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Attention concerned dog owners: As the weather warms up, fleas and ticks will be out in full force. And since dogs [and their owners] become more active outside in the warm weather, they will be more exposed to harmful pests.

At Little Creek Veterinary Clinic, we’re stocked up on 8-month Seresto flea & tick collars for dogs of all sizes –PLUS we’ll help you get a $15 manufacturer rebate!

Contact Us to reserve a Seresto flea & tick collar today!

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The Seresto Flea and Tick Collar rebate ends November 30th,

so be sure to get your pet’s next collar soon!

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The Seresto 8-month Flea and Tick collars continue to impress our clients with its ease of use and effectiveness against ectoparasites. In response, we are keeping a steady supply of the collars on hand.

Good news! We have also begun carrying the Seresto collars for cats. 

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The Seresto $15 rebate is coming to an end in two weeks,
on September 30th.
Be sure to stop in and grab a collar for your pet today!

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Is this rainy weather getting to your arthritic pet? Perhaps ol’ Sparky needs a little extra help re-building cartilage in his joints. Now is a great time to get your cat or dog started on Dasuquin.* 

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Dasuquin is a joint health supplement that uses avocado and soybean ingredients to unify the action of glucosamine and chondroitin, making them work better together for your pet.

Remember: the best time to start a joint supplement program is while cartilage still exists within the joint. All glucosamine/chondroitin supplements require a foundation of cartilage to build on.

Right now, you can receive a $4 rebate on 84 ct. Dasuquin for dogs or cats, when you purchase Dasuquin at our clinic. And each household can receive up to 12 rebates per year.

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Get your rebate now!

Need a little nudge? Dasuquin comes with a money-back guarantee, so you can try it out on your pickiest eater!

*Check with your pet’s doctor first. Glucosamine is not recommended for all pets.

 

 

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