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By the time your read this, spring will be in full force. Fruit trees should be in bloom, tulips will have popped, and the lawn may be ready for its first haircut of the year. Spring brings new growth and it’s the right time to check off some spring health items your pets and large animals will benefit from.

We’ll talk about several unwanted gastrointestinal visitors and how a simple annual checkup insures your dog or cat’s health. Our large animal owners know it’s a good time to examine best practices especially for sheep and lambs since they need special attention this time of year. And finally, if you’re thinking about ordering pet medications online we’ll talk about the value of buying from people who really care about your pets.

We trust you’ll find the information helpful, and we wish you and yours a happy Spring!

—Your friends at Hometown Veterinary Care

Heartworm, Roundworm and Hookworm

These three parasites can affect your pet every spring. Read our blog post with tips on symptoms, treatment, and prevention.

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Healthy Spring Practices For Your Sheep And Lambs

Spring is the beginning of grazing season. It’s also the beginning of parasite season. Lambs and un-grazed sheep develop a natural immunity to gastrointestinal nematode (GIN) parasites in their first grazing season, but it can vary.

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Pet Medications: Online or Your Local Veterinarian?

We know preventative pet care costs money and at Hometown Veterinary Care we understand why you’d want to reduce your pet medication expenses. Check out these 5 reasons why we recommend you consider the value of buying from your local veterinarian.

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