach of your pet.

Watermelon is safe for dogs with a few precautions. Remove the seeds before giving any to your pet, as these are a choking hazard. And don't allow your dog to eat the rind of the watermelon, as it causes gastrointestinal upsets and can cause blockages.

#BluePearlVet #NationalWatermelonDay

07/29/2021
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Summertime offers plenty of playtime outdoors. There are balls to be thrown and dogs ready to go chasing after them.

But the summer heat brings with it the possibility of heatstroke for pets. Watch for these signs of heatstroke when your dog is outdoors, especially during summer months.

Fourth of July weekend is a time for friends, fun, fireworks and — more than any other time of the year — for taking pet...
07/01/2021
Fourth of July Weekend: A Dangerous Time for Pets | BluePearl Pet Hospital

Fourth of July weekend is a time for friends, fun, fireworks and — more than any other time of the year — for taking pets to the emergency room. In fact, emergency visits on July 4 are 48% higher than an average day, according to new BluePearl data.

We're sharing tips to keep your pet safe on the busiest day of the year for animal emergencies at https://bluepearlvet.com/articles/fourth-of-july-weekend-a-dangerous-time-for-pets/.

#FourthofJuly #IndependenceDay #BluePearlVet

Every Fourth of July weekend people across the United States take part in outdoor festivities with family and friends. Whether this means grilling, watching a firework show, or swimming, it is important to keep pet safety in mind, as this weekend, above all others, is one of the busiest times of the...

Armed Forces Day is a day to celebrate service members across all branches of the military. We have the welcome opportun...
05/15/2021

Armed Forces Day is a day to celebrate service members across all branches of the military. We have the welcome opportunity today to pay special tribute to those who serve. Thank you for all that you do!

#ArmedForcesDay

Your pet is always there for you. And our team works tirelessly to be there for them when they need care the most. If yo...
04/27/2021
Submit Your Pet's Story | BluePearl Pet Hospital

Your pet is always there for you. And our team works tirelessly to be there for them when they need care the most. If you have a beautiful story to tell about your experience with us, please submit it at the link below for a chance to have it shared. #BluePearlPets #BluePearlVet

https://bluepearlvet.com/submit-your-pets-story/

Use this form to tell us about your experience with the veterinary specialists and vet support teams at BluePearl Specialty + Emergency Pet Hospital.

Some of our favorite photos of our patients are taken when they are headed home for a restful recovery. Let's see your c...
04/20/2021

Some of our favorite photos of our patients are taken when they are headed home for a restful recovery. Let's see your car photos of your pet on the ride home! #BluePearlPets

(Photo Credit: @mctanner93)

Let's fill Facebook with lots of love for the pets who make our days brighter. ✨ This Saturday (April 10) is National Hu...
04/09/2021

Let's fill Facebook with lots of love for the pets who make our days brighter. ✨

This Saturday (April 10) is National Hug Your Dog Day and Sunday (April 11) is National Pet Day. Post a photo of you hugging your pet with the hashtag #BluePearlPets, and don't forget to tag us. Our team never misses out on a chance to show your pet some love!

Smile like it's almost the weekend. #FridayEve #BluePearlPets(Photo Credit: @life.as.kiah; photographed by @kaitaff13)
04/08/2021

Smile like it's almost the weekend. #FridayEve #BluePearlPets

(Photo Credit: @life.as.kiah; photographed by @kaitaff13)

When choosing your blooms for Easter this weekend, remember to avoid lilies if you have a cat in your home. Easter lilie...
04/02/2021

When choosing your blooms for Easter this weekend, remember to avoid lilies if you have a cat in your home. Easter lilies are toxic for cats if ingested and can result in acute kidney failure or even death. All parts of the plant (leaves, petals and pollen) are toxic to cats. #BluePearlPet #LilyToxicity

Note: Other toxic lilies (for cats) include tiger, day, Asiatic hybrid, Japanese Show, rubrum, stargazer, red, Western, and wood lilies.

03/24/2021
Dog Vomiting - Toxicity or Foreign Body

Raise your hand if your dog has ever eaten something they shouldn't have. 🙋🏾‍🙋🏻‍🙋🏼‍ Although we know dog vomiting is an unpleasant topic, it is something that pet owners are bound to face, and it is important to note the difference between vomiting (using effort to bring food/liquid up) and regurgitation (no effort demonstrated when bringing food/liquid up), as they have significantly different causes and treatments. In this video, Erick Mears, DVM, DACVIM, BluePearl's Medical Director in Tampa Bay, explains the difference in symptoms between dogs suffering from toxicity versus those who ate a foreign object. #AnimalPoisonPreventionWeek Let us know the strangest thing your dog has eaten in the comments below.

