EVERYDAY Heartworm Special!
Our Heartworm Wednesday promotion is so popular, we’ve decided to expand it through the end of September! That means every day of the week, you can get: FREE Heartworm test for your pet when you purchase a 6-month supply of heartworm preventative! Plus an ADDITIONAL 10% off Interceptor Plus when…Read more
Beware the Lily— and Other Spring Dangers!
They’re beautiful and a sure sign of spring—but lilies can be deadly to cats, and they’re not the only spring dangers you should be aware of if you have companion animals: Grow your garden with care. Fertilizers, insecticides and herbicides can have ingredients that can make your pet very sick…Read more
Is Your Pet Itching For Relief?
May is National Allergy and Asthma Awareness Month, and while you may already be perfectly aware of your own allergies, don’t forget that your pet can have similar struggles with grass, dust, and other environmental allergens when spring hits. Signs of allergies in pets may include: CoughingWheezingSneezingRunny noseWatery, itchy and/or…Read more
Make Fleas and Ticks Bite the Dust— Not Your Pet!
Know who else loves to be on the move when it starts to get warmer? Fleas and ticks! These little bloodsuckers are more than just annoying: fleas can transmit tapeworm, cause anemia, and trigger allergies, while ticks are well-known carriers of many diseases, including Lyme. Once they’re on your furry…Read more
A Professional Groomer has Arrived
Seagrove Animal Hospital has welcomed a new member to the team: Nick, our professional groomer! Any breed is more than welcome to come in and receive bathing or grooming services on an appointment-basis—just in time for all the fancy family holiday get-togethers too. We’re glad we can continue to provide…Read more
What to Know Before Ordering Pet Meds Online
Ordering your pet’s medications and prescription food online is so convenient, right? Click a few buttons, type in a little info and products are delivered to your door. At Seagrove Animal Hospital, we encourage you to purchase your pet’s prescriptions, heartworm, flea and tick preventatives, and prescription diets from our Vets…Read more
Save on a Wellness Plan for your Pet
Routine veterinary care is essential for keeping your pet in the healthiest form possible. It allows most medical issues that might come up to be prevented, or at least caught early enough for treatment. And doesn’t everyone want longer, happier lives for their pets? Our set wellness plans are an extension…Read more
Treating Skin Allergies in Pets
If your pet is always itching, licking their paws, chewing on their coat or scratching their ears, there’s a good chance they have skin allergies. Skin allergies are often caused by flea allergies, food allergies and environmental allergies—to alleviate your pet of this problem, you must first figure out the…Read more
Lyme Disease Awareness Month
Lyme disease is one of the most common tick-transmitted diseases in the world. While only 5–10 percent of affected dogs will have symptoms, when a canine does get Lyme disease, one of the most dominant clinical features is inflammation of the joints which causes lameness. Depression and lack of appetite…Read more