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Animal Emergency & Pet Care Clinic of the High Country
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Did you know that a dog's sense of smell is over 100,000 times more acute than a human’s?
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With regular professional dental cleanings and at-home care, you can help keep your pet's mouth healthy, lowering the risk for gum disease. If your pet's due for a dental checkup, schedule an appointment today!
In honor of National Pet Dental Health Month, Animal Emergency & Pet Care Clinic of the High Country wants to emphasize the importance of dental care for your pet. Did you know that more than 50% of all dogs and cats have some form of gum disease by just 3 years of age? Comparable to gum disease ...
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February is National Pet Dental Health Month, so there's no better time than now to remind you about the importance of dental health for your pet. With regular professional dental cleanings and at-home care, you can help keep your pet's mouth healthy, lowering the risk for gum disease. If your pet's due for a dental checkup, schedule an appointment today (828) 268-2833!
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Is your pet over the age of 7 years? For most pets, age 7 is when they will start being called a senior, but it may be even earlier for pets that are larger, like Great Danes and mastiffs. Once your pet reaches their senior years, the Animal Emergency and Pet Care Clinic of the High Country will ...
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During the month of October 2015, we’re offering a special discount on annual visits, vaccines, and diagnostic testing: 10% off for all patients, 20% off for our loyalty members. We’re offering this promotion to help instill the importance of annual visits, vaccines, and diagnostics and we hope that our clients will be able to see just how serious we are about it!
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For a limited time, we're offering a 20% discount on all of our puppy and kitten services. Does your puppy or kitten need a wellness exam, genetic test, or spay/neuter? We're now offering 20% off of these & other puppy/kitten services. Give us a call today to make an appointment!
If you recently brought home a new puppy or kitten, congratulations on the new addition to the family! Having a new pet in the home is usually a very exciting time for a family, but it's also the time when certain precautions and regimens need to be established. In fact, your fur baby is going ...
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In the month of June, we are now offering 20% off flea and tick preventative. Schedule your visit with our team today...and save!
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Since Saturday is World Veterinary Day, we’d like to take a few moments to acknowledge all of the veterinarians of animals, large and small, all around the world. Thank you for all you do!
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Regular vet check-ups, at-home dental care, preventative medicines for heartworm and fleas, vaccines…all of these are important parts of preventive health care for your pet, and all are necessary to helping your pet life a long life. Ask us if you have questions about your pet’s health. 
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Celebrating at home this New Year’s Eve? Make sure you give your cat a place to relax, outside of the action. He/she may be frightened by whistles or fireworks at midnight. Have a safe and happy New Year!
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Did you know your pet's oral health is an indicator of their overall health? This month, we're offering a 10% discount on our dental services! We recommend that all dogs & cats have a dental check-up annually. Give us a call today to schedule YOUR pet's dental visit!
Does your pet have bad breath? If so, this could be a sign of the early stages of gum disease, which is one of the most common diseases seen in pets. In fact, more than half of all dogs and cats in the U.S. have some form of gum disease by just 3 years of age. The good news is that gum disease ...
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Laser Therapy is a proven modality for pet pain relief. Save 10% on laser therapy, or 20% is you are a Loyalty Card Member, when your pet receives laser therapy treatment from Animal Emergency and Pet Care Clinic of the High Country!
When a pet is in pain, due to a chronic condition, an injury, or a recent surgery, it is important for that pain to be relieved, for a number of reasons. Besides the obvious desire for your pet to be comfortable and at ease, pet pain management is critical for helping patients to heal properly.
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1710 NC-105 Boone, NC 28607
1710 North Carolina 105USNorth CarolinaBoone28607
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"My dogs and cats are family and deserve the very best in veterinary care."
"I cried out loud in the waiting area, and all of a sudden, the doctor was in."
"The attention and treatment he received was immediate, thorough, and successful!"
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Alayne Spencer
9 months ago
For starters if I could have given this a ZERO star rating I would. Absolutely terrible experience. All they care about is money. I had a 6 week old puppy who was attacked. We immediately rushed him here only because our regular vet was closed at the time. When we got there the vet took him back and did x-rays, which we never laid eyes on. The vet came back and told us his skull was fractured. We had to leave him there over night. They also informed us that he had a few seizures. We went back the next day to check on him and were VERY unpleased. The Vet kept hinting at the fact that they overdosed him on drugs and he could remain in a "vegetable state" forever because of this, therefore our best option was to put him down. We did not feel that it was time to take this step since it had only been about 35 hours, so we took him to our regular vet after feeling pressured to put him down. Our regular vet informed us that there was no need to put him down and that his "skull fracture" was actually a minor jaw fracture. He just needed time. And about the seizures, he said that it was highly unlikely that seizures would have occurred at those times and basically said that probably didn't happen. Today he is running around like a normal dog and is thriving. If we would have listened to those vets our sweet puppy wouldn't be with us today. It seemed like all they wanted was our money! No compassion for my puppy and extremely Unpersonal!
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