Noah's Ark Pet Hospital

Noah's Ark Pet Hospital
Dr. Merten Pearson and Dr. Tiffany Olsen founded Noah’s Ark Pet Hospital and Pet Dental Center in April 2001 with the underlying belief that pets deserve the same high quality care as any member of your family. Our guiding philosophy is based on the concept of “quality of life”. We strive diligently to improve and maintain a high quality of life for your pet for as long as possible. Dr. Pearson is a 1993 graduate of the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Olsen is a 1995 graduate of the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. They have been married since 1998.

Our service include the routine healthy pet vaccinations, spays and neuters, intricate medical management, advanced surgery and dental procedures. We have put Amarillo's only veterinary dental X-ray machine so we can offer full mouth x-rays to our patients for improved oral health. We now offer root canals and pulp caps for saving teeth.

Let us tell you a little bit about our hospital. We named it Noah’s Ark Pet Hospital for several reasons. We wanted to express our willingness to work on a wide range of small animals. We do not limit ourselves to dogs and cats. Birds, snakes, lizards, hamsters, sugar gliders, gerbils, rabbits, pot-bellied pigs, ferrets, and other pet animals of all types are also welcome here. We are willing to work with about any animal, even if that means we have to pull out the books, "call our old professors at vet school," to figure out what is wrong and what needs to be done. Another reason for the name stems from our Christian faith and desire to be the good stewards the Lord expects us to be.

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Noah's Ark Pet Hospital has an overall ZapScore of 89. This means that Noah's Ark Pet Hospital has a higher ZapScore than 89% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Amarillo, Texas is 37 and in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category is 51. Learn more about ZapScore.

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In The Pet Health News: Some folks like ‘em... Some pets do too... Those assorted dog bone chews. We say... -Check & double check the company seller &/or dig-bone chew provider! -Always use with caution! -Always, always supervise! The Ark Team LOVES seeing everyone’s pets...just not for dog-chew emergencies. Here’s some important news-you-can-use!
Don't give your dog prepackaged bone treats — they could be dangerous. The bones that come from butchers don't seem to create the same problems, though.

Noah's Ark Pet Hospital of Amarillo shared INSIDER pets's video.
In The Pet Safety News: Pet gadgets are uber cool...and they are even more cool when they help keep our pets safe. Check this out. Maybe a great Christmas gift idea for some pet lover on your list!
This seat belt keeps your dog safe in car rides.

Noah's Ark Pet Hospital of Amarillo shared Crusoe the Celebrity Dachshund's video.
For all our Doxie...and hunting fans...howzit going gang?
"Thanksgiving comin' up, time to find us a turkey!" ~ Crusoe p.s. No turkeys harmed in the making of this video.

Good Monday Morning to all our Ark family. This came across the Ark FB desk and thought it a good one for Thanksgiving Day week. So... "Are You As Happy As Your Dog" (of course this assumes you have a dog...but it might equally apply to a cat, ferret, or capuchin monkey...) "A fellow at one of my workshops confessed, "For years I was so miserable that I prayed to God daily to let me wake up as happy as my dog!" I went home and thought about it. Am I as happy as my dog? Hmmmm. I began to observe my dog Munchie, who is happy all the time. This seven-pound furball is the most joyful creature I have ever seen, living constantly in a state of continuous delight and discovery. It became clear to me that this tiny fuzzy creature knew something I didn't know (or at least didn't remember). I decided to study Munchie's attitude to see what he was doing that I was missing. Here are the keys to happiness that I discovered from my pet: 1. Be here now. Munchie is fully present with whatever is happening. He has no sense of the past or future. You will not find Munchie at the local bar nursing a beer over lost love. He has no lost| love. He loves whatever is in front of him. Munchie greets me enthusiastically whenever I come home. As soon as he hears my car pull up to the garage, he drops whatever he is doing and runs to meet me. He is so delighted to see me that he barks and cries simultaneously, wags his tail so hard that he wipes up the garage floor with his fuzzy butt, and he pees. (Munchie taught me the meaning of the phrase, "I could hardly contain myself!") This dog lives the attitude of gratitude! Munchie offers me the same whole hearted greeting no matter how long I have been away. Whether I have been on the road for an afternoon or a month, he gives me the full red carpet welcome. When I come home after a long time he doesn't sit on his haunches with his arms folded and soberly announce, "I think it's time we discussed your commitment to our relationship." No, he is just happy to see me, and he lets me know it. 2. Think possibility. Every few months Munchie disappears for a few days. I once went searching for him and found him trying to mount one of the German Shepherds next door. The little guy reached no higher than the big lady's knee, but that didn't stop him. He thought big! 3. Seize the Day. Munchie regularly shows up at my front door asking to come in and play with me. Depending on what I am doing and how muddy his feet are, sometimes I let him in. The moment I open the door, he charges in. He doesn't give me a moment to change my mind. He knows what he wants, asks for it, and seizes the opportunity the moment it is offered. Munchie is a master of Carpe Diem. 4. Take care of yourself. Once Munchie had his tail run over by a car he was chasing. To facilitate his healing process, he found himself a quiet spot under a bush, and simply rested. Whenever I passed his little nook, there was the Munchster, quietly resting with his chin on his paws, just allowing nature to take care of him. After a few days he was back in action, barking, peeing upon my arrival, and hoping the German Shepherd would kneel just a little more. I thought about what some of us humans might do if we were injured. We might just keep chasing cars; work harder; or blame someone and spend time complaining. But Munchie let all of that go in favor of his natural wisdom. He loved himself enough to rest when he needed it. " by Alan Cohen So, Munchie!Have a great week!

He's finally here!!! Brooks Matthew Brush arrived yesterday at 3:42pm. I've been told that everyone is doing well!! God's blessings and our best wishes from the Ark team to the newest member of our family!!

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