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Whether you have a dog that chases cars, jumps up to greet people, or chews on inappropriate objects, pet training consultant Mikkel Becker has dog training videos to help.

Choose from over 20 dog training videos to address your pet’s concerns on Mikkel Becker’s YouTube channel.

According to Dr. Donald Miele, a Norfolk veterinarian, dogs feel more secure when they know their boundaries and what is expected of them (just like children!) Working breed and sporting breed dogs, especially, build confidence through mastering tasks and skills, but any dog can be trained. A confident dog is a happy dog. Help your pet fit in with the family through basic dog training techniques. 

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WELCOME:

  • Sebastian
  • Oliver
  • Red
  • Ghost
  • Rusty
  • JR
  • Abby
  • Elliot

FAREWELL:

  • Buster
  • Angel

 

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Spring Break is over — we’re back up and running, like the dog in this picture.

Contact Us to schedule your pet’s appointment today!

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Hello! If you’re familiar with my normal posting schedule, you know that I normally post to Facebook on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and save Tuesday & Thursday for blog posts. Today, I’m switching it up a bit, because, despite being a megacompany worth over $200 billion, Facebook is a mis-managed disaster today. I say that because I’ve spent the past hour attempting to post two items to our business page, and Facebook’s “Publish” button refuses to cooperate!

 

So I now present the Monday “Facebook” posts:

It’s a tie for Sweethearts of the Day:
best buddies Bella and Bentley E.
Lookin’ good, too!

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It’s tough to spot the signs of heartworm disease!
Left untreated, heartworm disease
is dangerous for a pet!
Let’s do a simple heartworm test
during your pet’s yearly checkup.
Schedule your pet’s annual exam today
to keep them healthy!
Call us at 757-583-2619.

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Little Creek Veterinary Clinic has survived the first local blizzard of 2017, which dumped over 11 inches of powdery snow into our parking lot.

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Snow at the bottom of our porch steps was piled nearly a foot deep.

(It’s not just hurricanes and tropical storms —
other weather events get names, too.
Learn about winter storm names here.)

We dug out from under much of the snow, and let the sun do the rest of the work of clearing our lot. Meanwhile, Dr. Miele was snowbound at home, so the clinic remained closed until today.

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We are back up and running and more warm days are ahead, so if your pet is due for its annual vaccination boosters, this is the perfect time to Contact Us about scheduling an appointment.

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TO ALL OF OUR CLIENTS, FAMILY, AND FRIENDS:
celebrate

HERE’S A TOAST TO GOOD HEALTH, PROSPERITY,
AND PEACE IN THE NEW YEAR!

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