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Driggs Veterinary Clinic
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To our clients who took advantage of our annual Rabies Vaccination Clinic on Saturday May 6th, thanks to stopping by! For those of you who missed this years clinic, we look forward to seeing you on the first Saturday of May 2018.
#vaccinateyourdogsandcats #driggsvetlovescats #driggsvetlovesdogs
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Is your horse ready for spring? Our annual Horse Health Care Clinic starts on Monday April 3rd and will run through Friday April 28th. All coggins tests, horse vaccines and horse wormers will be discounted.

Appointments are required so give us a call at 208-354-2212.
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Don't let this happen to your favorite dog! The Teton Valley Dog Training Club will be starting a new session on Wednesday February 17th at the Teton County Fairgrounds. Beginner class start at 6:00 and the advanced class will start at 7:00.
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Did you know that Giraffes do not have vocal cords?
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The wait is over! While you are enjoying your chocolate treat today on National Chocolate Day, please do not share with your dog or cat. Chocolate and cocoa contain theobromine which can be highly toxic.
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Wiith Halloween just a few days away, we thought you might find these 10 Halloween Safety Tips for Pets of interest.  And don't forget that our Home Again Microchip special ends on Saturday October 31st.  Call us today at 208-354-2212 for more information or to make an appointment to get your pets microchipped.
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Did you know that cats purr at the same rate of a diesel engine? That's 26 cycles per minute!.
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Did you know that a pregnant goldfish is called a twit? Well now you do! Have a great Wednesday.
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Pumpkins are rich in Vitamin A and potassium. They are also high in fiber. This makes pumpkins good and your pets.
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