We are entering flea and tick season. Fleas are external parasites that lay eggs in your home or yard. These eggs turn into pupae that can remain dormant in your house for up to 6 months. Fleas can cause allergies and skin irritation in both animals and humans. Ticks, another external parasite, can cause anemia in young animals and can cause disease in humans and animals of all ages. The Cat Clinic stays up to date on the new products available for your cats. Come in and learn about these products and see what is best for your cat and environment. Mention this blog and receive 10% off your flea and tick control.
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Snow, snow and more snow! Will it ever stop? These first couple of weeks of 2011 have been difficult with school closings and inclement weather. We are ready for Spring, warm weather and playing outside.
Remember February is Dental Health Month, call us now for February savings on dentals for your feline friend.
Stay safe and warm out there!
Posted by Cat Clinic at 6:13 PM
Monday, May 17, 2010
As temperatures increase, remember that outdoor cats need shelter too. Make sure your cat is up to date on their vaccines, they will tend to stray from home and meet up with other cats that may be infected with contagious diseases. Also, ask about our three-year vaccines, this will limit the number of injections your cat receives.
Posted by Cat Clinic at 2:38 PM
Thursday, January 1, 2009
Start off the year right by adding a new feline friend to your family. Come in and visit with our feline friends who need a home. We are starting a new email newsletter, to get signed up email email@example.com. Email addresses will not be published and will be used solely for educational emails from The Cat Clinic.
Posted by Cat Clinic at 12:29 PM
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Are you looking for the perfect cat? We can help! There is an overload of animals being surrendered at this time. Pet owners are suffering financially and going through hard times, because of this, cats are in need of new homes. We have several cats, adults and kittens that would love to be adopted. If you can provide a loving home for one of our cats, you will receive a free 10lb bag of Science Diet Cat Food.
Posted by Cat Clinic at 6:17 AM