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June Special

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Hurricane, thunderstorm and fireworks season is here.

Microchipping saves lives!  


$29 Microchips, 

includes registration. 


A microchip is a permanent way to keep your dog safe when disaster strikes. Now is a great time to check that your dog*s microchip information is up-to-date.

 

Your cat or dog’s microchip implant gives your pet the best chance of returning home to you if lost. However, a microchip must be registered along with your current contact information in order to identify you as your pet’s parent and contact you. Remember as long as there are pets, even those belonging to the most responsible parents, they will go missing.

 Call us at 561-966-1171  to schedule an appointment.

It’s National Walk Your Pet Month!

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You may have made your New Year’s resolution to get healthier which may include walking more. Lucky for you, it’s National Walk Your Pet Month. Take your dog along and work on your resolutions together!

Walking together is a great time to focus on training your dog and strengthening the bond between you.

To get the most out of your time together, don’t walk and talk on the phone. Use this time to focus on your pet.

Make the walk pleasant for you and your dog. Always carry bags for cleaning up and disposing of doggie poop. Leaving dog waste is not only a health hazard but in many cities, it’s a code violation. Don’t forget to hydrate, carry water for yourself and your dog, especially in warmer weather. Carry a collapsible water bowl along with you.

How much walking time is enough for your dog?  Every dog’s exercise needs are different; there is no single right answer for all dogs. Factors to consider are your dog’s size (especially the length of his or her legs), breed, age, general health, and the walking environment. Watch your dog while you’re walking—if he starts panting and slowing down, you’ve gone far enough.

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.

December Specials

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Laser Therapy 25% Off

Indications for Laser Therapy

The most common Laser Therapy indications are:

  • laser1_05Acute or chronic otitis (Ear problems)
  • Anal Gland inflammation
  • Arthritis (Degenerative Joint Disease)
  • Back Pain (Intervertebral Disc Disease)
  • Hot Spots
  • Idiopathic Cystitis – (Bladder Inflammation)
  • Inflammatory Conditions:
  • Lick Granulomas
  • Periodontitis (Gingivitis)
  • Sinusitis, Rhinitis (Nasal problems)
  • Surgery (Incisions, Growth Removals, Bone Surgery)
  • Trauma (Skin, Muscle, Bone)
  • Wounds (Trauma)

 

For middle-aged to older pets, arthritis is an, unfortunately, common ailment. With animals, it is always difficult to discern exactly what is ailing them. If your pet is limping, having difficulty moving, sleeping an unusual amount, and irregularly irritable, there is a good chance your pet is experiencing arthritic symptoms.

The last thing we want is for our beloved pets to experience discomfort. We want our senior patients to feel as relaxed and happy as possible. Recent innovations in medical laser therapy have made it possible for animals to experience relief from arthritic symptoms.

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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.