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January 2017 News Letter
Happy New Year everyone. I hope you brought the new year in with a bang. I imagine that you all have made your new years resolutions... I never keep mine. I remember for about three weeks than it is completely out of my head. Well Christmas is over and I am sure that you are taking down your decorations or have already done so. January is kind of a nice month for things to do: First it is National Train your Dog Month, Walk Your Pet Month and Adopt a Rescued Bird Month, the 2nd is National Pet Travel Safety Day, the 14th is National Dress Up your Pet Day, the 22nd is National Answer Your Cat's Question Day, the 24th is Change a Pet's Life Day, and the 29th is Seeing Eye Dog Birthday. Wow what a bunch of fun things to do with your pet or pets. I hope you all have a very good 2017. Let's make it a great year for our pets and loved ones. It's a New Year and new adventures.
February is Dental Month. We will be offering a 20% discount on dental cleanings in February. The discount includes the dental cleaning, anesthesia, day care, and oral examination but does not apply to blood work, extractions, or extensive dental procedures etc. Call early to make your appointment. We recommend pre-anesthetic blood work before the dental. This test will help us diagnose any problems that may exist before we administer anesthetic. This also gives us a base line result even if everything is within normal limits.
Cat and Dog Resolutions:
1. Put your pet on a diet and stick with it
2. Walk your dog at least 2 blocks longer
3. Arrange your schedule to have 10 more minutes of play time with your pet
4. Give all preventative medications on time and do not skip a dose
5. Have interactive play time with your cat every day.
6. Attempt to comb or groom my pet more frequently
7. Brush my pet's teeth daily (if possible)
8. Have your pet vaccinated on time.
9. Make your geriatric pet more comfortable
10. Teach your puppy a new trick each week
Obesity can cause health problems
shorter left expectancy
problems giving birth
high blood pressure
heart challenges and breathing problems (asthma)
joint, ligament and tendon troubles
diabetes (3 times more susceptible)
skin problems (lack of grooming ability)
urinary tract complications (straining)
hepatic lipidosis (fatty liver disease)
New clients receive 50% OFF first exam fee for dogs and cats.