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Keep your pets healthy:
July is Toxicity and Household Hazards Awareness Month.
TCAH Pet Health Information Updates: Click to learn more about protecting your pets.
- Poison proof your pet with help from VeterinaryPartner.com.
Effective July 5, 2014:
We will remain open Saturdays 8 a.m. to Noon, however we will not have a veterinarian available.
Services available from our staff will include:
- Purchase of over-the-counter products
- Boarding pick-up
Our business hours for the rest of the week will remain unaffected regarding availability of appointment and drop-off times.
Emergency Vets hours remain the same.
|TCAH says NO to fleas. You can too.
Ask us about monthly flea prevention.
|Since 1989, our sincere and caring staff have been recommending and providing care and services necessary for your pet’s well-being.
Call us today for an appointment at 601-261-3839.
|VeterinaryPartner.com offers up-to-date pet health information and answers to questions about animal health, medications, therapies, surgery, behavior, or safety.||PetCARE Television Network, Inc. is a leader in providing the veterinary profession with client education tools to improve client awareness of pet health needs and the role their veterinarian plays in the delivery of these services.|
|VPI Pet Insurance offers dog insurance, cat insurance and bird and exotic pet insurance policies, all delivered with a customer-first philosophy. Learn how VPI works and get plan recommendations.||Hill’s Pet Nutrition Company is the global leader in pet nutrition with a tradition of caring since 1939. Offering Hill’s prescription diet and Science Diet Wellness Nutrition, Hill’s is working to bring pets long, healthy lives.|
|We partner with Emergency Vets for After Hours Care. 601-450-3838 Click here to visit Emergency Vets website.|
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