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Cheatgrass and your pet!

Cheatgrass and your pet!

Dr. Sarah Hadley with some VERY important tips on the dangers of cheatgrass for your pets.

 

 

Crossing the Rainbow Bridge

Crossing the Rainbow Bridge

Saying goodbye to a family member is an extremely difficult and personal decision. While some pets die quietly at home from old age, many other pets grow seriously ill, become painful or have extreme limitations which diminishes the quality of life for your pet. Euthanasia is a humane choice to ease a pet's suffering. Knowing the facts about euthanasia can help your family make a decision and be at peace with the process.  

Grand Opening

Grand Opening

We are delighted to invite the community to the Grand Opening of our newest All Valley Pet Clinic location! The event will take place Saturday, May 7th from 12PM-4PM at 6801 S. Federal Way, Boise ID 83706 at the intersection of E. Gowen Rd. and S. Federal Way, across from Albertsons.

Pet Vaccinations

Pet Vaccinations

Dr. Sarah Hadley from All Valley Animal Care Center is back to talk pet vaccinations. Which ones do you need? And you will absolutely fall in love with Tripod, an adorable puppy with three legs who's available for adoption. 

Should you use an anti-barking collar?

Should you use an anti-barking collar?

Dr. Sarah Hadley with All Valley Animal Care Center is back with some tips on whether pet owners should use anti-barking collars.

Reunited!

Reunited!

A Good Samaritan came in this morning with two stray labs, the two had no identification on, but luckily both were microchipped. The entire process of scanning the microchip, locating the owner and returning Canon and Nelly to their dad all took less than 30 minutes! 

Harley Quinn

Harley Quinn

We had a pretty neat guest yesterday! Harley the raccoon was spayed by Dr. Ross. 

Thanksgiving Safety

Thanksgiving Safety

What Thanksgiving snacks can your pet have?

Protecting Against Heartworm

Protecting Against Heartworm

Heartworm prevention is safe, easy, and inexpensive compared to treating a dog or cat after worms have matured into adults. While treatment for heartworm disease is possible, it is a complicated and expensive process, taking weeks for infected animals to recover.

Cat Lifetime Health Plan

Cat Lifetime Health Plan

Caring for your beloved cat is a life-long commitment. Regular preventative health care throughout your cat's lifetime with regular visits to your family veterinarian is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself and your cat.

KBOI2 News Story on Forest

KBOI2 News Story on Forest

"We have a big huge stack of applications," Burgess said. "Ohio, Nebraska, Florida, some from British Columbia and even the United Kingdom."

Keep your kitty busy and entertained

Keep your kitty busy and entertained

Cats need to play and get exercise in order to keep them happy and well adjusted just like their canine counterparts! Here's some great tips from Dr. Hadley on how to keep your cat entertained. 

When should your dog get its teeth cleaned?

When should your dog get its teeth cleaned?

Did you know that bad breath might actually signify a serious health risk for your furry friend, with the potential to damage not only you pet's teeth and gums, but your pet's internal organs as well! Dr. Hadley gives some insight on how important dental exams are for your pet in order to keep your furry friend happy and healthy.

Valentine's Day Pet Tips

Valentine's Day Pet Tips

Today on "Your Pet 2Day," Dr. Hadley talks about why it's important to keep chocolate and flowers away from your pet this Valentine's Day Weekend. We would also like to congratulate Charlie for finding his forever home shortly after this aired! We're so happy for you big guy!

Rescue Ruby Rose

Rescue Ruby Rose

Each year, thousands of horses are abandoned and left to die by desperate owners who are no longer able to care for them. Luckily, there are many rescues and caring people that seek out these horses and have the heart to rehabilitate them. This was the case for Ms. Ruby Rose who was rescued by the All Valley Animal Care Center.