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Christmas Gift Ideas for Pets from a Veterinarian in Richmond

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With Christmas time coming up fast, you've most likely been very busy making your list and checking it twice. If you're having a hard time deciding on the right present for your pet, we can help. The veterinarians here at Embrace Veterinary Care want your dog or cat to stay safe this holiday season. That is why we decided to talk about some excellent — though untraditional — gift suggestions for cats and dogs. Remember that, as a veterinarian in Richmond, we’re also here to lend a helping paw if they need medical attention this holiday season. Keep reading to find some great last-minute gift ideas for your precious pet. 

Have Them Microchipped

Each year, about 10 million dogs and cats go missing in the US. That’s a pretty scary statistic! If your beloved pet ever becomes one of the million lost animals, you will be more likely to see them again if they are microchipped by a veterinarian. Having an animal microchipped is quick and easy, and doing so provides your feline friend or canine companion with identification that lasts their entire life. 

Stuff Their Stocking with Parasite Preventives

Fleas and ticks aren’t just gross and annoying. These nasty buggers are harmful to pets' health, too, and can even cause illness in humans. If your fur baby isn't on a parasite preventive, Christmas is the perfect time to give them the gift of improved health and less itchy skin! When you buy parasite preventives from us, you never need to stress about effectiveness or safety. 

Give the Gift of Health with a Wellness Exam

We get it. Visiting a veterinarian's office for a physical exam most likely is not your cat or dog's favorite activity. But whether they like it or not, bringing them in for routine care is the key to maintaining their health and happiness. Scheduling a wellness exam for your pet is a loving gift and a healthy way to end the year.

This holiday season, give your pet the gift of good health. To make your pet's appointment, contact us today.

 

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