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Happy Holidays!
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2015-12-23
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Happy Holidays!
In order to allow both your family and the Nicholasville Road Animal Hospital family to enjoy the holidays with both friends and family, we will be altering our normal operating business hours.
We would like to inform you of our upcoming holiday schedule. We will have altered business hours on the following days;
12/24/15 (Christmas Eve) - CLOSED
12/25/15 (Christmas) - CLOSED
12/26/15 - CLOSED
12/31/15 (New Year's Eve) - Open from 8 am to 12 pm
1/1/16 (New Year's Day) - CLOSED
Should you have an emergency, please call one of the following emergency veterinary clinics.
- MedVet: (859) 276-2505 - Bluegrass Veterinary Specialists: (859) 268-7604
Thank you for your understanding, and enjoy the season!

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Thanks to Ashley Mischler for the video!
"Chief has been having a lot of health issues lately but we think he's finally on the mend(Thanks Nicholasville Road Animal Hospital ). So good to see he's feeling well enough to run around and play again!"

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New pretty in pink puppy, Molly came to see us last week for her puppy shots.
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Isn't Rhett a handsome fellow!?
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Our Halloween Costume Contest is back!!!
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During the entire month of August, we at Nicholasville Road Animal Hospital will be offering a 10% discount on all dog and cat dental cleanings as well as other dental related services (extractions, pre-anesthetic blood work, etc.). 
Have you ever taken a sniff of your dog or cat's breath and wrinkled up your nose?  All too often, dental care is something that is overlooked with our furry friends. Imagine how your mouth would feel, taste, look, and smell if you NEVER brushed your teeth!
Tartar and calculus trap bacteria in and under the gum line, which leads to irritation of the gum tissue (gingivitis), and then periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is sickness of the supporting tissues of the teeth- the ligaments that attach gum to tooth and jaw bone. The American Veterinary Dental Society estimates that 85% of cats and dogs have periodontal disease by age four!
Signs of tooth and gum disease in pets include:
·Bad breath
· Excessive salivation
·Refusing to eat or dropping food
· Rubbing or pawing at the face
· Loose or broken teeth and red
· Inflamed gums
However, many pets never show symptoms beyond bad breath. Without regular veterinary exams, much of our pet's dental disease isn't detected until it reaches a bad condition. To have your pet's mouth evaluated and to make a specific home dental plan, click the button below. Pets need dental care, too!
Your pet's dental health is very important! Preventative oral care is essential for the health of your pet's teeth and gums. In addition, the same bacteria causing that bad breath could also travel through the bloodstream to his or her heart and other internal organs. Benefits of a dental include:
·         Increased activity/ appetite
·         Better smelling breath
·         Less pain/ discomfort
·         Healthier immune system
·         Healthier pet!!!
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