Tis the season to be jolly, with bright lights and decorations galore. But don't forget our four-legged friends when decking those halls. These helpful holiday pet safety tips will make sure everyone enjoys this festive season.
December is National Cat Lovers' Month and we want to help you find the perfect feline friend for you and your family. Here are some tips to get you started on finding your new best friend.
Schedule a Senior Wellness Exam at our Pet Health Centers during the month of November and you will receive 10% off a Senior Comprehensive Blood Panel.*
A grant from The Grey Muzzle Organization covered the preventive care expenses for 48 Seniors for Seniors adoptees from July to September. These senior dogs from North Shore Animal League America were all adopted by senior citizens, and ranged in age from 8-13 years old.
Being overweight can cause our four legged friends to have significant short and long-term health concerns. To keep your pet in tip-top shape our Pet Health Centers is offering $10 off nutritional consultations for your pet, and 10% off any special diets that might be prescribed.
Two lifesaving programs, The Foster Program and Pet Sponsorship Program, provide Sadie Mae, a young Beagle with special needs, the care, compassion and a loving family of her own.
To promote the importance of spaying/neutering your pet, our Pet Health Centers is offering a special discount during the month of September for pet owners that take their pet for a pre-spay/neuter exam will receive $10.00 off the exam fee as well as 10% off the blood work required for the procedure.
The hurried rush of back-to-school and shorter days means families are spending more time focused on school work and active schedules. That may mean leaving your furry friends at home alone more often. Now is an important time to incorporate your recently adopted dog, cat, puppy or kitten in the family's new routine. Read More
Our Pet Health Centers is offering a special for $25 microchips for each pet during the month of August. Plus, we'll scan an existing microchip, free of charge, to make sure it is operating properly.
Whether by plane, train, or automobile, family vacations are what memories are made of. But pet parents often face a dilemma when making their travel plans. What do you do with your beloved dog or cat when you’re heading out of town?