Abshier-Meuth Animal Hospital


Abshier-Meuth Animal Hospital
Abshier-Meuth Animal Hospital is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Baytown, Texas. Displayed below is the only current social network for Abshier-Meuth Animal Hospital which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Abshier-Meuth Animal Hospital on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for Abshier-Meuth Animal Hospital is:
8536 N Highway 146
Baytown, TX 77523
(281) 383-3254
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Tomorrow is National Puppy Day!! Puppies are mischievous and can get themselves into a lot of trouble. The Pet Poison Helpline has a great infographic on how to poison-proof your home for any lifestage dog or cat, and you can download it here at the link below.

This week is Poison Prevention Week, so let's get to know some of the possible poison culprits in your home. In the spring, we celebrate lilies as a beautiful sign of rebirth and renewal. Beautiful as they are, they can also be deadly to cats. Dr. Brutlag explains which lilies are dangerous to our feline friends.
There are several types of lilies that are toxic to cats. Toxic lilies are of the Lilium and Hemerocallis species and commonly referred to as Easter lilies, ...

Wishing you a fantastic St. Patrick's Day! May it be gorgeous and fun, just like this Irish Wolfhound :)

Every Veterinarian has their own vaccine preferences, so when taking your puppy or kitten in for their shot, please get familiar with your Vet's recommendations. At Abshier-Meuth, we recommend a series of 3-4 sets of shots to consider a puppy or kitten fully vaccinated. You can check out more FAQs at https://www.amahofbaytown.com/faqs.

We always say that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of the cure. Unfortunately, there is no cure for Parvo, so prevention is PRICELESS. "Parvovirus is easily preventable with proper vaccination. Puppies require multiple sets of vaccinations in order to be fully protected from diseases like parvo; a single vaccination does not ensure immunity. [...] Older dogs with an unknown or improper vaccine history should be vaccinated as well. Canine parvovirus is a highly contagious, sometimes deadly disease that can affect any dog or puppy. Proper vaccination is key to avoiding infection, so talk to your veterinarian to make sure your dog’s vaccines are up to date."
Symptoms and preventing canine parvovirus; vaccination is key for your dog's health.