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608 West Champaign Rantoul, IL 61866
(217) 893-0313
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Acre Hill (#6)

Hello Everyone!

It’s finally starting to get nice outside, the flowers are blooming, the trees have leaves, and allergy season is just around the corner!  That means it’s that time of the year to make sure all of your pets are taking their heartworm, flea, and tick preventatives.  If your canines haven’t been on a heartworm preventative over the winter, it is important to bring them in to have a Snap Test done, to check for heartworm, that way they can start taking their heartworm preventatives again.  For our feline friends, we have an injectable flea preventative which is good for six months, which works very well and you don’t have to worry about putting topical treatments on your cats every month.

I was reading in one of the veterinary magazines not that long ago about how on Apple and Android devices, you can bookmark websites and it will make an app on your home screen so that you can just click a button and go straight to our website.  I tried it out on my iPad and I thought it was really cool because it just looks like a regular application that you would download from the app store.  I’ve added some pictures on how to set that up, but if anyone would like to have that set up on the phone or tablet and needs some assistance, I’d be glad to help.

Start by going to our website: acrehillvet.com

Our Pet of the Month for May is……Ty! Ty is an 8 year old black Labrador, who we swear stopped aging after she turned two.  Looking at her, you’d never be able to guess she’s a senior pet.  Ty has an older sister named BayLee, who isn’t in quite as perfect health as Ty, but you’d also be surprised to find out that she is 9 years old.

To Read More About Ty: https://acrehillvet.com/pet-of-the-month/pet-of-the-month1.html

Add us on Facebook by clicking on the Facebook link on our website.

To tell us why you think your pet should be Pet of the Month, email me at [email protected]

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