It's kitten season! We currently have 6 healthy kittens up for adoption. Adoption fees cover vaccines and spay/neutering. Help these kittens find their furrrever home.
Every Wednesday - $20.00 Bath for any size canine! Special includes : Bath, Nail Trim, Anal Gland Expression and Ear Cleaning!
Medicated baths, teeth brushing, and conditioners available at an additional cost.
*Pet must be current with all annual vaccines and tests for spa day
Full Groom Includes
Nails and Pads/Ear Cleaning
*Dremmel at an additional charge
Canine and Feline grooming available.
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Periodontal disease is the most common disease in dogs and cats.
About 85% of dogs and cats have some sort of dental disease causing pain, bad breath, and tooth loss. Receive 15% off your pet's dental procedure during February. To learn more about National Pet Dental Health Month visit www.AVMA.org
This offer expires 2/28/2018
Heartgard - Purchase a 12 month supply and receive a $ 12.00 Rebate Offer
Trifexis - Purchase 6 month supply and receive a $10.00 Rebate Offer Purchase 12 month supply and receive a $25.00 Rebate Offer
Comfortis - Purchase 3 doses and receive a $5.00 Rebate Offer. Purchase 6 doses and receive a $10.00 Rebate Offer. Purchase a 12 month supply and get a $25.00 Rebate Offer
Multi Advantage - Purchase a 6 month supply with a Heartworm Test and receive a $40.00 Rebate Offer. Without a Heartworm Test receive a $25.00 Rebate Offer.
Hill's Prescription Diet - Purchase a 6lb bag or larger of Prescription Diet dry food and receive a $15 Rebate Offer
Hiring Experienced Veterinary Technicians Hiring Kennel Technicians with experience in a Veterinary Clinic
Interested in working with exotic animals and providing premier service to our clients? Stop in to fill out an application or fax your resume to: 407-273-8832 Monday - Thursday between 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 10640 East Colonial Drive Orlando, Florida 32817
Veterinary Technician Duties- Assisting Doctor in rooms, performing treatments, diagnostics (lab work, fecal test, urinalysis and ear cytology) monitoring pets after surgery, placing I.V. fluids and surgical assisting/ prep. monitoring and anesthesia, sterilizing and maintaining all surgical equipment, preparing prescriptions dispensed and medication refills. Must have good client communication skills - discharge instructions, patient updates, client medical demonstration and education on products. MUST BE FLEXIBLE AND AVAILABLE TO WORK ANY SHIFT INCLUDING WEEKENDS. A.M. and P.M.
What is H3N2 Canine Influenza Virus?
H3N2 Canine Influenza virus is a very contagious influenza virus that infects dogs. This virus recently emerged in the United States. It has infected thousands of dogs in more than 30 states. There is no evidence that it can infect people.
What does H3N2 Canine Influenza Virus cause?
H3N2 causes a respiratory infection in dogs that is also known as "dog flu".
Common symptoms include sneezing, nasal discharge, and frequent coughing that can last for 2 weeks or more. Many dogs have a fever, decreased appetite,and lethargy during the first few days of illness. Some dogs have more serious symptomsand pneumonia that requires hospitalization care.
How do dogs get the H3N2 Virus?
H3N2 Canine Influenza is spread by direct contact with a sick dog and by contact with an environment that is contaminated with the virus. Coughing dogs produce invisible virus- containing mists that travel more than 20 feet in the air, facilitating rapid spread of the virus over distances. This type of virus transmission contributes to a rapid increase in coughing dogs in a kennel situation. The virus can survive in the environment (kennel surfaces, food / water bowls, collars, / leashes, toys, beds) or on peoples clothing or hands for 12 to 24 hours before it dies. It is easily killed by washing hands with soap and water, normal laundering of clothing and bedding, and washing food / water bowls and toys with soap and water.
Is my dog at risk for H3N2?
Most dogs do not have immunity to the virus. This means that dogs of any breed, age or health status will likely be infected if they are exposed to the virus. Dogs at the most risk for exposure are those with a social lifestyle that participate in group events or are housed in communal facilities, especially in communities were the virus is circulating. This includes dogs in boarding kennels, day care centers, shelters, dog shows, Veterinary Clinics, pet stores, grooming parlors, etc. Dogs that stay at home and walk around the neighborhood are at lower risk.
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CALL AND SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT FOR YOUR DOG TO RECEIVE THE CANINE INFLUENZA VACCINE.