West Eugene Animal Hospital have launched a new Ask The Vets report on fleas, ticks and worms. The Oregon based veterinary surgery provides complete medical, surgical and dental care for their clients' pets.
For more information please visit their website here: http://eugenevet.com.
West Eugene Animal Hospital has been providing veterinary services to the people of Eugene, Oregon since 1970. Their vets and trained veterinary staff carry out a full range of preventative, medical and emergency care to animals, and are proud of the lifelong relationships they have built up with pets and owners.
The veterinary surgery's website has a selection of reports that offer advice, tips and news about their pets. They have recently released the fourth report in a series called Ask The Vets and this installment covers possible ailments that pets can pick up from parasites.
The main question asked in this report is how important is flea, tick and heart worm medicines for pets. The answer is that a good monthly flea, tick and heart worm preventative is an essential part of caring for cats and dogs. The report continues by discussing different types of parasite prevention including pills and collars.
Other subjects covered in these reports are vaccinations, diet and new puppy and kitten care. They also cover events such as pet cancer awareness month and how to keep pets safe from poison and fireworks.
West Eugene Animal Hospital understand that getting to know and build a real ship with a client's pet is crucial to being able to deliver the best treatment. This is why that when a pet become s a first time patient they also receive a free exam to start this new relationship.
The surgery offers a complete range of animal care including vaccinations, spaying, neutering, diagnostics, dental, medical and surgical care. They also provide 24 hour emergency vet services. Those wishing to find out more can visit the website on the link provided above.