Separation Anxiety: Setting Your Pet Up for Success

During the coronavirus pandemic, your pet likely enjoyed the stay-at-home orders, since the entire family had to refrain from going to work or school. Plus, many families adopted pets during the pandemic, so those dogs typically have seldom, if ever, been left home alone. If your furry pal has loved the extra time and attention [...]

Helping Disabled Pets Live Full Lives

A disability can be defined as “a physical, mental, cognitive, or developmental condition that impairs, interferes with, or limits a person's ability to engage in certain tasks or actions, or participate in typical daily activities and interactions.” Like people, pets can experience a wide range of disabilities that may be congenital (i.e., present at birth) [...]

Customer Care Extraordinaire: Meet Michele Moore

When you call Stone Ridge Veterinary Medical Center of Conroe, you’re likely greeted by the friendly voice of Michele Moore, one of our incredible customer care specialists. With more than 20 years of veterinary customer care experience, and a lifelong love of animals, you’re in good hands whenever you have any questions about pet care. [...]

How Much Do You Know About Heartworm Disease?

Heartworm disease is caused by a parasitic worm, Dirofilaria immitis, that lives in the heart and blood vessels of infected dogs. We talk to pet owners about the importance of protecting their pets from this deadly parasite every day at Stone Ridge Veterinary Medical Center. You may think you know the facts about this dangerous [...]

Spotlight On Your Support Team: Rachel Smith

Many people mention their veterinarians when asked who provides their pet’s care. But, while our Drs. Pettyjohn, Hall, and Kitten put a tremendous amount of love and attention into your furry friend’s care, they couldn’t do it without the help of the support team here at Stone Ridge Veterinary Medical Center of Conroe. From our [...]

4 Ways to Safely Enjoy Winter Weather With Your Pet

While southeast Texas may not experience as brutally cold and snowy winters as, perhaps, Minnesota, the season can be rainy, and temperatures can reach uncomfortable levels, especially at night. This doesn’t mean that the winter season can’t be enjoyable, but you must consider your pet’s safety during this time. Read on for four tips on [...]

Pet Health Insurance – Is Your Pet Covered?

It’s open enrollment time for many insurance companies, and people are researching their options and coverage, but have you considered health insurance for your pet? Pet owners often are not aware that health insurance is also available for their furry companions. As you make decisions about your family’s health coverage, don’t forget to think about [...]

The Scary Truth: The Top 3 Halloween Dangers for Pets

For many, Halloween is a favorite annual holiday. There are many things to like—friends, fun, costumes, and, of course, candy. But the dangers of Halloween extend past zombies and haunted houses to real dangers for our pets. Here are our top three dangers you may not expect to find lurking in dark corners this Halloween. [...]

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