22435 State Rte. 51, Genoa, OH 43430
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Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM
Sat: 8:00 AM- Noon
Sun: Closed

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22435 State Rte. 51
Genoa, OH 43430
Email: owensark@live.com

News and Information

Oravet Chews

5/3/2016

Oravet Chews

 

ORAVET CHEWS

 

We are proud to announce the addition of a new tool in the fight against oral disease. Oravet chews are a once a day chewable treat for dogs. They give a threefold benefit to your favorite canine buddy. When chewed, Oravet, will release an invisible barrier that adheres to the surface of the tooth that prevents plaque from attaching to the tooth. Plaque is the substance that builds-up to form tartar, the hard cement-like substance that you can see on your pets’ teeth. The chewing action helps to break up this build-up thereby lessening the infectious power. The last benefit Oravet offers is nice, fresh breath for 24 hours after chewing the treat.

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May is Responsible Animal Guardian Month

5/3/2016

To help foster a more respectful attitude towards animals and encourage people to honor their responsibilities towards them, In Defense of Animals (IDA) has declared May to be Responsible Animal Guardian Month. Having a respectful attitude towards our pets starts with not referring to ourselves as their owners. This word makes a pet our property while the word guardian means that we are responsible for their well-being for a lifetime.

Goals of the Guardian Campaign
IDA hopes to accomplish two major things during the month of May. First, the organization wants to encourage responsible and loving behavior from people who are already pet guardians. This means committing to caring for the pet's physical and social needs in addition to forming a deep bond with the animal. The following are just some of the ways you can be a responsible pet guardian:

• Invest time in training your pet and apply rules consistently
• Use positive reinforcement rather than punishment
• Ensure that your pet gets plenty of opportunities for socialization
• Make exercise part of his daily routine
• Feed her nutritious food and limit treats
• Spend one-on-one time with him each day
• Schedule regular wellness exams at Owen’s Ark Veterinary Clinic and bring her in if she displays new or worsening symptoms

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Being a Senior Isn't All Bad

4/4/2016

Being a Senior Isn’t All Bad

 

Time can be either for us or against us. Glass is half full or half empty. Experienced or amateurs. Our pets age and change the same way we do and we need to help them do it with grace.

As pets grow older their energy and nutrient requirement change. They don’t require the high energy foods of a puppy or the nutrient value of adult formulas. Their metabolism slows and their nutrient requirements vary to help ease the work load of certain organ systems. Once cats are 10 years of age they are better served a senior type of dry and canned food. For dogs that change varies depending on their size. For small breed dogs it occurs at 10 years, medium breed dogs at 9 years, large breed dogs at 8 years, and giant breed dogs at 7 years.

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Our Hours

Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM
Sat: 8:00 AM- Noon
Sun: Closed

22435 State Rte. 51
Genoa, OH 43430
Phone: 419-855-3036