Urgent news about COVID-19

Urgent news about COVID-19

  Due to the constant changing environment surrounding the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, we are having to make some changes to the business operations of our clinic and adopt a “Pet Care While Social Distancing” business model. Beginning Friday, March 20, 2020, we will change to this format.  Ideally, we will limit veterinary visits […]

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If you haven’t booked your dental cleaning yet…

It’s not too late! Call anytime before March 1st and book your dental cleaning and we will still give you the $25 off even into March. Call today and mention this website post to save $25.

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Love your Pet Day

         Today was set aside on the pet calendar to give extra love and attention to your pet as well as pamper them. Give them more time  Give them a new toy Give a special treat Give extra playtime For all pets: think about donating supplies to shelters, fostering shelter animals or […]

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Have you booked your dental cleaning yet?

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Don’t forget to call and book your appointment

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Food can help prevent or slow down dental problems.

Many times we don’t even think about foods affecting our pets dental health.  You go to the store, buy a good brand of food and that’s that.  It is finally coming to light with doctors and veterinarians, that food can heal not just hinder health.  So many times, we are bad-mouthing food for causing all […]

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February is Dental Month at VIP Animal Care

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Top 4 nutrition tips for senior dogs

Watch the weight if you see change in weight, up or down, come see us.  It can signal thyroid issues, or cancer for instance.   Excess weight makes it harder on their joints. Quality versus Quantity Whole food like chicken not chicken meal should be on the nutrition label. Make sure their are no fillers […]

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Grooming your pet during COVID-19

  You may be saying to yourself, “help, my dog is filthy and I can’t take him to the groomer!”  I found myself in that same state earlier this week!  My little Aussie Reba had some poo stuck on her backside Monday.  Because she has such a fierce undercoat, I have the groomer routinely give […]

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Know the facts about COVID-19 and your pets

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), while 2 dogs (Hong Kong) and 1 cat (Belgium) have been reported to have been infected with SARS-COV-2, infectious disease experts and multiple international and domestic human and animal health organizations agree there is no evidence at this point to indicate that pets spread COVID-19 to other […]

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Happy Sunday

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It’s National Ag Day

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It’s National Puppy Day

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NO WALK-INS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day

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Pet Poison Month: Medications

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WORMS!

Round Worms You can see them in the poop looks like spaghetti seen in dogs and cats CDC estimates that over 100,000 Americans get round worms every year! picked up by eating birds, rabbits or rodents Pets pick up eggs in the environment Worms live in the small intestines Causes listlessness, low energy Stomach may […]

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