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$20 OFF SUMMER VACCINES & PREVENTATIVES

PROTECT YOUR PET AND SAVE!

Traveling with your pet this summer – or boarding them while you’re away? Protect your pet from parasites and illnesses by ensuring they’re up-to-date on their vaccines and preventative care.

From July 15th-September 30th, save $20 when you bring your pet in for their annual Lyme or Bordetella vaccine and purchase a 6-month supply of Simparica Trio. Book online or call us today to schedule your pet’s appointment!

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We Honor Our Veterans and Active Military

Sutton Road Animal Hospital is the vet’s vet. We realize and appreciate the sacrifices that are made on our behalf by our military, and we honor all of our veterans and current military personnel by extending special pricing on veterinary services.

We Honor Seniors

Out of respect for our senior clients (65 or older), we offer a 15% discount on veterinary services every Wednesday.

Dental Health

Dental disease affects nearly 80% of all pets by the age of three. Regular dental care helps prevent periodontal disease which can lead to infections of major organ systems (kidney disease, liver disease, heart disease). In an effort to encourage regular dental care, we extend special pricing on dental cleanings all year round.

This dental program includes: Pre-Surgical Exam, General Anesthesia, Dental X-Rays, Teeth Cleaning, Scaling, Polishing, and Nail Trim

Senior Pet Wellness

Thanks to advances in veterinary medicine, pets are living longer than ever before. However, with this increased lifespan comes an increase in the types of ailments that can afflict your senior pets. Early detection and treatment of these diseases can help your pets live longer, and maintain a higher quality of life.

As an incentive to encourage senior wellness, we provide a diagnostic package for senior pets at a reduced price.

This special includes: A Wellness Exam, Comprehensive Blood Panel, Thyroid Screen, and Urinalysis (can also be added at reduced price)

Please do not hesitate to alert your veterinarian to any signs of health problems in your elderly pets as they might occur, including: Decreased Activity, Coughing or Wheezing, Head shaking or scratching at the ear, Indications of hearing or vision loss, Inflamed gums or bad breath, Vomiting or Diarrhea, Changes in water consumption and urination, Incontinence, Weight gain or loss