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January is Laser Therapy Month. We offer Multi-session packages of hot therapeutic laser therapy for accelerated healing on your dog or cat for symptoms ranging from Otitis to Arthritis. Call our office for Laser Therapy session pricing.

Visit www.litecure.com/companion/ to see how laser therapy works!



February is National Pet Dental Health Month. During the month of February we will be offering discounted dental packages. Make sure to keep your pets smile as healthy as possible and prolong their lives with excellent dental care.

Read more about Dental Health at www.nationalpetdentalassociation.com/pet-owners/



In the month of March we will be focusing our sights on Toxicology. There are so many things that we don’t think of that can hurt our fur babies. Things ranging from foods, to plants, to particular chemicals can harm your pet in many ways. Sometimes the outcome isn’t so bad but others the threat is more dangerous. ASPCA Pet Poison Control has a great website for figuring out if your pet has come in contact with something that could be potentially harmful. For more information on Pet Toxicology visit www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control



Did you know that Heartworms are diagnosed all year round. Many people are under the impression that when it starts to get cold outside that pets do not need their heart-worm. This assumption is completely false. We recommend our clients stay on year round heart-worm prevention because they need it for the warm days we continue to have.

Information and guidelines for heartworm screening can be found at www.heartwormsociety.org



Over half of the pet population in America is either overweight or obese. Don’t let your pet be a statistic. Overweight pets have shortened life spans, more health problems/concerns, and generally do not enjoy the life they deserve. Ask us about weight management solutions for your overweight pet.

Read more at: www.petobesityprevention.org



Did you know that we are a Certified Cat Friendly Practice? We want to do everything we can to make sure that you and your pet have a pleasant experience at the vet. Because we are dedicated your pets health we have met all criteria to be a Cat Friendly Practice according to the American Association of Feline Practitioners. Ask us about tips and products to keep your feline friend stress free during their visit with us.

Interested in more information on Cat Friendly Practices? Visit www.catvets.com



With World Zoonoses Day falling at the beginning of July, we are taking this month to focus on Parasite Prevention and how, not all, but many of these diseases can be transferred between species. We encourage clients to be on a parasite prevention like heartworm medication that includes intestinal parasite prevention and flea and tick prevention year round. Certain diseases that ticks carry can be spread to humans as well. One great way to ensure your pet is not the culprit of disease transfer is to make sure they are on their preventions. Ask us about our Heartworm, Flea, and Tick Rebates.



Vaccinations are a hot topic not only in the veterinary world but with Humans as well. August is World Immunization Awareness month and we want to make sure that your pet is up to date on their vaccines. Many of the illnesses we see are completely preventable by having one vaccine once a year. To make things even better we offer FREE CORE VACCINATIONS with an exam! Who doesn’t love FREE?



September is Animal Pain Awareness Month. The pets in our homes tend to act more like humans than they do animals. With that being said we forget that they hide pain so much more than we do as humans. They still have the mentality that the strongest of them survive so they are not going to show us when they hurt. There are many ways to tell if your pet is in pain. Bring your pet in for an orthopedic exam and our doctor can recommend diagnostics and supplements to help with your pets pain.

To learn the signs of pain check out this website: www.ivapm.org/common-signs-pain-dogs-cats/



October is Senior Pet Wellness Month. Just like with Pain Awareness, many animals do not let us know when they don’t feel well. There are many times we do preventative lab work screening and find that a pet has some type of organ function issue. This being said, ask us about which preventative screening is best for your pet.



November is National Diabetes Month, and while this month was originally designed to increase awareness of this common endocrine disease in humans, we need to be aware of the growing prevalence of DM in dogs and cats also. Untreated, diabetes mellitus can be fatal in dogs and cats.


Learn More at http://www.pethealthnetwork.com/dog-health/dog-diseases-conditions-a-z/november-national-pet-diabetes-month



The holidays can be a very stressful time of year for everyone including our pets. A lot of times our pets will pick up on our emotions and feelings, so if we are stressed they become stressed. They do not understand this concept however. We offer a few different options for stress management in pets. Ask us how our products can help ease anxiety and help your pet cope with stress.

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