Monthly Archives: November 2017

No walk-in clinic tonight

Dr. Flanders is out of the office the rest of this week! we will be by appointment only today 9am until 5pm and open until 7pm tonight for medication pickups  thank you for understanding 

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Kitty Allergens

Did you know your feline friend can also be bothered by cobwebs, dust mites and your hair just as people are affected by Cat dander.  Sweeping up cobwebs, dust and air ducts can make for a much happier and healthier kitty. there are remedies we can suggest to help kitty feel better.

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So if I adopt a senior dog, what do I need to plan for?

Here are a few tips to plan for when adopting a senior dog. Watch for behavior changes.  Ask the shelter or rescue what is the normal disposition so you will know when something changes.  But be advised that behavior will be different for a few weeks as the pet adapts to a new environment. Watch […]

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November is National Adopt a Senior Pet Month

Many people shy away from adopting a senior pet because the life span is diminished and they are afraid of the cost of caring for the pet, but it can also be one of the best decisions you make.  Here are a few reasons why: If you have small children, an older pet will not […]

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It’s National Mutt Day

I love my two dogs that are purebreds, but our best dog ever when our kids were little was the mutt we called “whitie” dog.  He smiled and was friendly to all who came to our house.  He played and protected us when needed.  We would be happy to check out any mutt you want […]

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Day after the holidays

Today we have the letdown from Halloween.  But for many, it still means lots of forbidden treats around that your pet can get into. make sure treats are secured where pets can’t get to them! now is also a good time to throw away most of the treats. With the colder weather, your pets are […]

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