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McKinney, TX | Veterinarian Blog

Explore blog posts directly from the team at Pet Method in McKinney, TX

Does Your Dog Have Anal Gland Issues?

Dr. Hunter Finn02/13/2023

Anal gland issues can cause a fishy smell to emit from your dog. Schedule a vet appointment and learn about solutions like Glandex® that can help.


Three Signs Your Cat is Dehydrated

Dr. Hunter Finn01/15/2023

Today, our veterinary experts explain the topic of dehydration in cats. Call to schedule a pet health assessment and learn about treatment options.


What Works Well for Dogs Who Have Allergies?

Dr. Hunter Finn12/22/2022

Dog allergies can make your pup feel uncomfortable. Learn about safe, effective options like Cytopoint® from our trained veterinarian in McKinney.


What Should You do if Your Pet is Having a Seizure?

Dr. Hunter Finn11/20/2022

Seizures are serious, which is why pet owners should learn what to do in the event of a convulsion. Contact us for an urgent care appointment today.


What to Avoid at the Pet Store

Dr. Hunter Finn10/13/2022

Some dog treats are tempting for your pet but can cause gastrointestinal issues. Learn what to avoid at the pet store and how to choose safe treats.


What Kind of Fruits Can Your Cat Have as a Treat?

Dr. Hunter Finn09/13/2022

Some fruits are safe for cats to eat. Get a complete nutritional assessment from a trained veterinarian and learn how to improve your pet's health.


At What Age is My Dog Fully Grown?

Dr. Hunter Finn08/14/2022

When is your dog fully grown? Our trained veterinarian explains the different growth stages of dogs based on their breed, age, and other factors.


What Dental Chews Should You Give Your Dog/Cat?

Dr. Hunter Finn07/14/2022

Dental chews keep your dog or cat's teeth bright and healthy. Learn how to improve your pet's oral health through VHOC-approved products.


Why Do Dogs Lick Their Paws?

Dr. Hunter Finn06/10/2022

Is your dog excessively licking their paw? A veterinary expert describes situations that could make your furry friend lick their paw more than normal.

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