Common conditions in veterinary medicine may go unnoticed
Our pets are an important part of our families and we treat them as our children. We love them unconditionally and we almost always know when something is ailing them. Many diseases have tell-tale signs that help veterinarians diagnose what is affecting the pet. Examples include skin allergies (itching), upper respiratory infections (sneezing/coughing), arthritis (lameness), or urinary infections (urinating frequently).
Other conditions may go unnoticed….
Even a veterinarian has ‘pet peeves’
I am not perfect and as a veterinarian I have made mistakes. However, I believe that most people in an animal care profession like mine are working toward a common goal. We love your pets as much as you do, and the goal is to provide them with the best quality of life that we can by doing what we think is best for the pet. Although some clients may not agree with recommendations, we are here to provide the best advice we can as if your pet were our own.
That being said, here are some of the pet peeves I feel should be addressed concerning my profession…
February is National Pet Dental Health Month
We’d like to offer you something special!
Through the month of February we are offering $25 off the price of your pet’s dental cleaning AND a free dental care item of your choice to take home after your pet’s procedure! That’s not all – we’ll give you 10% off all dental products including dental prescription foods.
Call today to schedule an appointment 366-7440!
We have some special things going on this month for your pet!
Has your pet put on a few pounds over the Holidays? If so, the Dunkirk Animal Clinic would like to help you get your pet started on a weight loss plan today!
We are offering a 10% discount on all of our weight loss prescription foods for first time buyers and will help you come up with a weight loss plan that best suits your pet. For those pets already on weight loss prescription foods like Purina OM, Hills w/d or Hills Metabolic, we are offering a 5% discount on your food purchase!
Think of Pets during the Christmas Season
The Christmas season is here; a time for giving and receiving, helping those in need, and getting together with family and friends. During this busy time, it is important to remember our pets and include them in the festivities, but at the same time take necessary precautions to keep them healthy and safe.