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Tips for Weathering the Storm

Tips for Weathering the Storm

Hurricane season is here and we know there’s nothing we can do to stop extreme weather. We can, however, prepare for it. A little forethought goes a long way, especially… Read more

Safe Fun In the Summertime

Safe Fun In the Summertime

Summer may be a bit more low-key this year, but as things heat up it’s important to keep your pet safe. Here are a few tips to help: Heat kills!… Read more

Coronavirus Updates

Coronavirus Updates

Updated July 17, 2020 Offering Full Services With Precautions in Place to Keep You & Your Pets Safe As the COVID-19 crisis continues, we are continuing with our policy to… Read more

CBD Oil – Is It Right For Your Pet?

CBD Oil – Is It Right For Your Pet?

CBD OilIs it right for your pet? CBD oil is the new “miracle product,” both for people and their pets. It is reported to decrease pain, reduce seizures, and reduce… Read more

Puppy Play Biting

Puppy Play Biting

Having a new puppy in your household is an exciting and exhausting time. Play biting is an aggravating occurrence that many of our new puppy owners ask about. Play biting… Read more

Teaching Tug

Teaching Tug

Teaching tug to puppies allows a way to exercise your pup while you sit on the couch!      First, get a rope toy or other long safe toy that… Read more

Preparing Your Pet for Your New Baby

Preparing Your Pet for Your New Baby

A baby is going to join your household. What an exciting time this is for you. Have you considered this from your dog’s point of view? His life is going… Read more

Your Pet and Heartworm Disease

Your Pet and Heartworm Disease

Fast Facts   Louisiana is one of the states with the highest incidence of heartworms in the United States. More than 100 cases of heartworms are diagnosed every year PER VETERINARY… Read more

Ticks & Pets 101

Ticks & Pets 101

One of the more disgusting things to find on your pet is a big fat tick attached to the skin. First, to find ticks, rub your hands all over your… Read more

Onion and Garlic Poisoning

Onion and Garlic Poisoning

Lil Bit, a 2 year old Yorkie and Chihuahua mix, came to Chateau Veterinary Hospital because his dad noticed that he seemed listless. He no longer played or jumped on… Read more

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