We have rabies in Grant County, carried by bats. Protect your pets and yourself by vaccinating your dogs, cats and horses against rabies. Receive a 10% discount during September for rabies vaccinations.
Wellness is what we are all about! Detecting health issues when they are small can prevent them from becoming big serious illness. During October receive half off on wellness exams.
During November receive 10% off on diabetes testing, monitoring and treatment. Diabetes is a treatable and in some cases, preventable disease. But untreated diabetes is devastating. Let's talk about risk factors, prevention, and treatment!
Low cost spay and neuter offered in December for dogs and cats. We also have a food drive in December to help local families. Donate non-perishable food here at the Vet Center and receive $5 off your invoice of $25 or more. Food is distributed through the Grant County Food Bank.
Obesity is common in our pets. Obesity is a risk factor for diabetes, joint pain and osteoarthritis. Stop in during January for a free body condition score for your pet. Let's talk about achieving an ideal weight. Also, receive a 10% discount on all weight loss products, services and diets during January.
Receive a 10% discount on dental procedures and products this month! Dental health for our furry friends is important. Many signs of dental disease in small animals are easy to spot: bad breath, discolored teeth, and swollen gums that bleed easily. Left untreated, late-stage disease can cause permanent changes including tooth loss and organ damage. In horses, poor dental health can result in decreased performance, weight loss, discomfort and irritability.
Wellness becomes ever important in the senior years. We consider dogs and cats over 7-years-of-age seniors, and horses over 15-years-of-age seniors. Needs change as our companions age. Let's talk about mobility, immunity and nutrition for your senior. Receive a 10% discount on senior exams and lab work during March.
Get a 10% discount of dewormers, flea and tick products, and fecal exams for all your furry companions during April. Parasites can travel indoors on your pets, putting you and your family at risk. Parasites also cause belly pain, colic, and reduced feed efficiency. Have we done a fecal lately? This is a great way to assess your deworming program.
Fire, flooding and drought can all visit our county. Let's work together on a disaster preparedness plan. Emergency large and small animal boarding is available at JDRVC.
During the rest of June, get a discount on routine blood work, urinalysis and fecal tests for your furry companions. Routine screening tests can help identify health challenges before they become big problems.
August is One Health Month.
Our health, our animals' health and the health of the environment are all related. The recent emergence of coccidioidomycosis in central Oregon is just one example. This fungal pathogen affects all of us, and we are in the process of finding out to what extent it occurs all over eastern Oregon.