Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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I just wanted to say thank you to all the Vets and Techs that tried to help Prince on Wednesday. Even though he ended up not making it, we chose to have him creamated and got to pick him up today. So he's home where he belongs. I am going to make a shadow box for him. I loved him for than anything or anyone in the world and this has been the hardest few days of my entire life. I just hope that he's running around, happy, pain free and with no problems. Prince was my world and I miss him and will continue to miss him, like no other. But thank you for helping him, like you guys did, without an appointment or anything.Thanks again, Erin
Hello all! My Uncle is actually Todd Clark! I have a Shih Tzu puppy who was born March 15th 2010 and he is a big boy! He accidentally mated with another Shih Tzu who is currently staying with us and she is a tiny tiny tiny one. Will this cause her any health risks if she were to have puppies? Is it even possible for my puppy to GET her pregnant? I am getting so much conflicting information? I just want to make sure she is not in any danger. Hi Uncle Todd!!!!! Thanks so much! Kim Clark
I just had to take time to let all of you know that, I am truly overwhelmed the way you treated My cat raven and the understanding you had dealing with his illness. As i now sit here remembering the way he played even being is such discomfort. I think he knew the great Doctors and staff did all they could to help him. Thank you from our hearts for being CreekSide!
We have taken our pets to Creekside for the past 17 years. We currently have 6 cats and 1 dog in which the staff at Creekside has done a great job at helping us keep them healthy. We have been to other veterinarians locally in Lafayette but none of them care for our animals near the level Creekside has, which included the loss of two cats in the past. We are truely greatful to have them in our community.
We have been coming to Creekside for 4 years now. I could not imagine going anywhere else! They have always been very patient with all of our questions & they were all very supportive when our dogs helped themselves to a bag of chocolate. I always know that when I have to leave our furbabies at Creekside for the day that will be well taken care of.