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Monday: 12 - 8pm

Wednesday: 10am - 4pm

Tuesday, Thursday: 9am - 5pm

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Office: (724) 447-2283

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Protect Your Pet from Hearworms

February 29, 2016

Untreated heartworm infection in pets can be fatal. Heartworm treatment is expensive and lengthy, and only available for dogs (infected cats currently have no options available). The best option for both your pet and you is to prevent an infection.

Mosquitoes carry the heartworm parasite, and one infected mosquito is all it takes. A mosquito can pick up the infection from a lot of different places: cats, dogs, wolves, coyotes, foxes and ferrets are all known hosts to the parasite. If a mosquito bites an infected coyote and then bites your pet, tiny heartworm parasites enter his bloodstream. From there, the worms grow and spread to your pet's heart and the blood vessels around the lungs. These worms can grow to be up to a foot long.

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Paternal Predictions

February 24, 2016

 

Paternal Predictions

Whether you're a professional breeder or a hobbyist/pet owner, the decision to have your stallion sire a foal is an exciting one. But before anything else, it's important to have him checked out with a breeding soundness exam. We will make sure that your horse is capable of siring a healthy and well-bred foal, and is in the appropriate condition to do so.

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Prevent and Protect

February 22, 2016

Few things are more depressing than the sobering fact that millions of healthy pets are euthanized every year simply because there weren't homes for them. What's worse is that the majority of these deaths could have been avoided if more male pets were neutered.

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Be Their Voice

February 21, 2016

In 2009, the Animal Legal Defense Fund declared the last week in February as National Justice for Animals Week in order to raise awareness for animal cruelty in all forms. The event has been held every year since then, with more than 250,000 supporters participating.

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Prevent and Protect

February 19, 2016

Few things are more depressing than the sobering fact that millions of healthy pets are euthanized every year simply because there weren't homes for them. What's worse is that the majority of these deaths could have been avoided if more female pets were spayed.

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