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NOTE: We are NOT taking ferals on the following dates for the month of July: 7/4, 7/10, 7/11, 7/17, 7/18, 7/19, 7/25, 7/26, and 7/29.

( Drop-off time is between 9-11 am only.)

Starting in 2024 all dog spay/neuter surgeries will be required to go home with an e-collar (cone) for $15.

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Your Complete Guide to Puppy Vaccinations

Did you know scientists first developed the animal vaccine way back in 1879? Back then, an epidemic would wipe out hordes of animals, leaving the farmers ruined financially. While you cannot ensure your puppy’s health, you can start with the vaccine. Vaccines help protect your new puppy from a host of life-threatening fatal illnesses. Some […]

Teeth Cleaning for Dogs

Most people do not realize how essential teeth cleaning is for dogs. There are many common dental problems, some of which are very serious, that dogs can experience if their teeth are not kept clean on a regular basis. Not only that, it is quite costly to fix neglected teeth. One of the most common […]

Disease in Rabbits

Common Diseases of Pet Rabbits. According to a survey by American Pet Products Association, there were around 3-7 million pet rabbits in the US, just behind dogs and cats in popularity. Rabbits make excellent pets, as can be seen with the increasing number of people adopting them. Unlike any other pets, they have distinctive personalities; […]

What Causes Valley Fever in Dogs? – Symptoms and Treatments

Valley Fever (Coccidioidomycosis) is a fungal disease pretty much common among dogs in the southwestern United States. It is prevalent among dogs in the desert regions of California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Some reports have even made their way as far north as Oregon and Washington states. But a study by […]

How to Treat Parvo in Dogs

Much like humans, dogs are susceptible to a wide range of different diseases and viruses. Some of them are deadly when left untreated, and sadly parvo in dogs is quite common. So, as a conscientious pet owner, you will want to know how to spot the disease and infection in your dog early on. One […]

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