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My dog is coughing should I be worried

My Dog is Coughing – Should I Be Worried?

One particular behavior that frightens a lot of dog parents is coughing, so we’re going to cover everything you need to know about about different types of coughs and how to help your furry family member through them.

Parlier Vaccination Clinic

Parlier Vaccination Clinic

We provided 102 rabies vaccinations, 95 DHPP vaccinations, 41 microchips, 74 flea preventatives, and 70 dewormers! The day went well for our staff, City of Parlier staff, and city residents. We only had a few loose, happy dogs that were caught relatively quickly.

Flapjacks for Fido and Felines Fundraiser a Success!

Flapjacks for Fido and Felines Fundraiser a Success!

Another successful Flapjacks for Fidos and Felines fundraising event is under our belt. This year we teamed up with Applebee’s Restaurant on West Shaw again to provide our guests with a delicious pancake breakfast.

Hot Weather Tips

Hot Weather Tips

Never leave a pet in a car on a hot day, even if parked in the shade.

Third-Place-Poster

Annual Bookmark/Poster Winners

Our annual Bookmark and Poster contest theme this year was “Adopt, Don’t Shop.” We received over 290 submissions of bookmarks and posters combined!

Microchip Madness Promo

Microchip Madness Promo

To ensure the safety of your pet, we highly suggest your microchip them. An implanted microchip gives you the peace of mind that should your beloved pet become lost, that they are returned quickly and safely to your home.

Pawsitive Adventures Animal Camp

Pawsitive Adventures Animal Camp

Pawsitive Adventures Animal Camp is open to ages 8 to 12 years and will be interactive, informational, and let’s not forget – FUN!

Sizzling-Summer-Vaccination-Promotion

Sizzling Summer Vaccination Promotion

With the weather warming up, it is an ideal time to take your dog camping, hiking, boating, and other outdoor activities. However, before you hit the trails, make sure your dog is protected from several summer threats – Leptospirosis, Lyme disease and Rattlesnake venom.

Burned Cats

Burned Cats

The three cats had burns to their face, nose, lips, ears, and paws. The hair on the rest of the bodies were singed.