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THE IMPORTANCE OF HEARTWORM PREVENTION
Has your pet had their annual heartworm test? Through ONE mosquito bite, worms infect an animal, travel through the bloodstream, and take root deep inside the pulmonary arteries, heart, and lungs. Grass Lake Animal Hospital had 6 heartworm positive cases in 2015, so prevention is as important as ever! There is good news, though! Heartworm medication is safe, inexpensive, and easy to give- especially compared to the financial and emotional cost of going through treatment or losing your pet to heartworm disease. Keep your pet safe and healthy by being on heartworm prevention year round.
At Grass Lake Animal Hospital we are committed to providing quality care at every stage of your pet's life. From routine preventive care and boarding for your pets to early detection and treatment of a wide range of conditions, diseases, dental and surgical care, we have the expertise to provide the care your pet needs at every stage of life. We'd love to give you a tour of our facility, to better acquaint you with how we will take care of you and your pet.
Grass Lake is a small community on the east edge of Jackson County, off of I-94 (Mt. Hope Rd. exit 150). We are a short, scenic drive from many locations, including Chelsea and Manchester in Washtenaw County, Stockbridge in Ingham County and the city of Jackson and its surrounding communities. We are easy to find, traffic is minimal, and parking is abundant!
Please take a look at our website to learn more about our animal hospital and the services we provide for companion animals in Grass Lake, Jackson, Manchester, Chelsea, Stockbridge and the surrounding areas. Our Answers to Your Questions page links you to a trustworthy online source for all your pet care questions. Please call our office today at (517)522-6789 for all your pet health care needs, or contact us through our website if you prefer.
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