• PUPS Act

PUPS Act Introduced in Congress

The Permanently Uniting Pets Stateside (PUPS) Act would allow an animal arriving with a U.S. citizen or resident to enter the country without regard to the Centers for Disease Control or U.S. Department of Agriculture requirements concerning pets if the owner agrees to comply with those requirements as soon as practicable. The PUPS Act is crucial to help pet-lovers navigate public health emergencies like the coronavirus pandemic and has [...]

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Halloween pet safety tips

Learn more about some great Halloween safety tips! Stay Indoors High traffic can upset your pet. Keep your pets secure inside. Costumes Are Optional Ensure costumes are comfortable with no small pieces that can be bitten off and choked on. No Candy For Pets Keep candy away from your pet, especially chocolate. Keep Your Pet Identified Some pets can run away due to stress. [...]

  • Senior Dog

Signs to Watch for in your Senior Pet

Learn more about the signs you should look out for with your senior pet. Keep track and report any signs to us immediately before they become serious. Just not acting like himself/herself Interacting less often with family Responding less often or less enthusiastically Showing changes in behavior/activity level Having difficulty climbing stairs Having difficulty jumping Exhibiting increased stiffness or limping Drinking more often Urinating [...]

  • Our Official COVID-19 Statement

Our Official COVID-19 Statement: 08/30/20

Dear Clients: As an "Essential Service" of the Healthcare Sector we are open and fully operating to provide care for your pet. To assist you in these challenging times, and with the help of a partner, we are happy to offer 12 months, 0% terms on services over $200. To help our colleagues in human medicine fight the COVID-19 outbreak we have donated supplies to [...]

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Heartworm Awareness Month

April is Heartworm Awareness Month   -   Do you know how heartworm disease is transmitted?  Do you know the signs to look for in your pet and how to prevent it? Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease in pets.  It is caused by worms that grow up to a foot and live in your pet’s heart and lungs, as well as blood vessels [...]

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Heartworm Life Cycle

April is Heartworm Awareness Month – Click the image below to learn more about the life cycle of a heartworm. The latest research indicates that the number of dogs diagnosed with heartworm disease in the U.S. has risen by 21% in recent years.  Using monthly preventatives is an important way to keep your pet healthy! Give us a call at (540) 667-4290 to refill your pet's [...]

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