As the head of Carrollton Animal Hospital, Dr. Michael W. McGuire has come full circle since the high school days he spent volunteering at a veterinary clinic. His lifelong passion for animals makes him an ideal custodian of the clinic, which has served the community for a staggering 40 years. Despite its long history, the clinic boasts fully modern facilities including surgical suites, onsite blood analyzers, and a fully stocked pharmacy. Dr. McGuire uses his more than 15 years to oversee the tightly knit team of veterinary assistants and animal lovers who help him attend to dogs, cats, rabbits, and small exotic pets. The clinic offers routine animal care including checkups and dentistry, as well as surgery and preventative care—including vaccinations to protect against parasites, rabies, and ticks disguised as squeaky toys. To keep owners and pets together, the staff also performs microchipping services that can help locate pets should they go missing. Those in need of kennel services can let Fido run free in the grassy greenery of the clinic's outdoor play area and retreat at night to the indoor boarding kennel.
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Located in the Riverfront area of Wilmington, Delaware Humane Association (DHA) has operated as a nonprofit no kill animal care and adoption center for nearly 60 years. DHA is committed to providing for the needs of homeless and owned dogs and cats in our community by offering temporary shelter, affordable spay and neuter surgery, low cost vaccination and microchipping clinics, humane education programs, and adoption/placement services to a four state area.
The veterinarians and veterinary techs at Texas Coalition for Animal Protection are local pets’ allies, dedicated to providing low-cost preventative veterinary care to pets in North Texas. With services that cover neutering, spaying, dental hygiene, and vaccinations, they promote fur-covered family members’ good health and wellbeing. TCAP’s compassionate veterinary team makes it easy to keep pets healthy by providing affordable, preventative care in multiple locations through Dallas-Fort Worth.
From food to cages to leashes, pet owners will love the large selection of products at Abrams Road Cat and Small Dog Veterinary Practice in Dallas.
Abrams Road Cat and Small Dog Veterinary Practice has everything you need to make sure your little guy or gal is snug and safe in its own home, such as pet apparel and pet toys.
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At Pet Vet Animal Hospital, Dr. Lonnie D. Moore cares for his furry patients with a wealth of certifications and experiences, such as a doctorate of veterinary medicine from Oklahoma State University and 39 years of professional practice at his neighborhood vet clinic. A devoted family man and a pet owner himself, Dr. Moore tends to his patients with a caring hand, treating dogs and cats to necessary checkups, shots, and operations to ensure long-term health. He also performs microchip insertions that negate the need to tie nametags to dogs' necks or teach cats to meow their addresses. The doctor heals injured pooches and guards against common pet ailments, and resident pet groomer LaDina Raley primps, preens, and cleans four-legged friends with 24 years of experience.