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Category: Exotic Pets

Veterinary Technicians: So Much More Than Nurses

Posted 10.15.15 by Emily Lindsey

Have you ever wondered,”What does it take to be a veterinary technician?” Have you ever thought it would be fun to play with puppies and kittens all day? Well, that’s what a lot of people think that we do in veterinary offices, but that is far from the truth. Yes, we do get to see puppies and kittens and trust us,...Read More

Care Credit for Veterinary Services

Posted 08.11.15 by Emily Lindsey

Although we constantly try to keep our prices reasonable, we do understand that veterinary care can add up. Here at The Pet Hospitals, we do not offer payment plans or billing. However, we do have an option for you!

Ebola and Pets- Memphis Area Pet Health and Wellness

Posted 10.23.14 by Kim Swift

From Your Veterinarian Fear is high, but risk is minimal The relative risk of exposure to the Ebola virus in the U.S. is extremely low, as there have been only a small number of isolated human cases and no known animal cases to date. Although Ebola is a zoonotic disease, there has not been evidence of its transmission to humans...Read More

Snake Bites & Your Pet- Mid South Pet Health

Posted 06.25.14 by Kim Swift

Snakes are very common in North America, and the most scary aspect of this are the ones who are considered venomous. There were over 8,000 snake bite reports in people in the U.S. last year, 12 of which were reported as fatal. Sadly there is no statistical information for the number of bites in dogs or cats, but we know...Read More

Is This an Emergency? – Memphis Pet Health

Posted 11.13.13 by Kim Swift

Doesn’t it seem like Felix decides the best time to get into the trash is after the vet office is closed? Oftentimes, as a pet owner, it is very hard to know whether or not what has just happened is a true medical emergency. Just like in people, some conditions or illnesses can wait until the morning, while others are...Read More

Exotic Pets | Dr. Munn | Memphis Area Pet Health

Posted 05.09.13 by Dr. Wooden

Dr. Christina Munn grew up in Asheville, NC and always dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. She began shadowing her vet in middle school, and when she was 14, her family adopted a pregnant cat. “When the kittens were born, they were really sick. They all had severe ringworm and viral infections. One of them almost died. I enjoyed nursing them...Read More

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