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It is VERY important to have your pet on flea/tick prevention. Pictured here are 41 ticks we pulled off from a dog from the A.D.O.P.T rescue group.
*Here are the products we carry:

~Frontline Tritak - monthly topical
~Nexgard - monthly chew
~Bravecto - chew that lasts 3 months
Rebates avaliable for all products

#myvetanimalhospital #vet #westerville #ohio
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5/2/17
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97% of human doctors feel that there are health benefits to owning a dog. Dogs really are great medicine for the soul. To all of the dog patients of MyVet, thanks for being in our lives! Get ready to smile....
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Hi, my name is Lulu. I am a new patient at My Vet. Amanda is giving me special attention and I love it! #myvetanimalhospital #westerville #vet #ohio
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This is Izzy.She got her first groom and did great! Doesn't this Persian kitten look adorable?
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Happy New Year from My Vet Animal Hospital! #happynewyear #myvetanimalhospital
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This is Carmela and she came for a groom. She is so cute, we had to take a selfie!
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Did you know it only takes a temperature above 50 degrees for those pesky mosquitoes to be out and about? We still highly recommend being on heart-worm prevention year round because of that. You never know with this Ohio weather!
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This is Tigger, he came to us because of an injured tail. Dr. Schmitz fixed him all up and look how cute he is in his cone. Speedy recovery Tigger!
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2016-09-12
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We have a reason to celebrate!! We have been in business 4 years and have been loving every minute of it! We appreciate all our clients and patients that come and see us.

~Here are some tips so your pet can keep it safe this summer~
*Provide drinking water at all times to prevent dehydration
*If outside, have shady areas available to prevent overheating
*When walking, try to do early morning or evening when the
temperature is cooler. This will prevent overheating and protect their paw pads from damage on the hot pavement
*DO NOT keep your pet in your car unattended. Your car can be like a furnance, even with the windows down. This may cause heatstroke.
Quick Fact: Your pet can overheat in a hurry. Dogs and cats can't regulate their body heat as efficiently as humans can, because most of their sweat glands are confined to the pads of their feet. Panting is your pet's primary means of regulating body temperature. Flat-faced pets can't pant as effectively as breeds with longer noses, so they have even less ability to cool their bodies down..
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