The staff at Little River Veterinary Clinic hopes that everyone had a great Thanksgiving and during this holiday season they encourage pet owners to keep their pets on their regular diet and not feed them all the holiday food that’s around the house. Rich fatty foods can cause pancreatitis which may become life threatening. Foods that can be toxic to pets are chocolate, onions, grapes, garlic, macadamia nuts, raisins, yeast dough and sugar free items.
Little River Veterinary Clinic is a full service animal hospital which takes large and small animals. With over twenty seven years of combine experience, Dr. JoAnna Freeman and Dr. Todd Freeman value your animal’s health and well-being by treating each pet and/or livestock with quality care. And if you’re in need of a boarding facility over the holidays, Little River Vet Clinic is equipped with a brand new kennel.
Remember, it’s important to administer your pets’ heart worm and flea and tick prevention during the winter months too. These treatments will control the infestation all year round and will protect pets and families from the dangerous effects of fleas and ticks.
Little River Veterinary Clinic provides a full range of veterinary services including surgery, boarding, and emergency after hour calls, and they will take every step to insure that your pet and livestock receives the best possible care. They are located at 515 Glenwood Mill Road, across from Kentucky Machine and Engineering. The staff at Little River Vet Clinic welcomes your call for an appointment, at 522-4445. Business hours are 8:00 AM till 5:00 PM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday and 8:00 AM till noon on Wednesdays and Saturdays.