Employment Opportunity

Lytle Veterinary Clinic is currently hiring for the following position(s): Customer Service Representative We are hiring for the position of Customer Service Representative in our front office.  experience is preferred, but not mandatory for the right individual. They will need to be friendly, courteous, and have great organizational abilities. We work as a team, so you must respect others and …

Temporary Office Hours

Just a reminder, we will be open but have changed our hours temporarily. We will see pets that need medical attention. Because we are reducing person to person contact, you may need to drop off your pet or wait for it outside. Please think ahead of how you can separate yourselves with a 6 ft buffer zone. Thank you for …

Proheart 12

Proheart 12

A convenient and cost-effective once a year injection so you don’t have to worry about forgetting a monthly dose and leaving your best friend exposed to heartworm disease. The short answer: mosquitoes. A single bite from an infected mosquito can put your dog at risk for developing heartworm disease.  An infected mosquito bites your dog, infecting your dog with heartworm larvae. …

MyPetsWellness for Smartphones

For any clients who have previously accessed our pet portal, you can use the same login password to access the MyPetsWellness. If you’ve forgotten your password and would like to reset it, you can click here to do so. For any clients who have not taken advantage of our online pet portal, you can click here to establish a login …

heatstroke in dogs

Heatstroke in Dogs

Heatstroke in dogs occurs when a dog’s normal body mechanisms cannot keep the body’s temperature in a safe range.  The average normal body temperature for a dog is 101.5 F. A dog with heatstroke will often have a temperature in the range of 104 F to 106 F. Severe heatstroke can result in gastrointestinal upset, dysfunction of internal organs, spontaneous internal bleeding, …

Allergy testing

allergy testing, lytle veterinary clinic

Allergy Testing at Lytle Veterinary Clinic.  Every allergy case is unique. There is no magic pill for itchy pets. There are many options for short-term solutions to help control allergic disease signs in your patients. Immunomodulatory drugs target proteins with more wide-reaching impacts upon the body than just the causation of itch. No drug can cure chronic allergic disease; it can …