This gorgeous guy is available for adoption! Up to date on shots, flea-free, and sweet as he can be! A Good Samaritan brought him in, and all he needs now is a loving home! He’s likely a Shar-pei mix, and about 4 months old. Please contact Dr. Knapp for more information, and to adopt this […]
If you are interested in financial giving to assist veterinarians help pets and animals displaced or injured by Hurricane Harvey, Metro Paws Animal Hospital recommends https://www.texvetpets.org/giving/ Our three Metro Paws locations are also accepting donations of bowls, kennels, pet food, toys, flea medication, and blankets to be taken to The Underdog Project DFW, […]
Starting this March play Bingo with us to win prizes. Simply print the bingo card by clicking “play now” below and start crossing off squares. Completing six squares will get you a $20 gift certificate. Go for the blackout and get a free annual visit, a value of $98! Bring your completed card and screen […]
You may have spotted raccoons in your yard or in the street recently acting confused or “friendly”. Most of these raccoons are suffering from a very deadly virus called distemper. The raccoons should not be approached, and you should keep your pets and children away from them. A call to Dallas Animal Control at 311 […]
NASHVILLE, TN — Kathryn J Sarpong DVM, of Dallas, TX has been certified as a Diplomate by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP) specializing in Canine/ Feline Practice. Dr. Sarpong mastered a rigorous and demanding application process and certification examination in order to obtain Diplomate status. To qualify to sit for the extensive, two-day […]
Attending DVM: Dr. Jennifer Lavender Dobie was intentionally hit by a car in August, 2007. He underwent two lengthy orthopedic surgeries to repair both sides of his pelvis. Today he is an active, healthy dog that found his forever home through Animal Allies of Texas.
Attending DVM: Dr. Jennifer Lavender This kitten was presented to Metro Paws Animal Hospital by Operation Kindness. He had a birth defect that resulted in his eyelids not developing. These kittens cannot blink and their eye remains open even when they are sleeping. This kitten had to have one eye removed because it had become […]
By Dr. Jennifer Lavender, DVM • Hydronephrosis is caused by increased intrarenal pressure due to ureteral defect (ie. ectopic, stenotic, hypoplastic, torsed, etc.) • Uretronephrectomy is a viable solution when contralateral renal function is adequate. A four week old kitten presented for abdominal distension. The owner had noticed the enlarging abdomen over the last week. […]