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Monday: 12 - 8pm

Wednesday: 10am - 4pm

Tuesday, Thursday: 9am - 5pm

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The Greatest Gifts

December 15, 2017

Your pet is a loved and valuable member of your family, so it only makes sense that you want to buy him a special holiday gift. If you decide on a toy, we at Springhill Animal Clinic would like to remind you of the following important safety considerations:


  • Your pet’s size: This is especially important when purchasing a chewable toy. A squeaky toy ball, for example, would be fine for a cat but not a large dog due to the potential choking hazard.

  • Stuffing material: Beads, foam, and other stuffing material could come loose from the toy if your pet bites it or tears it apart. If you choose a stuffed toy, be sure to supervise your pet until you know how she will react to it.

  • Attachments to toys: Items like ties, ribbons, plastic eyes, and even stitches can easily come loose and present a choking hazard to your dog or cat. You may want to consider removing these items first if your pet is especially rambunctious with toys.


Halloween Can Be a Scary Holiday for Pets

October 29, 2017

As much as you and your children might enjoy Halloween, this particular holiday can be a stressful one for pets. They don’t understand why you have decorations and carved pumpkins with candles in them around the house and naturally feel curious enough to investigate. Your dog or cat may end up swallowing something inedible or even starting a fire by knocking over a candle. These are just two of several Halloween safety concerns to keep in mind. Springhill Animal Clinic wants to provide the following safety tips to help keep your pets safe and happy during the month of October.



Preventative Care for Cattle

October 25, 2017

You may not realize it, but every time we see your herd, we're providing a physical examination to ensure there are no indicators of underlying health issues. Often done from afar, cattle physical examinations may include such things as whether the animal is responsive to the environment, alert and attentive and how it rises or walks.


Preventative Care for Horses

October 18, 2017

With advances in care and nutrition, horses are living longer than ever. They are also maintaining active lifestyles into their late teens and early twenties, partnering with their owners to continue the activities they enjoy together. With this increased longevity comes a greater need to maintain a regular preventive exam schedule so issues can be caught early while they are easier and less expensive to treat.


Safety at Home

October 11, 2017

As members of the family, pets freely roam many areas of the home and provide love and companionship. In return, they count on us to keep them happy and healthy. But keeping your pet safe takes more than a visit to the vet. It also requires a careful walkthrough of your home to guard against common household dangers that can harm your furry companion.