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DON’T MISS OUR JUNE SPECIAL — A Fit Pet Is a Healthy Pet!

June 7, 2016

Is your four-legged family member getting a little round in the middle?

There’s nothing cuter than a chubby pet, but in reality, those extra pounds could be a problem.

If your furry friend is carrying a bit too much weight, you’re not alone. In fact, an estimated  52% of dogs and 57% of cats are either overweight or obese . This can lead to a number of serious health problems, including arthritis, high blood pressure and heart disease.

The good news is there’s something you can do about it! Small Animal Medicine & Surgery would like to extend to you the following limited-time-only offers:

Make an appointment to receive a  Free Body Condition Score and Fitness Check and receive 10% off one of the following:

Call  (704) 636-6613  or stop in today to get started!

There’s no question, you adore your pet and want to see that special little guy or gal enjoy many happy, healthy years by your side. Keeping up with his or her weight management is an integral part of achieving that goal.

Pets that maintain a healthier weight:

Most importantly, your pet cannot manage his or her weight without your help. If you’ve noticed your furry family member packing on a few too many pounds,  the time to turn things around is now .

Why not save a little money at the same time by taking advantage of our  discounted nutritional services  for the entire month of June? Let us help you get your pet back on track to a healthy, fit lifestyle once again.

But hurry – because this offer will be over before you know it .
Call  (704) 636-6613  or stop in today to get started!

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