The staff at Claws & Paws Veterinary Hospital® is committed to not only caring for your pets, but also educating the community, so they are better able to make decisions for their pets. We have begun a project to create educational videos to answer those questions most often asked of us. This will be an ongoing project in which we continue to develop an extensive video library to answer some of the most frequently asked questions.
If you have suggestions of a video you would like for us to develop, please complete the attached, short form letting us know what you would like to see. Hopefully, you will find these videos helpful and educational.
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The Doctors and Staff of Claws & Paws Veterinary Hospital
This summer we are launching a movement called LeaveHimHome and we hope you’ll join us by making a pledge to not leave your pet unattended in your car this summer. It may just save his life.
Here is the video announcing the winner of our Back to Summer RTIC Softpac contest. Congratulations to Tom Clark and his Labrador Retriever, Daisey. We know they’re ready for summer now.
We all know the hazards of Heartworms in Canines, but In this video, Dr. Julie Wickel discusses Heartworms in Felines.
The next time you’re headed out of town, or just away for the weekend, remember that Camp Clawd is happy to care for your four-legged family members while you’re gone. And your pet can earn rewards just for staying with us.
If you’ve ever had an emergency with your pet, you can appreciate how helpful our app can be in your time of need. We have listed every emergency pet clinic in the Greater Houston Area. You can get turn-by-turn navigation directions with a few taps of your screen.
Definitely, one of the best parts of our job is bringing life into the world. One moment like this often compensates for the many moments that are difficult to handle.
A quick glimpse behind the scenes at Claws & Paws and a little bit about why we do what we do.
In celebration of this year’s (2016) National Pet Week theme Pets at Play Brighten Your Day, we put together a short video of our pets at play. We hope you enjoy.
The staff at Claws & Paws surprised Dr. Wickel for her 50th Brithday.
Want to help your cat shed a few pounds and have fun in the process? Why not turn him/her on to Cat Nip? We have a selection of cat nip in the clinic you can get. Stop by and we’ll show you our selection of options.
Here is a short video of the Claws & Paws, Willy Wonka float when we were an event sponsor for the City of Pearland’s Hometown Christmas Parade, December 2015.
Congratulations to our Back2School Wellness Bloodwork winner, Ms. Lela Chambers with her pet Goliath Bickham.
Here is a short, we believe, very helpful video on walking your pet in the hot, Texas heat. We ask that you take necessary precautions to prevent your pet from burning his paw pads, or getting over-heated.
Here is a short video of some of the pets that have visited us here at Claws & Paws. There are a few images of staff mixed in as well. The music has been provided by Kelly Vaughn Music and is copyright protected by Claws & Paws Veterinary Hospital.
Below is a very short video of what Acupuncture is and what type of ailments can be treated with it.
Here is a short video introduction of Claws & Paws. The music has been provided by Kelly Vaughn Music and is copyright protected by Claws & Paws Veterinary Hospital.
Claws & Paws participates annually in the City of Pearland’s Hometown Christmas Parade. In 2014, we recorded our participation and put together a fun video.
In this edition of Educational Tracks, Dr. Wickel discusses the benefits of Laser Therapy while Beth Stone demonstrates the process with “Sheena” Tindle, an (almost 12-year-old) beautiful Irish Setter.
We have a poor little kitten who came in with ear problems. Watch here (through a microscope) what the problem turned out to be: Ear Mites (or Otodectes).
In this edition, one of our technicians, Christina, demonstrates the proper way to clean your pet’s ears.
If you don’t have a weak stomach and would like to see the removal of a Cuterebra (or Botfly Larva) from a young kittens face, watch the video below.
We really love to have fun. Hopefully, this video shows just what kind of a family we really are.
We Like to Move It!
In Southeast Texas (Houston Area), Heartworm is a very real possibility for dogs and cats. In this video, Dr. Wickel discusses the Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of this disease. Heartwom Disease is 100% Preventable and the cost to treat an infected dog outweighs the prevention of the disease for several years.
85% of Dogs & Cats Have Some for of Dental Disease. In this video, Dr. Wickel discusses the professional cleaning process and what owners can do to prolong the time between professional cleanings.
In this Video, the staff answers questions relating to why someone looking for veterinary services should choose Claws & Paws Veterinary Hospital. This is their own words.
In this video, Dr. Julie Wickel discusses the importance of semi-annual physical exams for your pets and then walks you through the process.