Valley vet on the net!
If you haven’t done so please visit our new website at www.valleyvet.ca. It is full of great clinic photos and
excellent pet health articles and videos.
Once you register on our site you can easily send us email requests for
food or prescription refills or to book an appointment. If you are looking for any specific
information you can also send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or email@example.com. We strive to answer all inquiries within 24
hours and are often able to respond earlier.
Spend time on facebook?
Check us out at www.facebook.com/valleyveterinaryclinic. There are many great pictures and information
on our page. “Like” us and you can keep
up to date easily on clinic events and any interesting pet health news that we
can pass along. Let us know and we can
post pictures of your pet!
Stay tuned and check back regularly to both the website and
facebook for news articles and our in-house blog. Meet the staff and learn more about our
services. The website also features a
“sick pet helper” with many tips about what you can do at home for your
companion. Our after-hours service
information and the local small animal emergency clinic are also listed on the
Many people have seen ticks on their pets in the last few
weeks. Some of those ticks may be
carrying Lyme disease, which is a new and emerging threat in the area. For more information on the signs and
symptoms of Lyme disease and its effects on pets please search the articles relating to Lyme disease on the website.
We are now offering blood testing for Lyme disease along
with heartworm in dogs. If you have
removed a tick from your pet in the last year we recommend a test to screen for
this disease. There is effective
treatment and vaccination available to help control this disease. Testing clinics will be held in May, consult
the events page on the website for more info, or call to schedule an
appointment for you dog.
There are several options available for flea and tick
control in dogs and cats. Many of the
products sold in clinic and over the counter are extremely toxic to cats, and
should not be used on a dog that lives with a cat. Please speak to one of our excellent staff
members to determine the best product for your family members.