Archive for May, 2012

Dasuquin Deal of the Day!

May 31, 2012

Deal of the day!  Dasuquin is the number one brand of joint health supplement recommended by veterinarians.  It is the most complete joint support available and contains ASU, glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate.    The product is available in chewable tablets as well as soft chews and is available for dogs and cats!  Take advantage of this $4-6 off rebate today!



May 30, 2012

TRY ME FREE!  Science Diet Healthy Advantage is Science Diet’s veterinary exclusive diet that combines the “best of the best” of Hill’s technologies.  This preventative nutrition has multiple benefits in one diet including: skin and coat health, weight control, dental health, healthy immune system, sensitive stomach/healthy digestion, joint health as well as bladder health.  For this month receive a $15 rebate towards any bag of Healthy Advantage (making smaller bags free)!

Joint Care Greenies!

May 29, 2012

Check out our new summer display and SAVE BIG!  To enjoy staying active with your pet this summer while protecting their health, we are promoting fun and exciting preventative options for your pet this week.  Today’s feature is the 2011 Product of the Year!  Joint Care Greenies!  Now, your pet can enjoy all of the benefits of regular Greenies while protecting joint mobility.  Take $2.00 off any 7 count package thru June 30th! (Regularly $8.99 to $9.99) 


Happy Memorial Day!

May 25, 2012

Happy Memorial Day!  We will be closed Monday, May 28th in observance of Memorial Day.  Please have a safe holiday weekend.  Here are some tips on staying safe with your pet while enjoying the outdoors during the camping season!

Get poison prevention at your fingertips!

May 24, 2012

Get poison prevention at your fingertips! Great for every pet owner!
Pet Poison Helpline’s New iPhone App and Mobile App | Pet Poison Helpline

National Dog Bite Prevention Week!

May 22, 2012

May 22nd thru 26th is National Dog Bite Prevention Week!  Did you know that 4.7 million people in this country are bitten by dogs every year?  Many of those bitten are children, but you can prevent you and your loved ones from becoming a statistic.  Visit the American Veterinary Medical Association website to educate yourself on how to be safe around animals during National Dog Bite Prevention Week!

Animals and Stuffed Animals!

May 16, 2012

Check out these animals hanging out with stuffed animal versions of themselves!  What stuffed animal does your pet most closely resemble?!


May 10, 2012

LIKE US FOR A DOLLAR!!! Share us with your friends! Not only will they be kept current on pet news, alerts, and what’s happening at Compassionate Care Veterinary Clinic, but for every “Like” we receive now through the end of May, we will donate $1 to the local humane society, up to $300. So, spread the word, and help your friends and family stay more informed about their own pet’s healthcare while helping those pets still looking for a forever home!

National Emergency Preparedness Week is May 6 – 12, 2012!

May 9, 2012

National Emergency Preparedness Week is May 6 – 12, 2012. Learn how you and your family can be prepared for an emergency to ensure your pet’s safety.  The best thing you can do for yourself and your pets is to be prepared. Tornado season is well on its way and this is a great way to be one step ahead! If you would need to relocate your pet, here is a list of things that should be included in your Pets Evacuation Bag:

1- First Aid Kit: You can buy a pre-made kit, or assemble your own.

2- At least 3 days of food and water and bowls for each. offers MRE (Meals Ready to Eat) dog and cat food that has a 5 year shelf life. This is very useful since emergencies where you would have to evacuate don’t occur often, and most commercial dog foods expire long before the 5 year mark. However, these foods should not be used if your pet has food sensitivities or allergies. Collapsible pet bowls are also widely available to help save on space.

3- Blankets/Towels.

4- Up to date vaccine information and any medications that your pet is on.

5- Current photos and physical descriptions of pets, in case they should become lost.

6- Comfort items, such as a toys or blankets.

7- Small garbage bags for waste.

8- A leash, harness and sturdy carrier or collapsible crate large enough to be used as a sleeping area for dogs.

9- For cats, a litter box, litter and a sturdy carrier.

For more information visit the ASPCA’s Disaster Preparedness

National Be Kind to Animals Week!

May 8, 2012

National Be Kind to Animals Week is dedicated to raising awareness about treating animals with kindness and respect.  The American Humane Society established this week nearly 100 years ago to promote the humane and compassionate treatment, and have been recognizing this important endeavor nationally since then.  Sadly, animals – particularly pets – continue to be abused, mistreated, neglected, and ignored even in our community.  We want to thank all responsible pet owners and animal lovers out there who ensure that the pets in their lives receive appropriate and humane care!  For more information on what you can do to help visit this website!