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. Meet the Ingram Park Veterinary Team

Our mission at Ingram Park Animal Hospital is to provide the highest quality in Veterinary Medical care in a friendly, relaxed setting. We hope you will refer your family and friends to our practice.

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  Ingram Park Animal Hospital offers the VIN Client Information Library

Please browse our website to learn more about our animal clinic and the services we provide for companion animals in San Antonio and the surrounding areas. Read information in our Pet Library, view videos, take a virtual tour of our veterinary hospital, read testimonials, and find details about upcoming events. Please call our office today at (210)680-1800 for all your pet health care needs.

IMHA: Four Letters You Never Want to Meet

Most of the diseases that we see and treat in the ER can be pretty easily comprehended by non-medical folks: trauma, infection, cancer – all of these seem to m ...

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Hair Today and Not Gone Tomorrow

The other morning I looked up just as the sun highlighted my son, who was holding and petting our white cat Rocky. I stood in awe of the amount of hair falling ...

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Snake Bites: Prevention and Treatment

Most snakes will try to avoid you or your pets; snakes typically bite only as a last resort. But while you may wisely decide to simply walk away when you encoun ...

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The squeeze: What happens when owners can’t pay for veterinary care?

The current student loan debt for a new graduate is around $160,000. Contrast that with the starting salary of around $67,000 for veterinarians in companion an ...

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The Wild, the Weird, and the Wacky: Unfamiliar Species

After spending 12 hours on a strange Sunday on emergency call, going back and forth all day between two locations to treat two horses who decided to live, I beg ...

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Clostridium difficile

What Is Clostridium difficile?Some strains contain genes that allow them to produce toxins. It is the toxins, not the bacteria themselves, that make a person or ...

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