With spring in full swing, you may be considering a spring cleaning at home. But to keep your pets safe, the best practi...
03/22/2021

With spring in full swing, you may be considering a spring cleaning at home. But to keep your pets safe, the best practice is to read the ingredient label of any household products prior to purchasing and be particularly careful with products containing ingredients such as bleach, any acids or oxide/hydroxide ingredients. #AnimalPoisonPreventionWeek #BluePearlVet

Toxic Ingredients for Pets to Avoid:
Hydrogen Peroxide
Isopropyl Alcohol (or rubbing alcohol)
Bleach
Ammonia
Phenols

If you suspect your pet has been poisoned or are concerned about possible exposure, contact a veterinarian or seek veterinary medical help right away. Two good options, which do have a small cost associated with them, are the Pet Poison Helpline at 1 (844) 492-9842 or the ASPCA Animal Poison Control at 1 (888) 426-4435. This may save you a trip to the pet emergency room.

St. Patrick's Day is just a day away. But before you decide to eat, drink and be merry, here is a quick reminder to keep...
03/16/2021

St. Patrick's Day is just a day away. But before you decide to eat, drink and be merry, here is a quick reminder to keep an eye on your drink.🍺👀 Some dogs may lap alcohol off the floor if it spills or drink it right out of your glass when you're not paying attention. But exercise caution to avoid these mistakes, as alcohol is toxic to dogs, and ingestion of alcohol can result in dangerous drops in body temperature, blood pressure and blood sugar.

Common signs to watch for are panting or fast breathing, vomiting or diarrhea, incoordination, drooling, weakness, collapse, or an increased heart rate. These symptoms could begin as rapidly as 30 minutes after ingestion, but they could be delayed up to eight hours (less common).

It wasn't time to say goodbye. The team at BluePearl Pet Hospital Town Center in Virginia Beach helped to give Jetty, a ...
03/15/2021
A Second Chance At Life | BluePearl Pet Hospital

It wasn't time to say goodbye. The team at BluePearl Pet Hospital Town Center in Virginia Beach helped to give Jetty, a 1-year-old puppy fighting heart worm, a second chance at life. #StoriesfromtheHeart #BluePearlVet Read all about it at https://bluepearlvet.com/stories-from-the-heart/a-second-chance-at-life/.

In January of 2020, Jetty was a 1 year old puppy fighting heart worm. He had just had his first round of heart worm shots and beside some pain, he seemed to be doing well. However, five days later, Jetty was not doing well at all. We rushed him to our primary vet where they ran tests and determined....

Daylight saving time has been confusing dogs about dinnertime off and on for the past century. ☀️  Don't forget to turn ...
03/12/2021

Daylight saving time has been confusing dogs about dinnertime off and on for the past century. ☀️ Don't forget to turn your clocks ahead one hour on Saturday night. #daylightsavingtime #springforward

Good Housekeeping spoke with Lindsey Bullen, DVM, ACVN, a board-certified veterinary nutritionist at BluePearl Pet Hospi...
03/02/2021
Everything You Need to Know About Dog Supplements, According to Veterinarians

Good Housekeeping spoke with Lindsey Bullen, DVM, ACVN, a board-certified veterinary nutritionist at BluePearl Pet Hospitals in Cary, Raleigh and Durham, about when (and whether) to use supplements for pet dogs. Read what she had to say in the @GoodHousekeeping article, "9 Dog Supplements for Optimal Canine Health at Any Age, According to Veterinarians,"

Including a special note about CBD and your furry friends.

We could all use some snuggles on a Monday. 🐶❤️
02/22/2021

We could all use some snuggles on a Monday. 🐶❤️

Is your day calling for some warm, fuzzy pet feels? 💕
02/18/2021

Is your day calling for some warm, fuzzy pet feels? 💕

We do our best to mend all of life’s unexpected fractures, even broken hearts.
02/16/2021
Saying Goodbye After 17 Years | BluePearl Pet Hospital

We do our best to mend all of life’s unexpected fractures, even broken hearts.

