Winding down the year always involves lots of excitement with the holidays, a little stress, and a chance to look back in reflection while planning for the future. Whether you are looking for a last minute Christmas gift or trying to figure out your New Year's Resolution, make your pet's health a priority for 2014.
Preventative care is the best way we can keep our four-legged friends feeling great well into their senior years. Whether you have a new Christmas puppy or kitten, a middle aged weekend warrior, or an elderly couch potato, regular veterinary care can detect any problems early and prevent many diseases and parasite infections. Even if your pet has an existing medical condition, new and more affordable options for treating everything from arthritis to cancer are finding their way into veterinary clinics around the country.
We know going to the vet isn't fun. Kitty gets stressed, the dog may terrorize the lobby, and with kids in tow it can feel like minor torture. Please let us know how we can make the visit easier for you! We are happy to offer extended evening hours to accommodate work schedules and have several tips to minimize stress for both you and your pet - call for ideas! We hear our toy room is pretty fun if the kids tag along for the visit!
When you make your New Year's Resolution, make one for your pet too. Maybe it will be working on the perfect leash heel or maybe they will join you in a weight loss goal. Whatever it is, we are here to help. Make health a priority this year and every year, so you will have additional years of enjoyment with your animal companion!