and Happy Holidays
Companion Animal Care
Whole Life Care for your pet's Body & Mind
Our website is for our clients, past, present and future. Please explore using the tab column on the left side of the screen. Be sure to take our clinic tour, meet our staff, review a current medical case and take our Behavior Survey. We welcome your feedback. Please contact us if you would like further information or to make an appointment, 920/921-5199 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adopt A Client
The holiday season can be a difficult time of year to those who are in need. The demands of the season when coupled with financial stress can be overwhelming.
In the spirit of the season, Companion Animal Care has decided to adopt one such client.
Our chosen client is a young student who lost both her parents in the past several years. She has two feline companions that have supported her emotionally through these tragic events. Although she does her best to keep up with their medical needs, we realize this can be a struggle.
To help her relax and celebrate the holiday season the Companion Animal Care team will be contributing private donations of food, litter, and medical services. Dr. Sosalla will then generously match the combined value in veterinary services. We invite anyone who would also like contribute to this wonderful cause to contact us at 920-921-5199 or by email email@example.com. Cash, gift certificate, or product donations* will be accepted. These will be used for necessary veterinary services- exams, vaccinations, or surgery.
Dr. Sosalla and Healthcare Team
*Donations are not tax deductible.
Open to all puppies 8 - 16 weeks of age
Saturday morning from 8:00am - 8:45am
Cost is $10.00/session
Reservations necessary with documentation of;
DHPP (Distemper) & Bordetella vaccines, Rabies vaccine if 12 weeks or older & a negative fecal.
Come play with us and let your puppy just be a puppy.
920/921-5199, Make your reservations today.
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