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Judy Misenhimer
May 3, 2017
A caring and compassionate staff, thank you so much for the TLC for our Callie, after her surgery, we wondered if she would wag again, but we now are well on our way to recuperation! I appreciated the calls checking up on our patient and all the advice to make this work!
Ciara Schick
February 23, 2017
OMG Its my dog the one in the cast in his neck he is so cute he is all better now he is running be him self again I love him and I take him on walks every day it is fun BY
Patricia M White
October 15, 2016
We have taken our four legged kids here for over 10 years. Dr. Johnson is the best and was recommended to us by another vet and member of our dog club
Margaret Ervin
May 25, 2015
Caring and professional. Prices are very reasonable. They take great care of my Corgi Emma

When it's the Boss's Birthday.....have fruit!!! Happy Birthday Dr. Johnson!!!

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Idgie and Abby came in today to pick up their Heartgard and Nexgard. By taking their monthly doses they are preventing the diseases passed from mosquitoes, fleas and Ticks. Is your pet on monthly heartworm, flea and tick prevention?

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Winnie was very excited to bring home her years worth of heartworm and flea/tick prevention. Is your pet on heartworm/flea/tick prevention? If not call to schedule and appointment today!

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Ziggy just came in for her annual exam and picked up her years worth of Heartgard and Nexgard. Do you have your pet on year round heartworm and flea/tick prevention?

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When you think about protecting your pet from poisons in your home, don't forget these common household items.

Most pet owners already know that exposure to things like chocolate, bleach, and pesticide can be dangerous for our animal companions. But what about other lesser-known toxins? These common鈥
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American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
March 23

No matter how much they beg, remember that people food can be dangerous to pets. Not only can it contribute to unhealthy weight gain, but feeding your pets or allowing pets to get to people food could poison them. It's National Poison Prevention Week, which means it's the perfect time to brush up on the kinds of foods that can harm your pet, including chocolate, avocado, grapes or raisins, onions, garlic, xylitol, and other foods often found in the kitchen. These and other harmful substances are listed on our Household Hazards page:

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Happy Friday!! Here are a few cat selfies to give you a laugh!!

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February 23

This cat takes the PERFECT selfies 馃憣 (via The Dodo)

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May 14, 2016

Your pups will only THINK they're getting spoiled.

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It is still Dental Awareness month. Cats are prone to dental disease as well. How do you take care of your feline friends smile?

The month of February all dental services and products are 10% off. Call us for more details.

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God things to remember about your pets teeth.

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February 7

URGENT PLEASE SHARE: A drug used to put down pets was found in some cans of Evanger's dog food sold in California.

DETROIT 鈥 Evanger's is voluntarily recalling some of its dog food after a drug that is used to anesthetize or put down pets was found in it.

One part of keeping your pets mouth healthy is brushing their teeth. How often do you brush those chompers? If you have any questions regarding how to brush your pets teeth and would like to pick up a toothbrush and tooth paste kit stop on by. All dental services and products are 10% off this month.

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October 3, 2016

This funny little dog knows how important it is to brush one's teeth :D

Call us today to set up an appointment to discuss your pets dental health. Also receive 10% off all dental services and products.

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February is Pet Dental Awareness Month!! Oral hygiene is just as important for pets as it is for humans. It is crucial to keep your pets mouths healthy as poor oral health can lead to severe medical conditions. Call to make an appointment today so we can discuss your pets dental hygiene. Also receive 10% off dental services and products.

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This is Mello. One morning Mello went out for a walk and was ambushed by a coyote. The coyote caused severe damage to his muscle, skin and nerves. After 2 weeks of intense care, Mello is on the mend. His wounds are healing and slowly but surely he is starting to be able to move his neck and put weight on his feet again. We are very proud of this sweet guy! Get well soon Mello!

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