Do you have a pet first aid kit at your house? Most pet specific first aid kits found online cost a pretty penny. We want the best for you and your pets so we created a first aid kit you can purchase at an extremely great price! Call us for more information or stop on in to grab one. 641-682-0533
Left untreated, dental disease isn’t just bad for your pet’s teeth; it can actually damage internal organs, including the heart, liver and kidneys. That’s why regular dental exams are so important. Call us today to set up an appointment during National Pet Dental Health Month!
80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease by the age of 3, and this will only worsen if effective preventive measures aren’t taken. Preventive care can help protect your pet and catch problems before they become more serious. Call us for an appointment if your pet hasn’t had a dental exam this year.
Routine dental cleanings help prevent periodontal disease and allow a complete oral exam that can detect hidden health problems. Your pet’s teeth and gums should be checked at least once a year by your veterinarian. Call us today to set up your pet’s dental exam.
Are you concerned about your pet needing anesthesia? It’s necessary for some veterinary procedures – including dentistry. Find out more about pets and anesthesia here, and talk to us about any concerns you have: https://www.avma.org/…/Pages/Whenyourpetneedsanesthesia.aspx
February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Dental health is a huge part of your pet’s overall health. Dental problems can cause, or be caused by, other health problems, which is why annual dental exams are so important for your pet. Give us a call today to set up an appointment. https://www.avma.org/pub…/PetCare/Pages/Pet-Dental-Care.aspx
Can you imagine telling your dog, “Let’s go to the vet!” and seeing her tail wag? How about getting out your cat’s carrier and seeing him come running?
Known as Fear Free, the training and certification program helps veterinarians and staff modify their procedures, handling, and facilities to help pets feel safe and comfortable while receiving the medical care they need.
One of our own Veterinary Technicians (Katie Teninty, RVT) became Fear Free Certified back in May 2017. We... have put into effect many changes here at Eastview. We hope to make every patient as fear free as possible.
One of our clients left us this review on facebook: “Today I took my dog Tsunami in for a nail trim...they put some of the Adaptil on a bandana and put it around her neck...it work great...Tsunami has always fought getting her front paws trimmed this is the first time she did not get all upset.”
Founded by veterinarian Dr. Marty Becker, the Fear Free training program was developed by board-certified veterinary behaviorists, veterinary technician behavior specialists, board-certified veterinary anesthetists, well-known veterinary practice management experts, and boarded veterinary practitioners experienced in Fear Free methods.