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Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month- Household Products


Have you ever wondered if a particular household cleaning product or human medication is poisonous to your pets? The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) has provided the following guide for knowing which cleaning products, human medications and cosmetic items to keep out of your pet’s reach. Please remember that this guide is for general information only, […]



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Curbside Service


A message to our clients: The health of our clients, patients, staff and their families is very important to us. Our goal is to continue providing all services to our clients and patients during this time.  Due to COVID-19 we are temporarily implementing some new protocols recommended by the American Veterinary Medical Association.  In addition […]



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COVID-19


At Fry Road Animal Clinic the well-being of our patients, pet owners, and employees is always our top priority. We recognize that the public is very concerned about the novel COVID-19 pandemic and want to assure that we are taking necessary precautions to protect the people we come in contact with. We have increased our […]



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Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month- Rodenticides


A rodenticide is a chemical designed to kill mice, rats and other rodents as a pest control measure. Rodenticides work by disrupting or stopping normal bodily functions like clotting and maintaining fluid or mineral balance. These normal responses are similar in all mammals, so rodenticides can cause the same toxicities in other species, including dogs, […]



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Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month- Toxic Foods


Although a food may be safe and even healthy for you, the same is not always true for your pets and may even be toxic to them. Many foods we eat daily pose the risk for serious illness and even death in dogs and cats. Our pets are curious by nature and will almost always […]



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Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month- Toxic Houseplants


Ornamental plants bring beauty to the home and garden and are a common fixture in most landscaping. However, a number of these plants are very toxic to dogs and cats. The symptoms of intoxication can range from mild gastricOf the stomach. irritation to seizuresChanges in the brain’s electrical activity and death. In the case of ingestion of a toxic houseplant, […]



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Christmas Hours


Tuesday, December 24th- 7am-2pm. Wednesday, December 25th- Closed Thursday, December 26th- Closed Friday will be back to normal business hours. We would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas!



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Thanksgiving Hours


We will be closed Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th so we may spend the holiday with our family. We will be open regular hours on Saturday, November 30th.  Please make sure you are fully stocked in food and medication. We hope you have a wonderful holiday spent with family and friends!



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2019 Howl-ween Costume Contest Rules


2019 Howl-ween Costume Contest Rules Submit a photo of your furry friend in costume to fryroadac@sbcglobal.net or drop off a 4×6 photo by October 20rd Please include owner name, pet name, and phone numbers in email Costume contest is for Fry Road Animal Clinic clients only Photos will not be uploaded to our Facebook until […]



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