Arlington Pet Hospital
Over 100 years ago, in 1916, Dr. P.L Cady opened the first veterinary hospital in Arlington. Arlington Pet Hospital has continued to carry on the traditions of community, care, and compassion that make our hospital unique.
Today the APH family includes veterinarians of the Flatwater Veterinary Group. Their approach to medicine is rooted in honesty, integrity, trust, and exceptional, affordable care of our patients and for our clients.
You can count on us for anything from routine care and grooming needs to orthopedic diagnosing and a vast array of surgeries.
We invite you to familiarize yourself with our genuine and caring staff, our numerous services, impressive history, and inviting atmosphere.
Love Your Pet
Taking Care Of Your Pet
When you choose the veterinarians at Tails Veterinary Clinic to be your pet care partner, you can be assured your pet is receiving the most advanced veterinary care from experienced pet care providers.
TRUST YOUR FAMILY WITH OURS
The only thing we love more than pets is doting on them as if they were our own! We look forward to meeting yours and being your “family” veterinarian. Take a moment to learn about our amazing team members, and our services to see if we’re the right fit for you. If you have any questions or need an appointment, just give us a call at
Most experts recommend feeding your dog twice a day — once in the morning and once in the evening — though puppies under five months of age should be fed three to four times a day, or as directed by your veterinarian.
Pets should be dewormed at 2,4,6,and 8 weeks with Pyrantel Pamoate. Also every pet should be checked for worms on their initial visit regardless of their deworming schedule.
Every healthy pet should visit the veterinarian at least once every year. If your pet is older, make that two visits per year. This will give your vet the chance to properly examine your pet and determine its health level.
Heartworm disease is not contagious, meaning that a dog cannot catch the disease from being near an infected dog. Heartworm disease is only spread through the bite of a mosquito.
Good dental care is as important for animals as it is for people. Chronic dental disease can lead to pain, tooth loss and bone loss. In addition, long-standing infected teeth and gums are known to lead to stress on vital organs and can definitely shorten life. The question many pet owners have is: What can I do to keep my…
Summer in Omaha brings us outdoor festivals, barbecues in the backyard, crowded bike and jogging paths, lake picnics, movies in the park, beer gardens, and sidewalk restaurant eating. And what better way to accessorize our fun outdoor activities than to take along our beloved canine friends. In theory, bringing our dogs with us is a wonderful idea, but there are…