Veterinary Clinic Fayetteville, NC

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Monday - 8am to 5:30pm
Tuesday - 8am to 5:30pm
Wednesday - 8am to 7pm
Thursday - 8am to 5:30pm
Friday - 8am to 5:30pm
1st & 3rd Saturday - 9am to noon

 

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Fayetteville, NC 28314

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A few treats for the dog days of living brought to you by Cliiffdale Animal Hospital Fayetteville NC.

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6416 Brookstone Lane, Fayetteville, NC 28314

6 Reasons to Adopt a Cat Right Now

6 Reasons to Adopt a Cat Right Now

You may have heard that dogs are a man’s best friend but we think cats come just as close. These furry little creatures are incredibly loyal, albeit not as reliant on the human company as dogs. They make for the perfect addition to your family because of their soothing, quiet presence in your home. They’ll care for you just as much as any other pet but demand a lot less in return.

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Food Safety for Pets During Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving and Christmas can be stressful times for you and your pets.  Here are several things that may keep these holidays under control, as well as lists for safe and unsafe foods for your pets.  Set rules for your pets and guests.  Don't allow your pets to jump up on guests and make sure your guests know what and when your pet can have treats.  Find the time to exercise your dog.  This will help calm its anxiety and rambunctious behavior with guests.  Avoid feeding your pets human foods that are salty, sweet or fatty to avoid a trip to Animal Urgent Care because of vomiting, diarrhea or the ingestion of bones.

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Summer Dangers for Your Pets


Overheating
Never leave your pet unattended in a car, even with the windows down. Temperatures can rise over 140 degrees in a few minutes resulting in serious problems or death. Some places have severe penalties for leaving pets in cars and if your pet is locked in an unattended car, rescuers are allowed to break windows to get to your pet.

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