Keeping your cat active can help it burn calories and use muscles, tendons and ligaments that may often be seen catnapping. Burning calories is important for your cat. The more your cat moves and ...View Article
Community Pet Outreach is an organization dedicated to giving back to the community by providing low cost, high-quality preventative healthcare for dogs and cats in North Texas and Oklahoma. We conveniently have mobile clinics throughout the Dallas/Ft. Worth and Tulsa area to serve you and your pets. We are dedicated to making routine veterinary services and disease prevention an easy, low-priced option to promote a healthy lifestyle and a commitment to consistent wellness care.
Please be aware that our mobile prices are different from the prices at our Community Pet Outreach Centers.
Please be aware that all mobile events are subject to change without notice due to inclement weather.
As a pet owner, you may have heard conflicting information about the importance of pet vaccinations. Once your kitten matures to adulthood, it’s natural to wonder if regular vaccinations are vit ...View Article
Dogs are taken to the veterinarian for skin problems more than any other reason. Most often they are itchy and that itchiness is typically due to allergies. The text of canine and feline dermatolo ...View Article
Cats are wonderful pets. It is estimated that 85 to 95 million cats are kept as pets; one-third of all households have at least one feline friend. It is important for cat owners to be aware of a s ...View Article
Diabetes in cats, also known as feline diabetes mellitus, is an increasingly common disease affecting 1 out of every 400 cats. Obesity is the leading risk factor for diabetes. At Community Pet Out ...View Article
Puppies are happy and full of energy, running, wrestling, and playing so much that we often wish we had that much energy! But when that puppy is not happy, when it is lethargic and limping, then a ...View Article