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1st- Call your local Animal Control or Shelter to file a report.
2nd- If your pet has a microchip, contact the company the chip is registered with.
3rd-Call your Veterinary clinic, they can help spread the word. And they have your pet's rabies tag and microchip number on file if someone finds your pet.
4th- Social Media: TVC has a Facebook page and there are several pages around that can help spread the word. Email us if you need help firstname.lastname@example.org.
5th- Make flyers and posters to distribute.
6th-Find a company who can all your neighbors for help spread the word. One we suggest is www.findtoto.com
TVCcan Microchip your pet.It takes a few minutes.
If your pet just ate something they should not have, call your veterinarian and/or the ASPCA Pet Poison Control Center. The cost is $65.00 per case.
It's the same price if you callOR if your Veterinarian calls.
If your pet'smicrochip is registered with HomeAgainthecall is free. Have the microchip number handy when you call.
We are open for appointments during normal business hours.
Doctors arrive at 9 am.
The clinic will be CLOSED on New Year's Day, 4th of July, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
We close early on both Christmas and New Year's Eve this year.
We are an AAHA accredited Hospital
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