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Dental Health Season & Upcoming Events

Thank you to all clients that attended our Puppy and Kitten Course. It was a huge success! You are more than welcome to contact us anytime or book an appointment to go over any aspects of the course in personal detail, especially the nutrition portion. A special thanks to Dr. Williams for teaching the course. Dr. Longridge will be teaching the course again in the summer. Details will be posted when available.

All of February and March is Dental Season. There is lots going on at the clinic to help your pets have great teeth. Have a FREE consultation and get a free gift PLUS get entered to win $100 credit on your account. Have a dental cleaning and be entered to win $250 credit on your account!

For the month of February we are fundraising for Animal Adoptions of Flamborough. The theme will be Have a Heart in honor of St. Valentine’s Day. You can give a donation and have a heart with your pet’s name put up in the clinic or you can donate for a nail trim.

Country Tails Doggie Daycare will be having their annual Valentine’s Day Party on February 14th. Book early to make sure your dog gets to spend the day with their special friends and get a gift to take home.

February 24 is National Cupcake Day! Stop by the clinic and pick up a tasty treat. There will be several delicious flavors to choose from, baked with love from our staff. All proceeds will go to Animal Adoptions of Flamborough.  Yummy!

The Annual Dental Course will be open to all members of the community. We will be going into detail about your pet’s dental care. The course will include what is dental disease, how to prevent it and how to treat it.  

It will be held Wednesday March 19th at 7pm with Dr. Merry.

We look forward to seeing you. Please call to sign up!
– Learn about pet dental health & care
– Demonstrations and Q&A
– Refreshments will be served
– FREE dental care kits
– Raffle

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