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Sentinel Spectrum now available by special order
nvsentinelspectrum (250x250)Looking to upgrade your dog’s heartworm preventative?
Ask us about Sentinel Spectrum – the once-a-month chewable that protects against heartworms, whipworms, hookworms, roundworms, and tapeworms, while preventing a flea takeover of your house.

If your dog is a current patient at Little Creek Veterinary Clinic and is up-to-date on its heartworm blood test and preventative medicine*, making the switch is easy: just call us and tell us you’d like to order Sentinel Spectrum.
*Some pets may need a check-up and heartworm blood test before beginning Sentinel Spectrum.

Did You Know?
Labrador Retrievers have been the most popular dog in the U.S. for 24 years, according to the American Kennel Club. The breed originated in Newfoundland, Canada, and has been recognized by the AKC since 1917. 

Events Around Town

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June 5,6,7,12,13,14th: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels: The Musical at the Little Theatre of Norfolk. Get your tickets today for this hilarious romp based on the 1988 movie starring Steve Martin and Michael Caine. Order online at ltnonline.org.

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Saturday, June 13th:  JazzBoy Memorial Dog Parade at Mt. Trashmore in Virginia Beach, to raise funds for TeenAIDS. Space is limited; $20 per dog. Parade begins at noon. Register online teenaids.org.

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Saturday, June 13th: The Catholic Arts Commission presents “Sister’s Summer School Catechism: God Never Takes A Vacation” to raise funds for local charities and Virginia Musical Theater. At Sandler Center in Virginia Beach, a one-night-only special performance. Tickets are $25 at CatholicArtsCommission.com.

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     If you’d like to get involved with an organization that helps people and animals, check out 4 Paws for Ability. 4PfA is on a mission to “enrich the lives of people with disabilities by the training and placement of service dogs to provide individuals with companionship and promote independent living.”

     4 Paws for Ability also works to educate people on accepting service dogs in public, while providing families for rescue and shelter dogs that are accepted for training.

     Who is helped by this program? Dogs may be trained to assist people living with hearing loss, autism, seizure disorders, fetal alcohol syndrome, mobility issues and more. In fact, 4 Paws for Ability helps so many people, you may know someone who qualifies for a service dog.

     Can they use your help? Yes! You can do anything from fostering a puppy to holding fundraisers to donating goods. Check the list and see how you can assist 4 Paws for Ability

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