Preventative Health Care
The intelligence of the saying ‘an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure’ cannot be argued.
For our pets this means regular grooming to avoid disease of the skin, ears, eyes and paws; dental care using special foods, brushing teeth or routine scaling and polishing; heartworm, flea and parasite prevention; proper nutrition to avoid obesity and nutritional deficiencies; and training and exercise to prevent boredom and behaviour problems. Because we are keenly aware of the special bond you share with your pet, we will spend the time to review all of this and more.
In the past rabies was often called hydrophobia because many afflicted animals drooled. This was thought to be caused by a distaste or fear of water.