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We treat your pets the same way we treat our own!
We sit on the floor with them :)
Visit us at Tri-County Small Animal Hospital this month for all your pet’s flea and tick prevention needs and save 10% off all products.
Fleas and ticks are probably the most common external parasite of dogs and cats worldwide. In addition to just being a nuisance, fleas are responsible for flea allergy dermatitis in dogs and cats, which is estimated to account for over 50 percent of all the dermatological cases reported to veterinarians. Ticks transmit a large number of diseases including Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, ehrlichiosis, tularemia, and tick paralysis. Fleas also carry and transmit disease such as typhus, plague, “cat scratch disease,” and serve as an intermediate host for tapeworms.
Parasites can infect your pet ANY TIME of year. While external parasites, such as fleas and ticks, may be less of a problem during certain times of the year, depending on where you live, internal parasites (worms) can be present year-round. That’s why it’s important to consult with your veterinarian to implement a year-round parasite control program.
Due to the large number of internal and external parasites and the high risk of pet infection, controlling parasites year-round is the most reliable way to ensure the highest level of health for your pet and well-being of your family. Year-round prevention is the most effective way to control cat and dog parasites and the diseases they can carry. People think their pets are safe during the colder months, but pets are susceptible to flea and tick infections at all times of the year. And regardless of the weather, many of these pests can even survive in your home – in carpeting, on furniture and in the bedroom. (CAPC. (2016). Pets and Parasites, http://www.petsandparasites.org/resources/fleas-ticks-your-pet)
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March Promo:10% Off Flea and Tick Products
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When it comes to the proper care of your pet, Tri-County Small Animal Hospital in Oliver Springs can help you. Dr. Linda Osborne and staff have patients from all over the community that rely on them for all of their pet's needs from routine shots to surgical treatment. See more services.
Located just north of Oak Ridge Hwy on E. Tri-County Boulevard, we are conveniently located to communities in Oak Ridge, Oliver Springs, Coalfield, Wartburg, Clinton, and Harriman. We have many patients even come to us from Knoxville.
Tri-County Small Animal Hospital
1054 East Tri-County Blvd.
Oliver Springs, TN 37840
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Our primary objectives are:
1. Client education
2. Excellence in pet health care
3. Professional appearance
4. Honest, courteous, and enthusiastic work environment