Harney County Veterinary Clinic is now scheduling dogs and cats for the Summer Spay and Neuter Clinic that will be held July 14-18, 2014. This once a year offer is for pet owners to benefit with discounted surgeries and professional after care to offer better quality of life for their animals and to help control the problem of unwanted puppies and kittens. There is nothing more sad than tiny baby animals being born and then being abandoned or becoming the responsibility of pets owners who have to find homes for them when they are unexpected.

Be sure and reserve your appointment for the Spay and Neuter Clinic as soon as possible. It is first come, first serve! Call 541 573-6450, Monday through Saturday morning.

SUMMER VACATION TIME is here and sometimes our family pets cannot go with us. Harney County Veterinary Clinic is the place to call in Burns, Oregon for all of your Kennel Boarding needs. We have facilities for all species of animals including exotics, small pets and your special dog and cat friends. There are also pens for large animals and horses. Our fees are reasonable whether it be for one day, a week or more. Ask about our discounts for extended stays. You can rest assured that your animal will be safe while you are away and they will have one on one attention at least twice a day. Of course if your animal has special needs, we are equipped to take good care of them. If you have questions or need to make arrangements for your next travel trip, call us for the best availability.  541 573-6450

********RATTLESNAKES ARE IN FULL FORCE THIS YEAR. MAKE SURE YOUR ANIMALS ARE VACCINATED AND CALL US FOR HELP IMMEDIATLEY IF YOUR PET IS BITTEN. YOUR WILL NEED INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEDICAL TRANSPORT AND TREATMENT*********

Mosquitos are out in force - has your horse been vaccinated against West Nile Virus? The virus is preventable with a simple vaccination from your veterinarian. West Nile is a deadly neurologic infection that is carried by mosquitoes. Horses need to be vaccinated yearly (for first time vaccinates - a booster is needed). The Vetera line of vaccine that Harney County Veterinary Clinic carries comes with a 100% guarantee. The manufacturer-Boehringer Ingelheim will, when administered by a veterinarian, cover the treatment of the vaccinated animal should that animal become infected with any of the ailments for which they are vaccinated against. Make the call at 541 573-6450 and schedule a time at the clinic or on site to get your horse vaccinated.

Ask Dr. Custis about other equine vaccinations that are recommended for healthy  horses and colts to prevent unwanted ailments.

UPCOMING:

4-H Livestock Projects: Do your pigs, lambs, or calves need deworming or vitamin supplements. Give Dr. Masie a call for a consultation to get your projects off to a great start.

Rabbits and Chickens: Are you ready for mite control?

July Days to Celebrate!           "4th of July"                                                

We will be closed-July 4-5th The Emergency on-call number will be in operation!    

                                               "National Dog House Repairs Month"               

                                              "National Bison Month"

                                              "National Rat Catcher Day" Hug your Terrier!"

                                              " Mutt's Day"- July 31

If you have an emergency or just have a question - Dr. Masie Custis is available at (541) 589-1795 - for your convenience.

We can also be reached during regular business hours at (541) 573-6450.

Feel free to email us at hcvc@centurytel.net.


 
   
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