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Staying Strong For Your Pets

The core of our mission is to be here when your pets need us—and now is no exception! We’re doing everything possible to make sure that you and our team stay safe. Our business hours remain the same, but we continue our policy to limit the number of people in our hospital to 10 to help minimize human contact. We would like to also stress that if you are actively sick, showing symptoms of a respiratory infection, or have been exposed to COVID-19 that you please stay home ands call us at 571-434-0250 so that we can best determine how to help your pet. […]

Coronavirus Updates

Our Hospital is Open With Precautions in Place to Keep You & Your Pets Safe As the situation with the Coronavirus pandemic progresses, we are now limited to just 10 people or less (including our doctors and staff) in our hospital. With the rising threat of COVID-19 and recent mandates to restrict crowd interactions, we have implemented a new temporary policy to restrict clients from gathering in our lobby. At this time, our hospital remains open and is operating under regular business hours, but with restrictions. Pets that arrive for all grooming, boarding and simple technician appointments will be transferred to an AMCC […]

Rabies: A Perennial Threat to Our Pet Population

With a flurry of news stories about our neighbors being exposed to rabies, we wanted to take this opportunity to remind our clients about the importance of getting your pet vaccinated against the condition. Chances are you don’t think about the rabies virus since dogs and cats are vaccinated. Because of these vaccinations, the disease is not as common or widespread as in the past. Fortunately, it is fairly simple and inexpensive to keep your pets and your family safe. Make sure your pets, including those living primarily indoors, are vaccinated! Common carriers of the disease include skunks, raccoons, foxes and bats; which can easily […]

Year-Round Prevention is Your Pet’s Best Defense Against Parasites

Given the string of oddly warm days we’ve experienced this winter and with spring just around the corner, it’s time to talk fleas and ticks. These pests flourish in our climate, and contrary to popular opinion, these parasites aren’t just annoying. Fleas can transmit tapeworm and cause anemia, while ticks are well-known carriers of many harmful conditions, including Lyme disease. As for heartworm, one bite from a mosquito is all it takes to infect your pet. Sadly, many animals don’t show symptoms until the disease is advanced, if at all. While there is treatment for canines, it is expensive and […]

New Year, Fresh Start for Your Pet!

Working hard to stay true to your list of New Year’s resolutions? You’ll want to remember to make resolutions for your pets as well. We’ve broken down a few goals you might want to make for your best friend in the new year. Read on for diet, exercise, training, and preventative care tips for a healthy and happy 2020! Diet: Cut out the table food. Our pet food is sufficient to maintain a healthy balance of calories, fats, vitamins, and minerals. If you are feeding your pet human snacks, try giving them small amounts of healthy, low-calorie bland foods, such as […]