Hi. I’m Rachel Mahoney, Office Manager here at Full Circle Veterinary. Thank you for caring for your pet and reading our newsletter. We hope you will find valuable information from Full Circle Vet that you can use for your pet and their needs.
At Full Circle Veterinary Care
we are committed to the human/animal bond through client and community education on animal care and health. Our focus is on the prevention of disease as well as the art of healing. We want to support you in all stages of owning a pet from helping you choose a lifelong companion to saying good-bye to a lifelong friend. In this way, together, we will come… Full Circle.
Member Better Business Bureau, Johnstown-Milliken Chamber of Commerce, Johnstown Milliken News, Colorado Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA), American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Weld County Veterinary Medical Association (WCVMA).
Full Circle will be Closed over the Christmas Holiday
Full Circle Veterinary Care
will be closed on Christmas Eve, Monday, December 24th and
Christmas, Tuesday, December 25th
so we and our staff can enjoy the holidays.
Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!
Thanks to Full Circle Staff
Full Circle Veterinary Care would like to thank all of its staff for their dedication and hard work during the year. They are all very professional and provide the best customer service to our clients.
We wish them a special Happy Holidays!
Gift Certificates Available for the Holidays
Full Circle Veterinary Care reminds you that we have Gift Certificates that can be a perfect gift for your friends or relatives with pets. The certificates can be used for any service or product offered at Full Circle.
Holiday Pet Dangers
The holidays can be stressful for the whole family, including our pets. So what can you do to make sure your pets are safe this time of year?
Top Holiday Dangers
Please make sure your garbage cans are not overflowing and within reach of your pets. During this busy time of year, we and our guests may not be as aware of this danger as during other times of the year.
2. Unsafe foods
Don’t feed your pets fatty treats, like gravy, or too much turkey or ham. Other foods like onions and garlic can be very damaging. And chocolates are a no-no. Give your pets a safe treat, like a bit of turkey (without bones, of course), maybe a carrot, or a dog biscuit. Cooked bones are very dangerous regardless of whether they come from poultry, pork, beef, or any other meat.
Be careful with holiday decorations and wrapping paper ribbon. Cats love tinsel and ribbon and are likely to swallow them, causing intestinal blockages. It may even require surgery. Holiday lights are also a temptation for pets, so check your extension cords frequently for any sign of bite marks, frayed wires, or short circuits.
4. Holiday plants
Are you planning to have holiday plants in your home? Some are safe for pets, but others should be kept out of their reach. Poinsettia plants are usually not deadly, but if ingested may cause nausea and vomiting. Holly and mistletoe and their berries can have more toxicity to pets than poinsettias and can cause abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhea. Lily and daffodil plants and Amaryllis can be toxic to pets. If you have these plants in your home, make sure to place them in areas where pets cannot get to them. But if your pet does ingest parts of these plants, call your veterinarian immediately.
Lets keep the holidays safe for us AND our pets!
The Holidays Can Be Stressful – ProQuiet Can Help
The hustle and bustle of the holidays can be stressful for all of us, including our pets. You might consider putting your pets in an area of the house away from strangers or holiday company. Many of our clients tell us that their pet has very strong anxiety this time of year.
One of the products we recommend is ProQuiet that can help keep them calm.
ProQuiet tablets can calm nervous and overanxious pets gently, safely, and effectively. Let us know if ProQuiet might be a solution to your pet’s anxiety.
You can pick up ProQuiet at FCVC.
Giving A Pet As A Holiday Gift? Please Consider All the Angles
Are you thinking about giving a pet to a friend or relative? On the surface, it may seem like a perfect holiday gift. However, here are some things to consider:
You should only give a pet as a gift to people that have expressed an interest in owning one. It is best to talk to them to make sure they have the sustained ability and interest in caring for the pet. Giving a pet gift certificate may be a good option because it allows the gift receiver to become engaged in the process of picking out the pet after the busy holidays are over. Make sure the pet will be placed in a permanent home and that you consider the future expenses that the new owner will incur. Open communication between a pet giver and receiver might not be as much of a surprise, but it is the preferred way to ensure a lasting relationship between the receiver and the new pet.
Read more in our post – 4 Tips for Giving Pets as Christmas Gifts
FCVC Has Two Great Gifts for Pet Lovers
Full Circle Veterinary Care has great gifts for the Holidays. Come check out our table with Awesome Gifts Under $15.00.
Here are a couple of popular gifts.
“Pet Odor Exterminator Candles” specifically meant for pet odors. We currently have holiday scents in stock, and they make great gifts. They’re also the candles that burn at the front desk, and a lot of people mention that they smell really good in the clinic when they come in.
Not a pet treat, but a human treat! Have you tried our exciting new product – Black Dog Coffee Traders Coffee? This one pictured is our signature Full Circle Veterinary Blend. Other blends have pictures of various dog breeds. Black Dog Coffee Traders donates 5% of all profits to the American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation for cancer research. Help support that great cause and treat yourself to some great coffee. $10 per bag right here at Full Circle.
The Full Circle Veterinary Care Staff
wish you a very Merry Christmas
and a Prosperous New Year.
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