PVH Pet of the Week – May 21, 2018
Sabre is the PVH Pet of the Week! Sabre is a 17-Year-Old Egyptian Mao who enjoys laying in the sun. Sabre is very good at chasing his tail and really…
Does Your Dog Have an Uncomfortable Itch?
Many people don't know that an itchy dog could have an underlying health condition causing them to be uncomfortable. We would love to help your pet get back to enjoying life as soon as possible.
Did you know…
Your pet's itch can be more than just dry skin? There are many health conditions that can cause your dog to have an uncomfortable itch. Schedule an appointment today to discuss the steps with your veterinarian to discuss the steps in diagnosing what is wrong with your pet.
Regular preventive care is key to a healthy and long life for your pet. It can catch problems early before they become even bigger — and costlier to treat. That’s why wellness exams are so important for pets. If it has been a year or more since your pet’s last checkup, call us to schedule an exam now. May 6-12 is National Pet Week®; what better way is there to show your pet you care?
A microchip is an important part in keeping your pet safe. Collars can fall off and tattoos can be hard to read if the pet is scared. If there is an emergency or your pet gets away from you, a microchip is your best shot at getting your pet back safely to you. Getting a microchip for your pet is very simple and takes only seconds to do at a veterinary visit.
Our clinic has chosen the HomeAgain microchip service because of the value that it brings to our clients. The cost of our microchip includes the first year of membership. Included in your membership is travel assistance for lost pets and rapid lost pets alerts if your pet does go missing. You will be registered online at HomeAgain’s website where you will always be able to keep your information current. One of the most valuable parts of the HomeAgain membership would be the access to the emergency medical hotline. To call this hotline will normally cost $65.00, but it is included free with your membership. If your pet has an emergency you can call 24/7 and speak with an ASPCA veterinarian.