Holiday Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe

The holidays are a time of joy, time with family and friends and exchanging good tidings. The last thing that you want is for this to be a time spent in the emergency room with your pet. Here are some tips to help you prepare for the holidays and keep your pet safe.

•High fat foods, such as ham, gravy, butter and desserts, may cause inflammation of your dog’s pancreas. Pancreatitis causes intense abdominal pain and vomiting and requires hospitalization to recover. Keep foods securely sealed and enclosed in a high space or the refrigerator. Secure the lid on the trash can to avoid garbage raiding. Continue reading

Dr. Cherese Sullivan Joins Nasa Pet Hospital

Dr_SullivanJoin us in welcoming Cherese Sullivan, DVM, MS to Nasa Pet Hospital!

Dr. Cherese Sullivan graduated from Cornell University in 2010 with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She previously graduated from Penn State University with her Bachelor of Science in Animal Bioscience and Tuskegee University with a master’s degree in Veterinary Science.She has been in Houston since 2011 after relocating from the Washington DC area. Continue reading