On the 6th Day of Christmas for Pets

On the 6th Day of Christmas my servant gave to me…

6 pheromone diffusers!

5 hands free leashes,

4 Glow in the dark LED collars,

3 Da Bird Cat Toys,

2 chuck-its

and a puzzle bowl under the tree.

What was that you say?  A pheromone is something that pets use to mark their territory, and it is something we can add to their environment to decrease stress and anxiety.  Feliway has two pheromone diffusers for cats and Adaptil is the one for dogs.  We have these plugged into every exam room and our boarding and recovery areas for pets.  In addition, when you walk in to our clinic with your dog we will spray a bandana with Adaptil and place it around their neck to help reduce tension.  For cats we spray Feliway on a blanket and cover their carrier with it.

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Bella is cuddling with an Adaptil sprayed blanket.

At home, pheromones can reduce stress in multi cat households and help treat anxiety of all kinds in both dogs and cats.

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A Feliway Diffuser

 

THE CONTEST

We are so excited to share with you our 12 days of Christmas Pet Style!! We love our pets and we know that you do to, so we want to share some of our favorite items with you.

In addition we are giving away one of every item that we mentioned in our blog, all you have to do to have a chance to win is:

  1. Send us an email at petcare@oakviewvet.net with your contact information
  2. Follow our blog
  3. Be able to pick up your prize at Oakview Veterinary Medical Center in Plover, WI within 1 week of being notified that you have won
  4. Employees of Oakview cannot enter.

You may be a lucky winner of a special gift for your beloved furry friend. By submitting an entry to our email you are agreeing to let us use your name to announce the winner.

These prizes are not exchangeable for monetary value. There is only one winner per day for a single item and once you win you are not eligible for the remaining days of give aways.

Dr. Curtis received her undergraduate degree at UWSP and her doctorate of veterinary medicine at Purdue University. She has been in practice for over 10 years. Her knowledge, attention to detail, and compassion are integral to our practice here at Oakview.

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