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New Office Hours

 

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8am-6pm

 

Saturday

8am-5pm

 

Sunday

8am-4pm

Its funny the things you’ll find when you move furniture around…

PAH OLD & NEW BIZ CARDSWhich card is your favorite? 

 

BIRD NUTRITION

 

JULIE, 1 tough chick with a really big heart for animals. Glad she’s on our team!

New Staff

Holiday Hazards in the Home…

Pet Safety

The weather is cooling off and we are looking forward to some fun with Halloween, Thanks Giving and Christmas. We know that too much candy or turkey goodies can give us a tummy ache, but what about our pets?

Be wary of the potential problems;

Dangerous foods include sugar-free candy and gum (which may contain xylitol), raisins and macadamia nuts (often found in trail mixes, cookies and candy), grapes, bread dough, coffee and alcohol

Dangerous plants include mistletoe, holly bushes and berries, aloe, lilies, baby’s breath, bird of paradise, daisies and chrysanthemums

Other indoor and outdoor hazards include electrical cords, some holiday decorations, antifreeze, open flames (like candles and fireplaces), and ice-melt products

If you suspect your pet has eaten or drunk something toxic, call Park Animal Hospital at 702-361-5850 or the Animal Poison Control Center at 888-426-4435

INDOOR HAZARDS

Poinsettias

Mistletoe

Holly Bushes

Berries

Aloe

Lilies

Baby’s Breath

Bird of Paradise

Daisies

Chrysanthemum

DANGEROUS FOODS

Chocolate

Sugar-free candy & gum

Raisins

Macadamia nuts

Grapes

Bread Dough

Coffee

Alcohol

Onions

Garlic

Bones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OUTDOOR HAZARDS

Antifreeze-HIGHLY TOXIC          Methanol-windshield wiper fluid

Cold Temperatures, even pets with thick fur coats that are used to being outside are susceptible to frostbite and hypothermia. Pets that live outdoors need adequate shelter from wind, rain and cold. Fresh, unfrozen water must be available at all times. Heated water bowls can be used to keep water from freezing. If an electrical source is not available water should be kept in a covered, enclosed space to prevent it from freezing quickly. If your pet has a dog house or igloo, make sure the interior is insulated. Heated pet mats, along with a good layer of straw are an option that can help keep your pet warm and comfortable. It is important to only use heated products that are approved for pets.

BEWARE:

Decorations like tinsel, angel hair, tree ornaments, ribbons, string, garlands and other decorations can be irresistible to pets but very dangerous. Intestinal damage and blockages are among the potential problems if your pet eats something like this.

Electrical cords cause electrocution, mouth burns and life-threatening injury to the brain and lungs if your pet chews on it.

Treats and Toys can sometimes cause stomach upset if the particular treat is new to your pet. Holiday stockings stuffed with toys and treats are fun to give to pets but before letting your pet eat everything in a stocking, pick out any items that are new or different. Offer only one of these at a time (ideally separated by a few days)

If your pet experiences vomiting, diarrhea or other problems after eating a holiday treat, it will be easier to tell which one it was and discontinue it. If illness is severe (repeated episodes of vomiting or diarrhea within a single day) and accompanied by lethargy (tiredness) or signs of pain or if it persists for more than one day contact Park Animal Hospital 702-361-5850

Remember

An ounce of prevention is worth a bound of cure but if anything happens we are here for you and your pet.

Park Animal Hospital Staff wishes you and your pets safe and fun filled season!

 

Joey found a wonderful home, thank you for helping us place him.

JOEY is in need of a loving home, would you like to share his music???

JOEY is 13 years old and loves fortune cookies. He whistles “If I only had a brain” & “I’m off to see the wizard”. Joey is very loving, if you would like to know more about Joey please call the clinic at 702-361-5850.

Baby Jack has arrived…Congrats to Dave & Jen

Do you love your pet???

ASK YOURSELF:
Do you want your pet to be with you as long as possible?
Did you know that your pets’ bad breath could be a much deeper health concern?

Bacteria from dental disease may be doing his/her organs damage.
Take advantage of August Dental Discount
20% OFF the ENTIRE DENTAL PROCEDURE all AUGUST

Schedule today to ensure your pet’s procedure in the month of August.

We are not going to buy a box of chocolates for our beloved pets, and flowers just don’t work. So our focus is on the important things you can do to show just how much you love your dog/cat.

If you love your pet- don’t delay his/her dental care.
Park Animal Hospital
702-361-5850

PLEASE HELP DIAMOND…If you know someone who is perfect for Diamond please help connect them!