Hickory Welcomes Trupanion Express Pay to Services!

Pet health insurance has been around for over 20 years.  Back then, few people had it and the whole concept seemed bothersome to deal with as well as kind of silly.  A lot has changed since then from options in heartworm prevention and vaccines to dietary foods and flea prevention.  Advances in the medical world for animals have made great progress. The cost for this…

Dental Health Month

February is National Pet Dental Health Month February is National Pet Dental Health Month and the perfect time to investigate the true culprit behind your dog or cat’s unpleasant smelling breath.  It’s true that “doggy breath” is never going to smell like mint or roses, but a truly offensive odor is cause for concern.  Clients frequently mention foul smelling breath at their pet’s annual exam…

Stuff Your Turkeys, Not Your Dogs & Cats

Thursday is Thanksgiving and as tempting as it may be to stuff your pets full of Thanksgiving goodies like we stuff ourselves, we advise hold the gravy, the fat/drippings, the skin, the bones and the butter-laden mashed potatoes and veggies from your dogs and cats bowls. A small amount of turkey meat trimmed of fat and skin and some unseasoned and un-buttered veggies are ok,…

Bark in the Park

We loved seeing everyone at Chesapeake Bark In The Park last Sunday! We featured several live acupuncture demos by Dr. Jerry Redding at our booth and held a fun raffle for a wonderful pet themed gift basket. Thanks to everyone who came out to see us! Check out our gallery below:  

Testimonial – Ronnie & Bobbie

Our 5 year old female boxer, Retta, has been a patient of Dr. Klemm’s from the first day we were lucky enough to get her, approximately 4 1/2 years ago. She has become another family member. Dr. Klemm was recommended to us by Mrs. Jan Dwyer of the Animal Assistance League, Chesapeake, because of his sincere caring, devotion, and professional expertise with his animals. Dr.…