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Parasites Are Gross And Can Affect The Whole Family!

Visit the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) website www.petsandparasites.com for more information about parasites that can affect your pets.  State, regional, and local information about parasites such as heartworm, roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and tick-borne diseases is available on this informational site.

 

Good Nutrition Is Important

Maintaining a healthy diet for your pets can be a challenge.  With all the delicious pet foods and yummy snacks that are available it can be difficult to know what's best for your furry family members.  Visit the Hill's website (www.hillspet.com) or Royal Canin website (www.royalcanin.us) for more information about our recommended nutrition for your pet.

 

(Picture - Suzanne's Percy is showing off his long luxurious coat, the product of a healthy diet!)

A Little Prevention Goes A Long Way

Vaccinations are an important part of preventing disease in cats and dogs.  Visit http://www.bevaccinesmart.com/ to learn more about the vaccines we use and the importance and benefits of vaccinating your pets.

 

 

Acupuncture

Click here to visit the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society's website and learn more about veterinary acupuncture.

 

 

OFA X-Rays

Visit www.offa.org to access information about Orthopedic Foundation for Animals registration and results.

Heart Health

Learning that your pet has heart disease can be overwhelming.  Visit these sites to learn more about your pet's condition and what to expect.  www.YourCatsHeart.com or www.YourDogsHeart.com

 

(Picture of Cleo, an oldie but goodie - Kelli's cat)

Do You Want To Become A Veterinarian?


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