Mar Vista Animal Medical Center

3850 Grand View Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90066

(310)391-6741

www.marvistavet.com

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January 2018

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NEWSLETTER CONTENTS

FEBRUARY 1ST THROUGH MARCH 15TH IS DENTAL SPECIAL 2018

25% off including pre-anesthetic lab work, anesthesia, 6 step teeth cleaning including polishing, and sample dental chews.

THIS IS WHAT EVERYONE HAS BEEN WAITING FOR.
PRICING AVAILABLE NOW!.

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REVOLUTION® PARASITE CONTROL ENDS FEBRUARY 15TH AFTER NEARLY A DECADE.


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When you purchase a 6 month supply of Revolution from a veterinary hospital instead of from an on-line pharmacy you are rewarded by 2 extra doses (8 doses for the price of 6). Advantix has already discontinued its free dose program in favor of a rebate for the new year. After February 15th, Zoetis will introduce a new program.

REBATE COUPONS FOR 2017: If you made a qualifying purchase during 2017 but haven't turned in your coupon, you still have until March 1st to send in your coupons.


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NOT SURE IF YOU QUALIFY FOR A REBATE?

  • For the list of products with 2017 Rebates click here.
  • Or ask our receptionist to check your purchase history.
  • We can print (and email you) the appropriate receipt copies and links to coupons if you are not sure what to do.

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CANINE FLU OUTBREAK IN SAN JOSE

The Los Angeles County Public Health Department has circulated a bulletin concerning the Canine Influenza outbreak currently active in San Jose. At present 120 cases are confirmed and the recommend that any dogs that must travel from L.A. County to the San Jose area avoid communal areas such as grooming parlors, dog parks and boarding kennels. Dogs that must go to these places should be vaccinated.

So far outbreaks in the Los Angeles area have been contained. Please vaccinate your dog.


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VALENTINE'S DAY IS COMING AND WITH IT COME THE FLOWER DELIVERIES, BUT

DID YOU KNOW...

                ...MANY OF THE COMMON BOUQUET FLOWERS ARE TOXIC TO PETS?

Whether you expect to be sending or receiving flowers, it is a good idea to know what flowers are OK when stem-chewing curious cats are around.

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(Photocredit: Morguefile.com) You can't go wrong with roses especially if there is nothing else in the arrangement.
(Photocredit: Morguefile.com) Looking for something less formal? Daisies are a safe bet.
(Photocredit: Morguefile.com) Probably skip the Calla lilies. They have very irritating chemicals for the mouth and stomach when chewed. They won't cause long term damage but they won't be any fun.
(Photocredit: Morguefile.com) Probably skip the carnations for the same reason: very irritating when chewed on.
(Photocredit: Morguefile.com) ABSOLUTELY NOT!! Stargazer lilies, Tiger lilies, in fact, any Asiatic lilies will cause kidney failure in a stem-chewing cat. If you are sending flowers to a cat lover or if you are a cat-owning flower recipient, leave the lilies out or put the flowers where the cat absolutely cannot access them.
Everyone have a happy Valentine's Day! (Photocredit: Morguefile.com)

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OUR HOSPITAL WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE WHO HAS REFERRED A FRIEND!

This month we would especially like to thank (referred in December):

Gabriela De Luna
Catherine Kinder
Sandy Kozely
Christopher Sullivan

Refer a friend or family member and receive a $25 credit to your account. Repeat as desired.

(Restrictions: the person referred cannot have the same address as you and must come in for a medical service other than vaccination clinic.)

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DR. JENNY JOHNSON'S NEXT DAY FOR CHIROPRACTIC
                                                         IS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22nd.

Please call for a space in her schedule.

Dr. Johnson also performs shockwave therapy for arthritis with great success. If this exciting non-drug treatment is of interest to you, please contact us for further information.

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