Category Archives: Dog

Winter Pet Warning and Tips

[caption id="attachment_973" align="alignnone" width="300"] When Temperatures Drop, Your Pet Can Be In Danger[/caption] Veterinary tips for keeping pets safe in cold weather and snowstorms ​Although your furry friend may have a nice fur coat, it doesn’t mean that dogs and cats are not susceptible to frostbite and hypothermia. With the cold temperatures we have been…
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Holidays Can Be Dangerous For Your Pets–Be Careful:)

[caption id="attachment_962" align="alignnone" width="163"] My Little Buddy Chip Dressed As Santa's Reindeer[/caption] You already know the holiday season's plethora of sweets and treats takes a toll on your waistline—but experts say it may also pose a risk to your pets. Dr. James M. Greenwell, and the staff at Russell Creek Pet Clinic and Hospital, see an…
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Three Rescued Hurricane Refugees Need Forever Home

We Need to Find Homes for Three Hurricane Refugee Dogs When Hurricane Harvey struck the Gulf Coast, we could not stand to think of homeless dogs and cats needing our assistance. With the organizational skills of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association, we were able to provide shelter and care to six displaced dogs and cats.…
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Canine Influenza Update–Now Affecting 46 States

[caption id="attachment_955" align="alignnone" width="300"] Canine Influenza Can Make Dogs Very Sick and Even Be Fatal[/caption] Influenza is making headlines in the veterinary world. Canine influenza was first reported 13 years ago when the equine influenza virus H3N8 jumped species and was seen in greyhounds. The disease is very contagious and has the potential to be fatal. The…
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Russell Creek Helping to Rescue Cats & Dogs from Hurricane Harvey

We Have Received Hurricane Harvey Feline and Canine Evacuees [caption id="attachment_925" align="alignnone" width="300"] Dr. Greenwell and Kelly hold rescued cat and dog they will care for from Hurricane Harvey[/caption] Today, we received a delivery of six evacuees from Hurricane Harvey. Three dogs and three cats arrived at our hospital today. If we are able to…
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Russell Creek Pet Clinic Is Accepting Donations for Hurricane Harvey

Russell Creek Pet Clinic and Hospital is Accepting Donations For Pets Affected by Hurricane Harvey [caption id="attachment_922" align="alignnone" width="275"] We are trying to help pets injured or distressed by hurricane Harvey[/caption] The SPCA is overwhelmed with refugee pets from the Texas coast. They are in desperate need of items such as newspaper, towels, blankets, litter…
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AVMA Donates $100,000 to Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

[caption id="attachment_918" align="alignnone" width="225"] The AVMF is the Charitable Arm of the American Veterinary Medical Association.[/caption] AVMA Donates $100,000 to Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts Funds to be administered by the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF)  (SCHAUMBURG, Illinois) August 31, 2017 —The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has donated $100,000 toward Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The funds…
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Help Us Raise Funds to Help Animals Affected by Hurricane Harvey

[caption id="attachment_906" align="alignnone" width="300"] Every Pet Needs Our Unconditional Love:)[/caption] Help Us Raise Funds to Help Animals Affected by Hurricane Harvey We believe that pets deserve our very best. Right now, many pets are suffering and we would like to help them. This Thursday and Friday(August 31 and September 1, 2017), we will donate 100%…
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Please Put Baby Rabbits Back in Their Nest

[caption id="attachment_876" align="alignnone" width="238"] Wild Rabbit Enjoying a Break in the Yard[/caption] Please Put Them Back Mother rabbits only feed their young twice per day. The parents will stay at a distance so they do not attract predators to the nest. If you find a nest of baby rabbits, put the nest and babies back.…
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