Adam the hero!

Elaine (gray kitten) came in severely anemic to the point of needing a blood transfusion. Adam to the rescue was able to donate his blood to save this little girl. He helped monitor her the entire time she was in the hospital....  Today Elaine is happy and healthy and full of energy! 



Stella decided she couldn't walk so when Dr. Naas picked her up and she started smiling... ROTTEN!

What do you think she is?


You can't tell in this photo but Lady has the cutest underbite! We are calling her a corgalier haha... a corgi and a cavalier mix!

Lap dog!!


Honey came in for her fist visit yesterday and all she wanted to do was curl up in your lap on the floor! Such a sweet baby!

Puppy love!


Oliver got his first grooming today! 

Tick season is coming!

Make sure your pets are protected now that the weather is warming up. Did you know that birds even carry ticks and can fall off at any time. Your pet no longer has to be in wooded areas to be exposed to ticks.... and nobody wants to be exposed to all the nasty diseases that they carry.  GROSS!


National Dental Month

February is National Dental Month and we are offering 15% off for any dental scheduled in the month of february. So hurry and take advantage of this offer!!

Flu outbreak

The canine Flu is now been confirmed in our area. Therefore, we are now carrying the flu vaccine in hopes of protecting our fur babies. The vaccine is a two part series initially so they are not fully protected until the series is complete so the sooner you start, the sooner they are protected! Call us today to schedule!

July 4th festivities

If your pet is scared of the fireworks, put him or her in secluded room with the tv or radio on to help drown out the noise. Ask us if an anxiety medication could help your fur baby as well. 

Pet owners frequently encounter misinformation about grains in pet foods.

Filler implies the ingredient has little or no nutritional value,2,3 but whole grains do contribute vital nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids to pet foods.4 Various grain products also provide protein, which may be easier for the pet to digest than some proteins from meat. Most dogs and cats (>90%) can utilize and digest nutrients from grains normally found in pet foods.