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February is National Pet Dental Health Month

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Don’t turn your nose to Fido’s or Fluffy’s bad breath! That odor might signify a serious health risk, with the potential to damage not only your pet’s teeth and gums but its internal organs as well.

dental dogIn celebration of  Pet Dental Health month, River Bridge Animal Hospital offers 20% discount off your pet’s anesthesia or non-anesthesia dental.

Call for more information or to make an appointment 561-966-1171

January Walk Your Pet

January is National Walk Your Dog Month!

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What better time for you and your pooch to get moving!

We are offering $10 OFF a fecal centrifugation screening during the month of January. It is important to keep your companion animal healthy and free of external and intestinal parasites especially when taking your dog for walks.

Walking aids greatly in training your dog. Draining energy results in a calmer, satisfied and more submissive dog who is much more likely to focus on you and your training. The walk itself should be a time of training. Done correctly, it can reinforce the bond between you and your dog and will help to establish you as the pack leader.

Going for walks provides both physical and mental stimulation. Exploring their surroundings with their senses is also an instinctual activity for dogs. During the course of a walk, your dog will be exposed to all sorts of smells, sights, and sounds. This also acts as a mental workout for the brain.

November is National Senior Pet Health Month!

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old-dogHelp us celebrate National Senior Pet Health Month! Throughout November, we are honoring senior pets with 10% off our senior preventive care blood screening. Our goal is to ensure your loved one is in optimal health throughout their golden years!

Our main concerns with older pets are: weight, nutrition, pain and organ diseases. As a result, we believe senior pets should have semi-annual veterinary visits instead of just annual visits in order to promote early detection and keep your pets happy! Controlling weight and pain as well as early detection of organ disease is the easiest way to ensure a healthier and happier life for your furry friends.

To schedule your pet(s) senior preventive care visit, please call 561-966-1171.