Keeping pets healthy

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​Vaccinating is important!

 

Pets need their vaccines yearly. It's important to keep them up to date on vaccines. 

Vaccines for dogs: Rabies, Distemper/Parvo, Leptospirosis, Bordetella, Lyme (depending on lifestyle)

Vaccines for cats: Rabies, Feline Distemper, Feline Leukemia (depending on lifestyle)



​Yearly Exams

It's important to take your pets to the clinic for their yearly exams to make sure that your pet is healthy. We recommend doing full blood work and a heartworm test at these exams. 



​Heartworm and Flea Prevention

It is highly recommended to keep pets on heartworm and flea prevention monthly. 



Dental Health

Dental health includes brushing teeth, dental cleanings and dental exams. 

Dog of the week: Milo

"Milo is tiny and loves to cuddle but doesn't want to be cuddled back. He also loves to eat and sleep."

- Johnathon 

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Cat of the week: Snowy

 

"Snowy loves to play with toys and the christmas tree. He likes to meow for attention. Snowy thinks that the best time to play is when I'm trying to go to sleep."

-Rosa

Bunny of the week: Hedwig

"Hedwig is cuddly, friendly, super sweet and always hungry. He loves to be pet and have his ears stroked."

- Amelia 

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