For the better part of our married life, my wife and I have had been fortunate to be blessed with the companionship of a Westie. We have never taken this responsibility lightly, so when it came time to say goodbye, the pain ran deep.

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COVID-19 UPDATE: BluePearl Pet Hospital in San Antonio is OPEN. Please visit our website for information on our latest intake procedures. Our 24/7 pet hospital is located in Stone Oak and serves the San Antonio area and all of South Texas. Stone Oak routinely does tracheal stenting and total hip replacement. The diverse specialties in our 19,000-square-foot hospital allow for more collaborative care. We have advanced diagnostics, including MRI, CT, digital radiology, ultrasound and fluoroscopy. We also have ventilator support. BluePearl Stone Oak was formerly known as South Texas Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Pet Center.

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While jellybeans and chocolate are sweet treats for humans, they are not safe for dogs. BluePearl hospitals see an alarming 321% increase in chocolate toxicity cases on Easter each year. With candy sales expected to be 5-7% higher this holiday, we're providing you with expert tips to help keep your pet safe from chocolate and candy this Easter. https://bluepearlvet.com/articles/easter-candy-dangers-for-pets/ #BluePearlVet #ChocolateToxicity #PetPoisons
BluePearl sees an increase in food-related pet emergencies every holiday season. Avoid an emergency trip to the vet by learning which holiday foods are "paws off" and which are safe to feed your pet. https://bluepearlvet.com/articles/keeping-pets-safe-this-holiday/
Another successful CE. Our Criticalist spoke on Toxicity in small animals. Lots to learn to help us with small animals. Sago palms, lilies, Ect! First signs call your vet or come to us!
When your pet won't eat, it can be hard to decide if and when they should be seen by their veterinarian. In this UExpress article, Dr. Lindsey E. Bullen, a board-certified veterinary nutritionist at BluePearl, weighs in about the factors to consider if your pet is not eating. https://www.uexpress.com/pets/pet-connection/2021/11/15 #BluePearlVet #VeterinaryNutritionist
After an evening of tricks and treats, remember to hide the sweets! Candy, especially chocolates, can cause pancreatitis and even intestinal blockages in dogs if ingested with the wrapper. Chocolate is toxic to dogs, so be sure to never leave trick-or-treat bags on floors, low chairs or coffee tables. #BluePearlVet #Halloween
If you're familiar with the itchy rash that you get when you touch poison ivy, you may be wondering if your dog would have the same reaction. Find out if dogs can get poison ivy — and what to know about keeping your pet safe - in this article by The Dodo: https://www.thedodo.com/dodowell/can-dogs-get-poison-ivy. #BluePearlVet #TheDodo #PoisonIvy
Our own Behaviorist, Dr. Walter Burghardt, spoke tonight to our referral community about Behavioral medicine. We keep our referral Veterinarians up to date on advancement in all areas of medicine.
Planning an end-of-summer road trip with your dog in tow? Keep in mind that just like humans, dogs can experience car sickness and anxiety during the ride. Learn how to make it an easy ride for pet passengers in this Martha Stewart Living article: https://www.marthastewart.com/8130238/treating-dog-car-sickness-travel-anxiety. #BluePearlVet #MarthaStewartLiving #TravelingwithPets
Come out and support a great cause! Race for the rescues is on September 25th. Let’s support this awesome group! Register here https://snipsa.org We will be there, so come by our booth.
While you enjoy a fresh watermelon slice today for National Watermelon Day, remember to keep the seeds and rind out of paws-reach of your pet. Watermelon is safe for dogs with a few precautions. Remove the seeds before giving any to your pet, as these are a choking hazard. And don't allow your dog to eat the rind of the watermelon, as it causes gastrointestinal upsets and can cause blockages. #BluePearlVet #NationalWatermelonDay
Summertime offers plenty of playtime outdoors. There are balls to be thrown and dogs ready to go chasing after them. But the summer heat brings with it the possibility of heatstroke for pets. Watch for these signs of heatstroke when your dog is outdoors, especially during summer months.
Fourth of July weekend is a time for friends, fun, fireworks and — more than any other time of the year — for taking pets to the emergency room. In fact, emergency visits on July 4 are 48% higher than an average day, according to new BluePearl data. We're sharing tips to keep your pet safe on the busiest day of the year for animal emergencies at https://bluepearlvet.com/articles/fourth-of-july-weekend-a-dangerous-time-for-pets/. #FourthofJuly #IndependenceDay #BluePearlVet