Introducing Animal Medical Center’s Monthly Newsletter! We hope to deliver monthly education articles, events, and announcements to keep you updated on what’s going on at Animal Medical Center!
Stock up on your pet’s favorite Hill’s Pet Food! We are having a Truck Load Sale!

Come to Animal Medical Center on Nov. 8th and 9th, during normal business hours, and also Saturday, Nov. 10th from 9 am to 12 pm to pick up your pet’s favorite Hill’s Pet Food. Large and Medium-sized bags and Canned Food Cases are $10 off along with Small-sized bags are $5 off, so you can’t go wrong! All of our Hill’s Pet Food is while supplies last, so don’t miss out! We know your pet’s love treats, so we are offering a FREE BAG OF TREATS to the first 100 people that purchase from our sale!

Fur Kids Foundation has done so much for our community and our clients that we want to say thank you to them. When you buy 2 bags of your pet’s food (same size and product), we’ll donate $5 straight to Fur Kids Foundation! Help us Help them!

We can’t wait to see you!

Our annual Halloween Pet Photo Contest is so much fun this year! We love all the entries this year and love how creating they all are. We have finished all the voting rounds and the Finals will be up for voting on Nov 8th through Nov 10th. Check out our Facebook Page and vote for your favorite pet Halloween costume. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, Nov 13th!

If you missed out on our Halloween Pet Photo Contest, watch for our Christmas Pet Photo Contest coming up!

Does your pet seem a little bit more “fluffy” than they used to be? Our Certified Pet Nutritionist Tech Tara has put together a program for your cat or dog to help them lose those pesky pounds! The best part, you get a personalized food and exercise program tailored to your pet and you can win prizes!

There is no need to make an appointment, just stop by with your pet and ask for Tara! The cost of the program is just $10 and you get a kit (retail value for dogs $45, cats $35) with specialized pet food, treats, education materials and more!

The program lasts for 3 months with checks-in weekly and Tara will be with you the entire time. When your pet comes in and they’ve lost weight, she has some fun incentives and prizes for you! If your pet loses the largest amount of healthy percentage of body weight, they will win the Grand Prize at the end of the 3 months!

To learn more about the program, give us a call and look out for announcements on our Facebook Page!

November is Pet Diabetes Month and we want to bring awareness to this treatable but deadly disease. Did you know 1 in 230 cats are diagnosed and 1 in 308 dogs are diagnosed with diabetes? At Animal Medical Center, we give you the recipe for success on treating your pet’s diabetes from specialized diets, insulin medication to routine checks, we can help your pet live a long and healthy life.

Is your pet at risk? Take this quiz!

To learn more about Diabetes in your pets, check out this months blog!

This month, Animal Medical Center enrolled in the Diabetes PetCare Alliance. If your pet is newly diagnosed with Diabetes from now till the end of the year, the Diabetes PetCare Alliance has put together management kits to help manage your pet’s condition. To learn more, during your pet’s wellness appointment, ask one of our Veterinarians.

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of year to spend time with friends and family to give thanks. We want you and your pets to stay safe this Thanksgiving. Check out our blog on how to avoid Thanksgiving hazards for your pets.

We will be closed for Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 22nd so our staff can spend time with their family and friends. We will be open Friday, November 23rd from 9 am to 5 pm. Our sister clinic Community Veterinary Clinic will be closed November 22nd and 23rd for Thanksgiving.

We have an app! Request appointments, refill your pet’s medication, get reminders for vaccinations and more!

When we reach 1,000 downloads, we will draw a winner for a fab prize from Animal Medical Center!!

Download today!

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