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Stone Ridge Veterinary Medical Center of Willis
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Learn more about Dr. Pettyjohn
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Just Chillin!
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I just LOVE the animal-human bond!!
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What a smart dog!
"A friend in a Need is a friend INdeed" :)









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We will be closed in Observance of  Labor Day  on Monday. If you are in need of assistance, please contact 
The Animal Emergency Clinic of Conroe  
920 West Dallas Suite 13
Conroe,  Texas  77301

Phone:     (936) 539 - 3800
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Why do cats purr?
Purring occurs as a result of vibration of vocal cords due to neurological stimulation from brain activity. The purpose is uncertain  but it does seem to be associated with pleasurable activity. However, cats are also known to purr when ill or injured, which lead some to believe that the frequency of the vibration can be associated with greater healing. Purring also is reinforcing people and therefore can increase the amount of petting.
~Dr, Ciribassi
Cats generally purr when in contact with someone; a favored owner stroking, nursing a kitten, or greeting a familiar partner-cat. Positive experiences also elicit purring, rolling or rubbing, being in a warm familiar environment or about to fall asleep peacefully.
~Dr. Colleran
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Dr. Pettyjohn loves dentistry. This is why she has becomes one of the best at dentistry, by continuing to improve. 
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Rescued this sweet girl we call Honey a few weeks ago. Dr. Pettyjohn found a way to save her leg instead of amputating it. She did her surgery  last week and Honey is doing great. Looking forward to seeing her in her new home. 
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April is National Heartworm Awareness Month.
Year round prevention is important for your pet, talk to our staff about Heartworm Prevention Products for both your Canine and Feline companions!
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