We Did It….AGAIN!!!

Dr. Andrea Stickland and Animal Medical Center of Chandler have been chosen as the 2016 East Valley Tribune Best Veterinarian in Chandler for the third year in a row! We are extremely honored and would like to thank all of our amazing clients! Thank you!!! Check it out here: https://issuu.com/timespub/docs/best_of_chandler_-_2016/23?e=8633901/30000297
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Feeding Your Older Cat

Cats: They’re notoriously mysterious. They hide their illnesses well, often rule the home, and only want affection when they’re in the mood for it. Some cat breeds have average lifespans of nearly 20 years, while others might only live for 10. Most cats will begin to show visible age-related changes between 7 and 12 years of age. There are metabolic, immunologic, and body composition changes, too. While some age-related changes are unavoidable, some can be managed with diet. It’s beneficial to start your cat on a senior diet at about 7 years old. Why? Foods specifically designed for senior cats
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Pet Food Drive

Benefiting: Animals in Disaster – Empty Bowl Pet Food Pantry 501c Help us reach our goal of providing 1,000 pounds of food to pets in need! Who: Animal Medical Center of Chandler is a family owned, two doctor practice, located in southern Chandler. The Animals in Disaster, Empty Bowl Pet Food Pantry’s mission is to build community and provide emergency disaster services, pet food pantries, education and healthcare services in Arizona. What: We are collecting dry and canned dog and cat food, quart or gallon zip lock bags, leashes, collars or harnesses, grooming products, litter pans, litter, crates and blankets.
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Tips for a Safe Memorial Day Trip with your Pet

Are you one of the millions of people who will hit the road over the long Memorial Day weekend? The American Red Cross wants everyone to have a safe trip and has some travel safety steps everyone can follow to help them enjoy their trip. DRIVE SAFELY With more people on the roads, it’s important to drive safely. Be well rested and alert, use your seat belts, observe speed limits and follow the rules of the road. If you plan on drinking alcohol, designate a driver who won’t drink. Other tips for a safe trip include: Give your full attention to
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April Specials!

April is National Heartworm Awareness Month! Why give heartworm prevention in Arizona? There are different climates in Arizona, including micro-climates such as irrigated fields, backyard ponds, and man-made golf courses, which affect the severity and duration of the mosquito season. The American Heartworm Society recommends year-round prevention for canines and felines. During the month of April celebrate heartworm awareness month with these specials savings! SAVE $15.00 WHEN YOU PURCHASE A 12 MONTH SUPPLY OF HEARTGARD AND HAVE YOUR DOG’S HEARTWORM TEST COMPLETED. YOU WILL ALSO RECEIVE A $12.00 HEARTGARD REBATE BY MAIL.   SAVE $10.00 AND GET 3 FREE DOSES
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