THE STRONGEST VETERINARY TEAM IN TOWN
We offer a wide array of services:
Small animal medicine • General and Orthopedic Surgery • Dentistry
Digital X-ray (Full Body & Dental) • Ultrasonography on site
Boarding/ Drop Offs • Bathing/ Nail Trimming • House calls available
Since halitosis, and other signs and symptoms of oral disease, can come up throughout the year - we do not want you to have to wait until February every year in order to get the 20% off discount. Especially if your vet recommends the procedure sooner. TVV has always provided a 20% off dental discount for the month of February (and extends it to include the month of March at our Buckhead and Lilburn-St.Mtn. offices). However, a pet's dental health is critical to their overall health - therefore, it is necessary to promote dental care year round.
This topic is worth discussing every winter, even if the vast majority of people already know and understand the importance of protecting pets in cold weather. We feel pretty confident that most of our clients already heed the advice that is published each winter by all the pet health organizations, as well as our own website, Facebook page, newsletters, and the Public Service Announcements we run on local cable channels. Each organization and resource of information list, almost identically, very important cold weather pet care tips and health warnings. Unfortunately, there will be a few folks who doubt the danger cold weather poses, or believes their pet is conditioned to withstand the cold weather. We agree, there are many dogs that are more conditioned for the cold. However, there is "cold" and then there is "freezing temps and icy conditions", which is much different and which both pose serious health risks, such as hypothermia and frostbite. A good rule to follow ... if it is too cold for you with a coat, gloves and hat on - then chances are - it is too cold for them. These are the cold weather pet care tips: