In observance of Independence Day, the clinic will be closed on
Wednesday, July 4th.
We will resume our normal hours of operations on Thursday, July 5th.
Our clients and their furry companions are always made to feel welcomed and appreciated.
Our love and passion for what we do shines as bright as the smiles that will greet you!
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Did you know?
April is National Heartworm Awareness Month
- Heartworm is spread through the bite of an infected mosquito that happens to feast on our beloved pets. Although monthly prevention is key, annual testing is security.
- Warmer temperatures brings the onslaught of fleas and ticks. Prevention should be given year round but spring time is a great time to start. Please contact us about proper flea and tick prevention for your pet(s), your home and your yard.
- For many, spring time means spring cleaning, as well as gardening. Be mindful to keep your four legged family members away from chemicals both inside and out of your home!
For a complete list of household hazards, click here. If you think your pet has ingested something he/she should not have, please call us at 440-871-6211 or the Animal Poison Control Hotline at
We are excited to announce:
- Puppy Socialization classes coming soon! For more information or to register your puppy, please contact Marianne S., RVT. at 440-871-6211.
- Our 3rd annual Adopt-a-thon is scheduled for September 29, 2018. Please stay posted for upcoming details. Any rescue groups interested in participating, please contact Miranda B. at
- Please help us welcome the newest members to our team!
Fear Free Tip of the Month:
Coming to the veterinarian can be a challenge for some owners and their beloved pets. The sounds, sights, and smells can be bit of a sensory overload, even for the most outgoing pets. Do not be discourage pet lovers for our Fear Free professionals are here to help. There are many different ways to reduce the stress of a visit. A good starting point is to bring something from home.
We recommend bringing your pet's favorite treat or a high quality treat so the visit can be associated with a positive feeling before, during, and after. We also suggest not feeding your pet before the visit. A hungry pet will more than likely accept the treats being offered thus helping to reduce stress level. We are encouraging the "Put the Treat Back Into Treatment" philosophy that the Fear Free Initiative promotes. So whether it be your own goodies or ours, you can expect your pet to be offered several treats throughout the visit.
Another way to help reduce stress is to bring your pet's favorite toy. This can offer a fun distraction for your pet while being examined. If your pet doesn't have a favorite toy, bringing a blanket from home can also offer the comfort as treats and toys.
Our goal is to make the visit as stress-free as possible for you and your furry companion. Please help us take the "Pet out pf Petrified"! Contact or call us to learn more about this and other Fear Free tips.