Warm weather is just around the corner and we’re excited to bring you our Spring Edition of the Hometown Pet Advisor!

To start things off right, we'll be having our annual Spring Equine Health Clinic at the Clinton Fairgrounds on April 7 from 10AM–2PM where we'll be offering a full health screen bundle for just $130, a savings of more than $200! There's no haul in fee, free lunch, great giveaways, and tons of information on Equine health management. Click here for more details »

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Spring Equine Wellness and Vaccination  

Spring is here and it’s time to schedule your horse’s Wellness Exam and Vaccinations. Spring is an important time to evaluate the health of your horse and our Spring Equine Health Clinic provides you with the perfect opportunity to do that and save some money!  We’ll check your horse’s overall health and will vaccinate your horse for the five core equine diseases.

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Get Ready for the First Tick Season

The first tick season of the year is about to begin. Hungry deer tick nymphs emerge in the Spring after lying dormant throughout the winter making it the most likely period when Lyme Disease is transmitted to animals and humans.

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Spring Means Rabies Season

Every spring skunks, raccoons, foxes and bats become more active as they transition from winter to spring. This activity leads to interactions with cats, dogs and humans. Only a small percentage of these wild animals are rabid, but it is these interactions that lead to the transmission of the rabies virus.

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