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Bringing you the latest and most interesting information about dogs, cats, special services for pets, and whatever else seems relevant.
We now carry the Home Again brand microchip. Please consider having your pet microchipped. Even the most careful pet people (me!!) have lost their beloved pets. ID tags and collars are not 100% reliable. Microchips give assurance that if a pet is picked up and ends up at a vet hospital, shelter, rescue, or pound, it will be readily identified and returned. In the case of a tragic accident, pets are identified and the family can be notfied. Microchips are safe and proven to reunite pets with their people. Please remember to have them checked during routine appointments to be sure they are functioning and easy to find in your pet.
If you have to leave, know who's taking care of your pet:
We have a list of kennels, pet sitters, dog trainers, and groomers that we recommend for our patients. We try to find a good match for you and your individual pets. Everyone needs to feel comfortable and confident that when you leave your precious pets, they will be taken care of with the highest level of compassion and safety.
Coming soon- a comprehensive guide to choosing safe,reliable pet care.
Piglet Mindset Educational Outreach Program
Visit PigletMindset.org to learn about our educational outreach program based on the life of Piglet, the deaf blind pink puppy.
Follow Piglet on Instagram @pinkpigletpuppy and
Facebook Piglet, the deaf blind pink puppy.
In flea and tick, heartworm, and intestinal parasite prevention:
Ask about natural as well as new mainstream spot on and oral long lasting preventiatives. Environmental management can be extremely helpful in preventing infestation with these potential hazardous creatures.
Your Senior Pet's Vet:
Visit our new website Your Senior Pet's Vet for more information on our custom in home care for senior and special needs dogs and cats.
Let's try to minimize all those vaccines!
Ask about the new feline 3 year purevax rabies vaccine.
Ask about vaccine titers for canine distemper and parvovirus.
Ask about an individual vaccine protocol tailored to your individual pet's needs.
in My House
Visit my website, housesparrowsinmyhouse.org to learn more about rescuing and raising orphaned and injured house sparrows. Like my facebook page House Sparrows in My House for current house sparrow rescue news.