The PARC Express
Animals at the heart of it. You love your pet, and so do we. From checkups to staycations, we provide pets with an experience that looks more like fun than a trip to the doctor.
Revolutionary Care throughout. Our focus is on maximizing the life you share with your pet. It’s more than just providing great medicine and a safe place for your pet to stay, it’s about connecting and celebrating the joys of pet ownership right alongside you.
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We heard you loud and clear. Almost 70% of clients told us they want to be in and out in less than 30 minutes when their pet is healthy. We’re going to make that happen at The PARC Express, our new wellness center, located on the corner of Hulen and Donnelly at 3201 Hulen Street (across from Chik-fil-a).
Check out how The PARC Express delivers what you and Fido need.
Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease in pets. It is caused by foot-long worms (heartworms) that live in the heart, lungs and blood vessels causing severe lung disease, heart failure and damage to other organs in the body. At The PARC we want to help you protect your pets from this disease so you can both feel better, play more, and love longer! Read on to learn 4 important facts about this potentially fatal disease.
For the first time, your veterinarian at The PARC can detect cancer with a routine blood draw. OncoK9 is a first-in-class multi-cancer early detection (MCED) test. It utilizes the same cutting-edge genomic sequencing technology that has revolutionized early cancer detection in human patients.
Cancer is by far the single most common cause of death in adult dogs—approximately six million are diagnosed with the disease annually in the United States. Unfortunately, it is typically diagnosed in an advanced stage, when treatment options are limited. All too often, it cuts short the lives of dogs who might have enjoyed many healthy years with their families had the disease been found sooner. Early detection provides the greatest chance of a successful outcome.