Saturday, April 18, 2009

What's in your mix?

Wisdom Panel MX
mixed breed analysis

Every mixed breed dog is unique. The breeds in your mixed breed may affect not just the appearance, but its behavior and well-being. The more you understand,the better you can care for your dog and build a happier, healthier relationship.
WISDOM Panel MX performs a complex genetic analysis to detect breeds in your dog's family history, examining over 300 sites along your pet's DNA, then comparing to Mars Veterinary's proprietary genetic database.
You will receive your dog's WISDOM Panel MX results in a comprehensive, customized report. It may provide insights into your dog's personality and appearance, serving as a valuable reference throughout the life of your pet.
Your dog's customized report includes:
1.) A detailed analysis of breeds detected in your dog
2.) Profiles of breeds detected in your dog include:
a.) Historical background
b.) Physical traits
c.) Breed-associated behaviors
3.) Access to online resources to help you learn more about the breeds in your dog.
To learn more about this this product you can go online to: http://www.wisdompanel.com/ or ask your veterinarian.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Rabies Clinic 2009

Cat clinic



Dog clinic




Great Job to everyone!

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Candid Cute Pictures








Congratulations "Luna" Higgins !


"Mandy" P. enjoying the comfortable sink.

"Duke" A. recovering from his neuter with a lot of love.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Tick Season Is Here!!!



It's that time of year again!

Here are a few Tick truths every dog owner should know:

- There are more than 800 species of ticks. the most common species found in the US are: the American Dog tick, the Lone Star tick, the Brown Dog tick and the Black-Legged or Deer tick.




- Ticks have several life stages: egg, lava (a.k.a. "seed tick"), nymph and adult stages. All stages except for the egg need a blood meal to progress to each stage in their life cycle.






- Ticks can transmit a variety of diseases to pets and humans including Lymes disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Ehrlichiosis.




So remember to speak to your veterinarian about tick preventatives and the proper ways to remove ticks from your pets.