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Emergency Needs: Ruger & Wilson

Emergency Needs: Ruger & Wilson

Ruger - Vet's Notes: ​Ruger is a vibrant active growing 15 week old puppy. Ruger has been previously diagnosed with a cardiac arrhythmia. Currently an EKG is being done to screen the accuracy of this diagnosis. Once this has been noted Ruger will be seen by an...

Dangers of Porcupine Encounters

Dangers of Porcupine Encounters

Keep an eye out for porcupines! According to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, these prickly creatures are expanding to new areas. These animals are native to Texas and are the second-largest species of rodent in North America behind the beaver, TWPD urban...

Have YOU registered your Brittany’s Microchip?

Have YOU registered your Brittany’s Microchip?

NOTICE: All adopters need to register their Brittany’s Microchip immediately upon adoption. The website for 24PetWatch is on the adoption application. All BRIT Brittanys are wearing a BRIT tag with an ID # and Pattie’s phone number. This system has helped us quickly...

Calendar Photo Submission Guidelines

Calendar Photo Submission Guidelines

TO QUALIFY your photos must meet the following guidelines: Content Image must be of Brittanys only – sorry no, humans Photos may contain one or multiple Brittanys Non-rescue Brittanys welcome Format Image must be Horizontal/Landscape NOT Vertical/Portrait TIP: Turn...

How to recognize dementia in your Brittany

How to recognize dementia in your Brittany

Recognize the signs of dementia in your Brittany As your Brittany ages, you might expect them to have decreased energy and diminished ability to run and jump. But finding out your Brittany can also have "senior moments" comes as a surprise to many. An estimated 14% of...

Heartworm Disease Facts

Heartworm Disease Facts

The Mighty Mosquito is BACK! With all the spring rain we've had in Texas mosquitos are bad this year.  Heartworm disease is a year-round concern for your Brittanys. The effects of this serious, progressive disease is caused by infection of internal parasites knows as...

Plants that are toxic to your Brittanys and other pets

Plants that are toxic to your Brittanys and other pets

Since we know how much our Brittanys love to dig, investigate, and get into stuff it's important to know which plants are poisonous to pets. Many plants that are harmless to humans are actually deadly for our furry friends. Remember - fresh dirt is one your Brittanys...

Why does my Brittany want to chew EVERY-THING?

Why does my Brittany want to chew EVERY-THING?

Chewing is natural. Brittanys are curious canines. They explore the world around them by sight, sound, smell, and taste. Brittanys use their mouths a lot like we humans use our hands. They’re not tasting your shoes, they’re feeling them. And, yeah, feeling with your...

Love is Blind – Bailey’s Story

Love is Blind – Bailey’s Story

Hello everyone, this is Bailey’s mom and I wanted to update you on how she is doing since becoming blind about four and a half years ago. Bailey’s diagnosis was PRA (progressive retinal atrophy).  Bailey was our first Brittany from BRIT who came to us when she was...