Thanksgiving Food Drive
Join Fine Animal Hospital in our Food Drive to help families in need.
Please bring in your donations between November 13th –November 21st.
Stuffing, Instant Mashed Potatoes, Rice, Pastas
Gravy and Sauces
Canned fruit and vegetables (i.e. corn, green beans, yams, sweet potatoes, etc.)
Corn Bread or Biscuit Mix
Canned protein (chicken, salmon, tuna)
Peanut Butter & Jelly
Baking Products (i.e. Canned Pumpkin, Evaporated Milk, Pie Crust, Pudding Mix, etc.)
Any other non-perishable items
Gift Cards from any local supermarket to be used for perishable items (i.e. Turkey, Milk, Eggs, etc.) Thanksgiving is just around the corner. As you prepare your travel plans & holiday menus, we ask that you also keep in mind those less fortunate. We will be donating to those in need in our community. #fineanimalhospital#beingthankful#thanskgiving#givingtoothers#doingourpart#bedfordhills
A happier, more fulfilled pet is a healthier pet!
Did you know some studies show that animals prefer to hunt for food, instead of just plopping down in front of a bowl? Your cat likes to hunt! Your dog loves to think! Try out one of the food puzzles, toys or feeding systems to see a bored fur friend perk up at meal time. #weloveenrichment#fineanimalhospital#petproblems#bedfordhills
Great start to the day meeting Zak for his first Puppy Exam ! 🐶 .
🐾 Bringing a puppy home for the first time is an exciting experience, but also one that comes with a great deal of responsibility. From the second your new friend walks their little paws through the door, you will not only need to start training your new pup, but also take them for their first visit to the veterinarian. .
🐾Most puppies go home to their pet parents at around 6 to 8 weeks of age, and this is the perfect time for a first visit to the vet. You can push their first visit to 10 weeks of age if necessary, but the longer you wait, the more you put your pup at risk.
Willy came in today for his annual exam. 🐶 ▫️
♦️The idea behind an annual checkup is simple :
To prevent costly future problems! Your dog should visit the vet every year, even if he/she is healthy! This helps to catch disease at its earliest treatable stage.
We humans after all, visit our doctors annually and that benefits our health right ?👨🏻⚕️ .
When was the last time you brought your dog in for an check up ? 🐶🐾
🐱 Lucy came in for her final Kitten visit! 🐈
By completing this series of kitten vaccine visits, Lucy now has best possible protection against diseases. Annual boosters will keep this protection at the most effective levels.