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WE CONTINUE TO OFFER "VACCINATION CLINIC" PRICING EVERY DAY DUE TO THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC.
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We still ask that no more than 3 adults wait in the canine waiting room and no more than 2 adults wait in the feline waiting room. If the area is crowded, please wait outside.
FACE MASKS REQUIRED INDOORS (at least for now)
DO YOU WANT A REBATE NEXT PURCHASE?
Every year many major manufacturers offer cash incentives for stocking up. How do you get your rebate? We've included instructions on our Special Offers page. Some manufacturers use a downloadable coupon that you mail in but most companies prefer an online request. You will need a copy of your receipt from our hospital either way and online pharmacy purchases are not eligible.
What do you get?
Most of the time you get a VISA gift card for the amount of the rebate though some companies will send a paper check. Zoetis uses a points system through Zoetis Pet Care Rewards and you can cash in your points on your own schedule but you receive a gift card that can only be used at our hospital.
Check the list below:
Need help picking one? We have a chart comparing the parasite protection products at:
...THAT WE HAVE MANDATORY SPAY/NEUTER IN LOS ANGELES?
Well, most of you probably knew but we still find that many newcomers to our city are completely surprised to find this out. So to recap:
Exceptions to mandatory neutering are:
A dog that meets one of these exemptions must have a special license (which costs five times as much as a regular license)
To make it easier for spay/neuter, residents of Los Angeles can get a $50 voucher towards spay/neuter at
The University of Wisconsin wants to know about dogs that like to watch TV.
We've presented information in the past on DogTV (DogTV.com), a streaming service that airs programming made for dogs, particularly dogs home alone who need help with anxiety. There is programming for stimulation as well as for relaxation. The University of Wisconsin wants to know more.
Television works by updating an image repeatedly to create a moving picture. Prior to the advent of HDTV, the image update did not work for the canine eye and dogs could only see a blur on the screen, though they could certainly hear the action of the show. Now dogs can see the action as well as hear it.
The university wants to test canine television interest in a more scientific way. You can show your dog a couple of 1-2 minute videos and rate what is interesting to your pet. Consider helping science advance one dog and a time. For details, click the link below:
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