Checkups, Pet Microchips or Cat-Nail Caps at Animal House Veterinary Clinic (Up to 61% Off). Five Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Checkup packages pair exams with vaccines and other extras, microchips help track pets, and colorful nail caps offer a declawing alternative

The Fine Print

Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Valid for in-office appointments only. Microchip option does not include microchip registration but includes registration documents. May register your pet for an extra $18 fee. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Pets require special attention since they can't tell you if something hurts or that they're thinking about getting their own apartment. Take them to the pros with this Groupon.

Choose from Five Options

$44.99 for a dog checkup package (a $116.75 total value)

  • Pet exam (a $42 value)
  • Choice of distemper, rabies or Bordetella vaccine (a $20 value)
  • Toenail trim (a $12 value)
  • Heartworm test (a $42.75 value)

$29.99 for a cat or dog checkup package (a $74 total value)

  • Pet exam (a $42 value)
  • Choice of distemper, rabies or Bordetella vaccine (a $20 value)
  • Toenail trim (a $12 value)

$89.99 for a senior wellness package for a dog or cat (a $223 total value)

  • Pet exam (a $42 value)
  • Comprehensive blood work (a $120 value)
  • Urinalysis (a $49 value)
  • Toenail trim (a $12 value)

$19.99 for a pet microchip for a dog or cat (a $41.01 value); register your pet for an additional $18

$14.99 for application of a full set of Soft Paws nail caps for cats, an alternative to de-clawing that lasts 6–12 weeks (a $31.15 value)

Animal House Veterinary Clinic

Dr. Connie Anderson’s love of animals shines through in every facet of her life. Not only has she studied veterinary medicine at Oregon State University and Washington State University, but she and her family live with a menagerie of dogs, cats, birds, tortoises, goats, and Holly, a pot-belly pig.

At Dr. Anderson’s practice, Animal House Veterinary Clinic, she and her team pair their love of animals with the latest technology. Their microchip implants, for example, help identify pets if they are lost or don Groucho glasses, and digital x-rays screen for unseen injuries. The in-house lab and pharmacy ensure quick turnaround on prescriptions, and an array of lower-tech services—such as grooming, physicals, and vaccines—round out the health care treatments.

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