Our 2015 Annual Vaccination Clinic is fast approaching!

Thursday, May 7th                  One Day: 8:30 to 5:30

Dog Cat and Horse Vaccinations will be offered with discounts!!!!

The State of Oregon requires a well animal examination with all vaccinations and the cost to you for the one day clinic will be at a 50% discount.

Horse vaccinations will be guaranteed by the manufacturer when given by the veterinarian.

For questions or information on your pet's records or costs, call us 541 573-6450

*No appointments necessary but it will be first come, first serve!( Payment is due at time of services)

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 CALVING AND BULL TESTING SEASON ARE IN FULL SWING! CALL ANYTIME FOR HELP OR TO SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENTS!!!

CALVING PRODUCTS AVAILABLE IN OUR CLINIC STORE
Electrolytes, Colostrum Replacement, Probios (probiotic paste), Vitamins and Minerals, Calving Chains, straps and handles, Feeding Tubes ad tuber/drenchers and Cattlemen waterproof tops.

                         

                                    A WORD ABOUT STRAY CATS

It seems that at different times of the year, our veterinary clinic sees a number of patients in emergency situations that involve stray animals. A stray animal is one who is not properly restrained in their owners residents. Unfortunately, some animals have been known to attack other people's pets. The circumstances do not matter but treating these torn and mutilated animals is some of the hardest and saddest medical cases that veterinarians face. Besides broken appendages, deep puncture wounds, infected bite marks, exposed organ tears, muscle detachments, shaken body parts and the deadly deaths from shock, innocent pet owners do not  know how to cope with the grief of loosing their pets.   Please give your animals a good secure home, train them, and have respect for your neighbors pets by not allowing strays to wander in your neighborhood. If you see a stray, contact the local authorities and keep your pets safe. 

UPCOMING:

Spring brings lots of new baby animals! Live births can be traumatic for some babies and mothers. If you need help, call Dr. Masie and do not wait on vaccinations.  Parvo can kill!

WARM WEATHER BRINGS OUT THE BUGS:    KEEP AN EYE ON THOSE FLEAS AND TICKS.

There is a new spray for dogs that repels mosquitos, flies, etc.

Don't let your horse get West Nile....vaccinate now!

Green grass, weeds and prickly plants bring allergies to some pets.  Ask us!



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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