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March 2017 News

March 2017
News and Information

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Each month we will be sending out an email detailing important information. Included will be the clinic’s schedule for the month as well as our special pricing days, Wellness Wednesday, and $6 Sunday. We will also detail exciting monthly promotions, contests, coupons, as well as hot topics related to pets.

Licensing Special Pricing


To make licensing your pet more affordable, we are slashing our already reduced prices during our March, Wellness Wednesday.

From 8-11am on March 15th, if you are bringing your pet in for vaccines there will be no exam fee, and the cost of vaccines have been reduced.

  • Rabies: $12
  • Canine Distemper: $12
  • Canine Distemper w/ Lepto: $12
  • Lyme: $32
  • Bordetella: $18
  • Feline Distemper: $18
  • Feline Leukemia: $28

PAY NO OFFICE VISIT FEE WHEN COMING IN FOR VACCINES ONLY, IF NEEDING MEDICAL ATTENTION FEES MAY APPLY.

MUD MADNESS BEGINS

 

Spring seems to be getting a head start around here and Page Hill Rd. has started to morph into

MUD-dusa. Please drive slow and let us help clean your car. Mention this coupon for $4 off your next office visit and put it towards a cleaning, and thanks for sticking with us, we truly appreciate you all!!

 

 

When bathing your pet at home it is imperative that you rinse your pet until you feel there is no longer any soap on them, then rinse some more.

We often see pets with skin irritations from shampoos remaining on their skin. Here are a few tips to help you bathe your pet and avoid skin irritation:
  1. Use a pet shampoo. We recommend Mycodex for an all purpose pet shampoo. Never use people shampoo, the PH is different and may irritate pets skin.
  2. Apply diluted shampoo. Be sure to have a bucket in the tub with you, fill it with water and add the shampoo into the water, then apply the diluted mix to your pet. Applying shampoo straight to your pet makes for a lot of rinsing and may irritate the skin.
  3. Use a spray nozzle. Bathing our pets can prove to be a struggle. The squirming, ducking and avoiding of the water can make for trying times and messy bath times. However, using a spray nozzle will make rinsing easier, faster and more thorough. It also makes those hard to reach areas, like their armpits and undersides, easier to rinse properly.
  4. Rinse, rinse and rinse some more. Soaps can be an irritant when left on the skin. It can dry out their skin causing itching and flaking. It may also irritate so much so that it causes sores. Rinse your pet extra carefully and when you think all the soap is gone, continue rinsing.
Speak with Dr. Walker about any questions you may have.
We are here to help.

 

March Schedule

  • March 12th- Dr. Walker will be out of the office for Continuing Education.
  • March 15th- Slashing prices for Wellness Wednesday!!!!!
  • March 19th- This months $6 Sunday.
  • April 9th- Dr. Walker is out of the office.