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Signs of Neurologic Disease in Cats

Signs of Neurologic Disease in Cats

Don't miss these signs of neurologic disease in your cat. A wide variety of nervous system conditions can put your cat's life at risk. Here's what to look for. Although it’s only the size of a golf ball, your cat’s brain is just about as complex and, when it comes to...

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February is Responsible Pet Owners Month

February is Responsible Pet Owners Month

February is Responsible Pet Owners Month. Do you know what it takes? Owning a pet is a privilege and should result in a mutually beneficial relationship. The benefits of pet ownership come with responsibilities. These include: Lifelong care of the pet. This means...

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Groundhog Day…Brrr!

Groundhog Day…Brrr!

The groundhog hath spoken! Welcome to six more weeks of winter. This morning, Punxsutawny Phil scurried out of his little marmot hole and saw his shadow. This omen indicates a longer winter. Great.

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Client Appreciation Day! Wednesdays

Client Appreciation Day! Wednesdays

Special Clients deserve a Special Day for all of us to say "Thank You" for your business! Save on these services the 1st Wednesday of the month: Office Visit $40.00 (Discounted from $50) Technician Fee     Discounted to only $15.00  Questions? Ask us! Call today for...

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Economy Minded

Multiple Animal Households - No Problem! DiscountsOffered! for Senior citizens, Disabled individuals, and Students, too.

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Vaccinate Pets: Rabies Awareness

Vaccinate Pets: Rabies Awareness

Rabies is a fatal but preventable viral disease. It can spread to people and pets if they are bitten or scratched by a rabid animal. In the United States, rabies is mostly found in wild animals like bats, raccoons, skunks, and foxes. However, in many other countries dogs still carry rabies, and most rabies deaths in people around the world are caused by dog bites.

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Vaccinate Pets: Rabies Awareness Alert

Vaccinate Pets: Rabies Awareness Alert

Authorities are warning people not to touch or go near wild animals and to have your pets and livestock vaccinated. Any mammal, including humans, can contract rabies and the risk increases when pets and domestic animals are not vaccinated.

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