Posts Tagged ‘Easter’

Little Creek Veterinary Clinic is closed
from noon on Friday, April 19th
through Sunday, April 21st.

We will return to the office
on Monday, April 22nd.

Emergencies can be handled
by BluePearl in Virginia Beach,
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Call BluePearl at 757-499-5463.

 

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New Spring booklets in our reception area, to amuse you while you wait:
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(Warning: Read the Chicken Soup books
only if you don’t mind crying in public!)

A fun, fast read to keep the kids happy.

A fun, fast read to keep the kids happy.

 

Two great family events in Norfolk this Saturday! Take your pick:

Our mascot and "ambassador of fun" Splash! The Sea Dog joined our team one year ago, and we're having a birthday "paw-ty" to celebrate! Join us (along with some of Splash's mascot pals) at Noon on Saturday, March 28 for some refreshments, face painting and entertainment. 1 kid will be admitted free per paying adult until Noon. No other discounts apply.

Nauticus’s mascot and “ambassador of fun” Splash! The Sea Dog joined the team one year ago, and they’re having a birthday “paw-ty” to celebrate! Join them (along with some of Splash’s mascot pals) at Noon on Saturday, March 28 for some refreshments, face painting and entertainment.
1 kid will be admitted free per paying adult until Noon. No other discounts apply.

www.nauticus.org

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Mark your calendars for Neighborhoods United,
on Saturday, March 28th, from 10 AM to 1 PM
at the 2nd Patrol Division on Military Highway.

Bring the kids out for sports, food, an Easter Egg hunt, and more!

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Tonight is the first night of the Easter Triduum:  Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday, which bring Lent to an end and begin the Easter Season.

Since I won’t be posting on Sunday, allow me this opportunity to wish you all a very Happy Easter.

 

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As for the pet-related content, remember that chocolate (especially dark chocolate, unsweetened chocolate and unsweetened cocoa powder) and candies containing the artificial sweetener Xylitol are especially toxic to pets.

We have a Chocolate Toxicity Wheel provided by the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, which assists the veterinarian in determining the relative risk of chocolate ingestion in dogs. But let’s be honest: it’s better if we never have to use it! Keep those Easter treats of out your pet’s reach.

 

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