Tuesday, January 14 – National Dress Up Your Pet Day Celebration
We are celebrating National Dress Up Your Pet Day in STYLE! Bring your pet into the clinic wearing their favorite clothing and/or accessories and receive 1/2 off a nail trim!
* Your pet is not required to be a current patient but must be able to show proof of current vaccines for nail trim service. (Dogs: Rabies, Distemper/Parvo, Bordetella) (Cats: Rabies, Feline Distemper)
Friday, January 24 – National Peanut Butter Day Celebration
Not all vet visits should be scary! Bring your pet to the clinic for a yummy lick of peanut butter and lots of love from our staff!
Friday, February 14 – National Pet Theft Awareness Day
Every 2 seconds, a pet goes missing in the U.S. What better way to say “I Love You” to your pet on Valentine’s Day than to be sure he or she is protected from theft? This day is meant to call attention to the importance of pet identification methods. It is a day for considering just how much the presence of an animal can enrich a family and also the responsibility that goes with it. It is a day that encourages those with pets to take steps to ensure the animal’s security and their own peace of mind. One of the best options for pet identification is microchip implantations which results in 20 times more recoveries of lost pets, but did you know that some microchip companies require annual fees to keep your contact information active? Other scenarios to consider:
- Have you moved in the past couple of years and aren’t sure if your contact information has been updated?
- Did your pet come with a chip when you took them in? Do you know if that microchip ever got registered with your information?
- Did you know that microchips can migrate under the skin and may no longer be between the shoulder blades where most people focus on scanning? We have an employee whose small pomeranian’s microchip moved to below his collarbone! Not everyone might do a thorough enough scan and assume your pet is not microchipped!
Stop by our clinic during business hours for a complimentary scan and database check. If we come across a non-registered chip, we are happy to offer a lifetime registration fee for a low, one-time cost of $25. If your pet needs a microchip, we can take care of that as well for an additional fee as long as they are up to date on vaccines. If your pet’s microchip is currently enrolled, we will give you the chip information so you may call and verify your contact info!
Friday, February 21 – National Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day Celebration
While the real date for this holiday is Sunday, February 23, we want to be able to spoil our furry friends when the hospital is open, so come on by and try some of our treats on the house! We have hypoallergenic, GI sensitive, some prescription diet varieties and low-calorie options!