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Springtime in Ohio: Tick Talk

Ticks are a rather unpleasant topic but an important one nonetheless. It’s May in Ohio and the ticks are out there. The truth is they never went away. Some tick species can be active year round in Ohio but they are most commonly encountered in spring through mid-summer and again in the fall. Tickborne diseases [...]

COVID-19 and Animals

At this time, there is no evidence that animals play a significant role in spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. Based on the limited data available, the risk of animals spreading COVID-19 to people is considered to be low. Further studies are needed to understand if and how different animals could be affected by the [...]

3 Important Things to Do For Your Pet Right Now

Now is the perfect time to make sure your best friend is protected from the dangers of fleas, ticks and especially potentially life-threatening heartworms that mosquitos can carry. Call today and ask us about the safe, convenient injection that provides 6 or 12 months of protection from heartworm disease for your dog and peace of [...]

Allpets Procedure Updates

Does your pet need Veterinary Care? Veterinary care and healthcare services provided to animals are essential under the ODH Director’s Stay at Home Order. Allpets at Pickerington remains open and available to help. In order to ensure the health and safety of our staff and clients we have made some procedural changes at our hospital [...]

Sanos Dental Sealant Lasts Up To 6 Months

We have a fantastic dental sealant called Sanos that is applied to pets’ teeth after the teeth are professionally cleaned and polished. The sealant is like a liquid bandage and is “painted” under the gum-line to protect that area from the accumulation of nasty plaque and bacteria. It lasts up to 6 months and can [...]

Our Boarders Have 4 Potty Breaks A Day

Did you know? Dogs who board with us are taken outside four times daily for exercise and bathroom breaks. This keeps them happy and comfortable plus it reinforces their housetraining schedules. Puppies in training go out even more frequently.

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