We are now offering a new therapy to provide pain control for both chronic and acute diseases. This include everything from arthritis to lick granulomas.
Therapeutic Laser uses a beam of laser light to deeply penetrate tissue without damaging it. The laser energy induces a biological response in the cells (photo-bio-modulation) which leads to reduced pain, reduced inflammation, and reduced healing time.
No sedation is necessary. Patients feel a gentle soothing warmth with most treatments taking a matter of minutes.
Laser therapy can be used in addition to medical pain management to increase pain control.
For more information, please contact us at (859) 278-2386.
Itchy ears, especially in dogs, can be caused by a number of problems. These include parasitic infections such as ear mites, bacterial infections, yeast infections, and inflammation secondary to allergies. Whatever the cause ear disease can be painful…
To help maintain healthy ears:
*clean your dogs ears regularly with an ear cleanser (Never use water).
*Keep ears dry, especially after a bath or a swim.
*Only clean the portion of the ear canal you can see
If your dogs ears are smelly, or irritated, call for an appointment.
The Red Cross has provided a Pets and Disaster Safety Checklist that includes important information regarding how to prepare for emergency situations and keep your pet safe. You can download the pamphlet by clicking here…
Stop by and refill your pets monthly heartworm prevention and make a donation in their honor to the American Heart Association. Everybody (even the little furry ones) deserve a healthy heart!
Remember, Revolution is still on sale. Buy six and get two free or buy nine and get three free!
Vacation season is fast approaching, and boarding facilities require proof of vaccination. Don’t wait until the last minute. If you need a copy of your pets certificate, or if vaccinations need to be updated, just call. We will be happy to assist you.
For the next two weeks we are going to have a Presidential Pets Quiz. The winner will receive six doses of Vectra or Revolution. Simply answer the question of the day and the most correct answers wins.
Visit our facebook page to enter…click here.
Dress up your pet and come in for care or a visit October 29th – 31st and get a free treat!
We are very excited to announce that Sonya Wright, previously a nurse at SVH, will be joining us as a groomer! Please contact her at 859-312-7669 if you are interested in using her services. She can consult with you regarding your expectations for your pets grooming, and she will also be scheduling her appointments herself. Welcome back, Sonya!