Monthly Archives: August 2019

Have a safe holiday weekend

With extended weekends, we tend to get a lot of pets who have overdone it come Tuesday. Please keep that in mind when you are out and about, having cookouts and even fireworks to end the seasons. Make sure you have a safe place for your pet where they can relax like their kennel or […]

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Holistic Pet Medicine

Holistic medicine looks t the pet’s overall health and uses traditional and alternative therapies, according to WebMD.  These alternative therapies can include massage, herbal remedies, accu-puncture, nutrition and chiropractic care.  There are many veterinarians with certificates to provide chiropractic care.  Dr. Fleck here in Noblesville does so mainly on horses.   Holistic can also simply […]

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Walk-in 4-7pm tonight

Just a reminder that we will be having our normal walk-ins tonight starting at 4pm.

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The Rainbow Bridge Author Unknown

Just this side of heaven is a place called the Rainbow Bridge When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to the Rainbow Bridge.  There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run and play together.  There is plenty of food, water, […]

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National Take your cat to the vet day

So many times, we are seeing your dog and you happen to mention a problem with your cat. Next comes, “you have a cat?” We’ve never seen your cat. “Oh, they are indoors all the time, so it doesn’t need vaccines every year like our dog!” What most pet owners don’t realize, is how much […]

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National Check your Microchip Day

It’s always good to check your animal’s microchip. Sometimes, despite our best efforts, a microchip can move or malfunction. Better to know than not and your pet be separated from you in an emergency or a storm. If you have never microchipped your pet, now is also a great time to have a microchip placed. […]

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In the news: tidbits to ponder!

Taken from Animal Wellness Magazine June/July 2019 Vol. 21 Issue 3 I enjoy the chance to share with you what’s going on around the nation and even sometimes in our own state, we may not be aware of. In the news Florida State Agriculture Committee has put forth a bill that would make it a […]

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Anxiety in your dog

Dog anxiety can affect all breeds.  Anxiety can affect each very uniquely.  All dogs just like people suffer occasional anxiety, which is normal.  What isn’t normal, is if they can’t get over the anxiety.  Anxiety causes increased blood pressure and heart rate. 3 Main Causes of anxiety in dogs is: Fear:  storms, noises, fireworks, strangers […]

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National Lazy Day

Isn’t it nice for there to be a day named to be lazy, and it just happens to be a Saturday. Enjoy a nap, a walk and just some old-fashioned relaxation.

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Dr. Flanders is out of the office today

Dr. Flanders will be out of the office today for the Indiana State Fair. Watch our Facebook page for highlights of the weekend. He will be back in the office next week on Monday and Tuesday, then out of the office again on Wednesday for an open sheep show again the Indiana State Fair.

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