Do you have plans for trick-or-treating this month? Parties? Visiting kiddos in creative costumes? As Halloween activities can often stretch through much of October, our Lancaster Veterinary Clinic veterinary staff provides these tips to help keep this fun and spooky holiday safe for furry family members, too! You can help your pet enjoy the season by being mindful of “F.E.A.R.: food, environment, attire and recovery”
CAT CASTRATION CLINIC COMING UP OCTOBER 13
This year’s annual Cat Castration Clinic will be held from 7-noon on Saturday October 13, the Saturday after the Harvest Fest parade. Last year, we castrated over 300 cats! Let’s see if we can do that many again.
On October 13th, we will anesthetize and castrate for free any male cat brought to the clinic. We will not be doing female cats or male dogs or declawing. Vaccinations, flea treatments and deworming will be available at regular prices.
We hear about food safety for ourselves on a regular basis. Cook this food to this temperature, throw away that food after a certain period of time and so on. But what about our pet's food? September is National Food Safety Education Month, and Lancaster Veterinary Clinic has several suggestions to keep in mind as you prepare your furry friend's daily meals.