Our Receptionist position has been filled. Thank you to all of you that inquired about the position. We always accept applications even if we are not currently hiring. Applications are available on our forms page. Thanks again! Dr. Wicker
Notes from Dr. Wicker
We currently have an opening for a Veterinary Receptionist. There is a full time position available but we will also consider individuals interested in part time employment. We have a small staff of dedicated individuals working together to provide quality healthcare to pets. Our practice treats dogs and cats and has a special interest in strengthing the human-animal bond.
I just wanted to take a minute to thank those of you that have have chosen us to provide health care for your pets. It means a lot to us that you have partnered with us to try to keep your pets happy and healthy!
Just thought I'd post a short note tonight to ask a question. Are there any topics that you would like to see addressed here?
Hey all you social media fans. You can now follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Click on More below, then the Blue Facebook and Twitter title for the full story.
It is with great sadness that I let you know that Hope passed last night. Hope was rescued by us after being brought in by a sheriff's deputy who found her on the side of the road in July of 1999.
I wanted to take time to wish you and your family (including the furry members of your family) a safe and happy Holiday! We enjoy helping you keep your pets happy and healthy. We appreciate
Find out how to save 10% on your pet's Dental Healthcare this month.
Regular dental care is very important for the health of your pet. We perform examinations of your pet's teeth and gums whenever they have wellness physical exams or when you notice a problem at home. Signs of dental disease can include bad breath, bleeding gums or difficulty chewing.
"My pets seem fine, why should I take them to the Doctor?"
If we don't provide regular maintenance on our cars, it may lead to expensive repairs down the road, or we may end up being stranded unexpectedly. The same thing is true for our pets (and us too, but that's a topic for another time.) By providing regular preventive healthcare for your pets, you can help keep them healthy and happy, and help avoid expensive medical bills later on.
Pets and People - Healthy Together
National Pet Week is May 2-8, 2010. National Pet Week was founded in 1981 by the American Veterinary Medical Association and the A.V.M.A. Auxiliary. The purpose of Pet Week is to foster responsible pet ownership, recognize the importance of the human-animal bond, and increase public awareness of veterinary medicine.