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  • Holiday Hazards for Pets, Holiday Hours, and Upcoming Events

    First Aid seminar coming up THIS SATURDAY at 1 p.m.  For a $25 fee, you will receive supplies to build your own pet first aid kit and instructions from Dr Sandi on how to correctly use them.  Please call 816-331-1868 to register as there are limited...

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  • Fear-Free Practice, Holiday Hours, and Events

    Holiday Hours: CLOSED  for Thanksgiving mid-afternoon November 25 until re-opening on November 30, usual time. CLOSED  for Christmas noon December 23-reopen noon December 29 CLOSED  for New Year’s 5 pm December 31 until 9 a.m. January 4   Have...

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  • Litter Box Problems in Cats

    First, let’s get some housekeeping out of the way.  Keep this handy if you think your pet might need to come see us around the holidays.  We will use the following holiday hours: Close early November 25, probably around 4, and won’t reopen until...

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  • Pet Selection Process

    The Pet Selection Process So you are thinking about getting a pet.  There are some questions you should ask yourself before committing to life-long care of another living being.  Do I really want/need a pet? If you travel frequently, have time-consuming...

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  • Renavast, Cooling Foods, and Homemade Pill Pockets

    Homemade Pill Pockets:  One of our clients has a very small dog that gets several medications every day.   She doesn’t like to use the over-the-counter pill pockets because they are so large so she came up with a recipe for her own which she generously...

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  • Our Preferred Business Partners

    This month I thought I would share with you all some information we frequently hand out to our clients.  Since we are so often handing out this contact information, we thought it might be helpful to just put it all in one place where anyone can reference...

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  • Microchip Identification for your Pet, upcoming events

    Pet Identification Microchip Q and A’s Why should my pet have a microchip?  If your pet ever goes outdoors or travels, or if there is a possibility it could accidentally slip out a door or under the fence (and isn’t that most pets?), there is a...

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  • Flea and Tick Control, Training Tips, and Vaccination Exams

    Flea and Tick Control What are your options? Aren’t we having a lovely spring?  Hope all your pets are enjoying it as well.  Don’t forget if storms cause anxiety, we have a great herbal product called NutriCalm available.  And remember to get...

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  • Heartworm Disease, Cloudy Eyes, and Upcoming Events

    Heartworm Disease and Prevention A question I often get in my practice is my recommendation for the use of monthly heartworm prevention.  I think it’s time to explain fully about how heartworms are transmitted and their effects, the current state...

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  • Pet Food Selection Tips

    LIMITED HOURS MARCH 12-13 Altered Hours in the second week of March!  Just want everyone to know that Dr Leonard is attending a chiropractic continuing education seminar March 12-15.  Debbie will still be in the office 1-5 Thursday and 9-3 Friday so...

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Raymore, MO 64083
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