Pet Wellness!

Be proactive, not reactive – Pet Wellness Special   So, what exactly is pet wellness testing? It’s essentially running lab work at times when our pets appear outwardly healthy. Since symptoms of age and illness aren’t always visible, wellness testing serves as an early warning system to detect abnormalities. This knowledge is powerful and aids the veterinary team in improving the health and extending the life-expectancy of your pet.If an abnormal trend or disease is detected, it may enable earlier…

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Pet Dental Special 2019

THIS PROMOTION HAS NOW ENDED! Don’t miss out on our 2019 Dental Special starting February 1st, 2019! THIS PROMOTION HAS NOW ENDED! Dental Cleaning reduced to $155 But wait, there’s more!  Our Dental Package Includes: FREE Dental Exam FREE Bath or Bath Voucher FREE Nail Trim FREE 30-Day Pet Insurance Trial Offer   *Up to $100 in savings and additional free services! Click Here to Schedule an Appointment Dental health is a very important part of your pets’ overall health.  Dental problems…

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9 Lousy Facts

At Lone Mountain Animal Hospital, we have seen an unusually high number of dog lice cases in recent weeks. We thought some information about this parasite might be useful.     

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Canine Influenza

Canine influenza has been reported in Nevada. There is currently two strains of the dog flu and vaccination is available for both. Both strains are highly contagious, symptoms may or may not be visible until three days of the infection, and an animal can be infectious up to 25 days. Please view our infographic for further clarity on both H3N2 and H3N8 strains and their symptoms.   

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The Truth about PitBulls

Dr. Jarred of Lone Mountain Animal Hospital explains the origins of Pit Bulls including common misconceptions of the breed.  The breed originated in the 19th century in England by crossing English Bulldogs and other terriers known as “bull & terriers.” In the 1860’s Pit Bulls were brought the U.S.for use as family guard dogs  and for herding livestock. There are many myths and negative stereotypes surrounding the Pit Bull Breed. Much of this negative press is the result of bias…

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Parvovirus: What all pet parents need to know

Veterinarian Talia Gattenuo of Lone Mountain Animal Hospital in North West Las Vegas explains the causes and symptoms of parvovirus.    Preventable, yet potentially fatal!     You always hear your veterinarian talking about different illnesses that are preventable, but do you know what these viruses can do to your pet?  Parvovirus is one of the most common, sometimes fatal virus that falls into the 100% preventable category. Parvovirus is a life threatening and often-fatal illness. Once inside the body, the…

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Firework induced fear & anxiety

  Dr. Lee of Lone Mountain Animal Hospital in Northwest  Las Vegas discusses canine fear of fireworks and how you can help. By: Mary Lee D.V.M. More dogs go missing on the Fourth of July than any other holiday. This is because of the fear they experience caused by the explosive sound of fireworks erupting throughout the day and well into the night. The sound can be terrifying for most dogs. Fear of loud noises is a natural response, the noise…

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Holidays and Your Pets, Tips to save a visit to your vet.

HOLIDAYS AND YOUR PETS, Tips to save a visit to your vet. By:  Veterinarian Dr. Taylor Parker of Lone Mountain Animal Hospital – Las Vegas, Nevada  Happy Holidays! Here are a few tips to consider during this holiday season  Avoid feeding your pets holiday food –          Most foods are too rich for our pets and can cause vomiting, diarrhea and anorexia. –          Bones may be present in the turkey or ham; this can be dangerous if ingested and may cause…

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Are we loving our pet into obesity?

Janie, an exam room assistant at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital of Las Vegas, talks about a personal experience with pet obesity.                               We adopted Prince when he was just four months old. He was the cutest black Labrador retriever I’ve ever laid eyes upon. He was smart too, already potty-trained and understood basic commands by the time we brought him home. Our family loved him and we…

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Heartworms: What are they and how to prevent them

Veterinarian Mary Lee of Lone Mountain Animal Hospital in North West Las Vegas discusses how heartworms can affect your pet’s health and the importance of prevention Heartworms do not discriminate. They can affect any pet in the United States and many other parts of the world. Heartworms can live in dogs, cats, ferrets, and sometimes, even humans. Heartworm cases are found in many urban areas due to coyotes and foxes who are large carriers of the disease. Heartworm disease can…

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