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2019

January: Exam- Wellness Month
What does an examination mean? An examination or ‘check-up’ is an overall routine medical exam to make sure your animal is healthy. The doctor will observe the animal’s eyes, ears, heart, mouth/teeth, skin, and overall body condition. A wellness exam should be done roughly once a year, but depending on your animal’s age and current health status this may differ depending on what the doctor thinks is best. Get your pet off to a great start by scheduling an appointment today!

February: Dental
Did you know the most common symptoms associated with dental disease is bad breath? You may also notice loose teeth and inflamed gums; your pet may drop food or become head shy. Inadequate oral health in our pets leads to periodontal disease. For the month of February, you can receive up to $50.00 off a dental cleaning. Limited appointments available- book now to avoid disappointment!

March: Zoonotic Month- Fecal
Zoonosis is a disease that normally exists in animals but can infect humans. A fecal test or fecal sample can be done at anytime to diagnose any parasites that could be invading your pet. Drop off a fecal sample or call our clinic at 801-451-2359 for any questions you may have.

April: Heartworm
April is Heartworm awareness month. Heartworm is a deadly disease transmitted by mosquitoes. Heartgard is the best heartworm prevention and is given orally once a month. It is best to get your dog or outdoor cat tested for heartworm if any doses are missed.

May: Allergies
As the seasons change, so can our pets. Signs of itching/scratching, red and irritated skin or runny eyes/nose could be sign of allergies. Depending on the allergen, there are many ways to help treat allergies for our loved ones to make them as comfortable as possible. If you notice these symptoms call your vet today to get an appointment.

June: Rattlesnake
Do you take your dogs hiking and every notice rattlesnakes? Did you know there is a vaccine for dogs to help generate antibodies against the venom. If dogs are vaccinated with the rattlesnake vaccine, studies show dogs are reported to be in less pain and can reduced risk of injury. If you have any further questions or would like to schedule an appointment call our clinic today!

July: Weight loss
Keeping your pets active is important whether they are at a healthy weight range or over weight.
To keep your pet at a healthy weight it is good to have a balance on food intake as well as physical exercise. Obesity occurs mostly in older age animals because of the decrease in physical activity. Unhealthy eating habits or high calorie foods can also bring on this condition. Come in today to ensure that your animal is at it’s ideal body weight.

August: Dental
Did you know the most common sign of associated with dental disease is bad breath? You may also notice loose teeth and inflamed gums; your pet may drop food or become head shy. Inadequate oral health in our pets leads to periodontal disease. For the month of August, you can receive up to $50.00 off a dental cleaning. Limited appointments available- book now to avoid disappointment!

September: Senior Wellness
As our pets get older it is important to make sure they are on a senior food, a good glucosamine and are receiving annual examinations. If your animals need a procedure done, it is recommended to do an overall wellness blood work panel. This helps to ensure that there are no abnormalities and also provides a baseline for the future so we can care for your animal properly.

October: Allergies
As the seasons change, so can our pets. Signs of itching/scratching, red and irritated skin or runny eyes/nose could be sign of allergies. Depending on the allergen, there are many ways to help treat allergies for our loved ones to make them comfortable as possible. If you notice these symptoms call your vet today to get an appointment.

November: Bundle of Thanks
A bundle of thanks from our home to yours. We have been serving Davis County for over 30 years. We recognize that it is our loyal clients that enable us to do what we love. Happy Thanksgiving!

December: Vaccination
Vaccines provide immunity against one or several diseases. Vaccinations cost considerably less than the treatments available for the diseases pets are normally vaccinated against. In the state of Utah the Rabies vaccination is required by law. Make sure your pet is going into the new year at its best by getting their vaccinations done.