Our pets have similar needs as we do in the winter months , warmth, good nutrition, fresh air, sufficient exercise. Here are a few other things you should consider to help winterize or prepare your pets for the cold weather. Bang the car hood!– Cats are known to climb into a car engine to stay warm. Try to locate your outdoor cats before you turn over the ignition. Recently a very pregnant cat turned up at a local dealership under the hood of a truck, thankfully she was okay and her kittens......
1. Know when flea season will strike. Flea and ticks season hits worse in the summertime. Though it is an all year round problem, which is why we advise year-round flea protection. Ticks are mainly spring/summer/fall. Ticks prevention is safe to use all year round. 2. Steam clean your carpets. At the onset of flea and ticks season, have your carpets steam-cleaned. 3. Vacuum at least once a week. Since the flea life cycle occurs in about every 2 weeks, during the summer make sure you vacuum at least once a week.......
Why not pledge to change things up a bit this year and create a list of new years pet resolutions. While most of us are spending time dreaming up ways to address human resolutions we would like to encourage you to address some resolutions for your pets. These resolutions would not be possible without our full commitment and pledge to ensure our pets will have a happier healthier 2017. These are just a few suggestions for you to consider adding to your list this year. TAKE SOME NEW ADVENTURES TOGETHER Mix......
Langley Animal Clinic is excited to announce our new blood donor program. We are looking for a few lifesaving canine donors. There is a constant demand for blood. Please help us! Contact Dr.Joseph O’Sullivan at email@example.com Criteria for Canine Donors Donors must be up to date on vaccinations Weigh 23kg (50lbs) or more 1 year of age up to 8 years Healthy physical condition Even temperament Our veterinary team will ensure that your dog meets all the donor requirements. All blood donors will receive an initial physical examination and blood typing. They......