SEPTEMBER IS DENTAL MONTH! Schedule your dental appointment for the month of September and receive a $50.00 credit on your account! Call our office at 466-4614.
Come and join us on August 29th at Lakeview Park as we sponsor and support Nampa's largest dog festival! Make sure to stop by and visit with us at our booth and enter to win a gift basket. We look forward to seeing you there! Visit: http://www.nampaparksandrecreation.org/RecCenter/index.aspx for more information.
We would like to take a moment to extend a warm welcome to Dr. Samantha Cavender. Dr. Cavender will be joining our team mid May and we are very excited to have her! Stay tuned for more info and Dr Cavender's bio! Or better yet, stop on by mid May and welcome... read more →
Flea’s thrive in warm, moist environments and climates. (spring and fall) Flea’s have four main stages in their life cycle ADULT: female flea’s can lay up to 50 eggs per day 500-600 eggs over a several month period. EGG: Which can rest in carpet, bedding, floorboards and soil. This egg... read more →
It's February once again, what does that mean? That's right, it's dental month! For the months of February and March we will be offering some great incentives to encourage you to take part in important preventative care for your pets! One of those incentives includes a 15% discount on any... read more →
Don't turn your nose to Fido's or Fluffy's bad breath! That odor might signify a serious health risk, with the potential to damage not only your pet's teeth and gums but its internal organs as well. To address the significance of oral health care for your pets Idaho Veterinary Hospital... read more →
Your pets' dental health is important not only for long-term comfort of the mouth. Dental disease can also affect other areas of the body as well. Heart disease has long been linked to poor dental health in pets. This occurs because when a pets teeth become severely diseased, every time... read more →
What is heartworm disease? Heartworms are a deadly parasitic blood disease spread by mosquitoes. It is a relatively new phenomenon in Southeast Idaho. The mosquito is the only known vector for transmitting heartworm. While the incidence is low, the number of positive dogs reported increases in our state every year.... read more →