The Journey to Total Pet Health

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Grand Opening Celebration

We here at Total Veterinary Care® are excited to announce the Grand Opening of our Kennesaw, GA location and we’re inviting everyone to celebrate with us from 10am-12pm on Saturday, June 22. At this event, you can attend staff-led tours of the hospital to check out our new, top of the line equipment and learn how we plan to maintain the well-being of your pets. While you’re here, pick up a free microchipping voucher and have the sign-up fees waived for our Total Care Wellness Plans®. Food and refreshments will be provided by Chick-Fil-A and Publix Supermarket.

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Pet First Aid Every Owner Needs to Know

Your veterinarian should always be your primary source for any issues related to your pet’s health and well-being. However, there will be times during your pet parenthood where you may have to step in to save your pet’s life. Here, you will find some basic first-aid procedures that every pet parent should know.

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Featured Employee of the Month: Veronica Pence!

At Total Veterinary Care®, we seek to fill our hospital teams with individuals who will uphold our core values of trustworthiness, professionalism, and quality care for the animals of our community. We think our team members are pretty amazing people, and we believe you will too when you hear their stories! We’ll be featuring a different employee every month on our blog to share with you about the amazing people we have caring for your furry companions.

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Heartworm Disease Prevention

It is a common opinion among most individuals that the worst part of summer is the prevalence of mosquitoes—they’re annoying, they make you itch, they ruin camping trips and long nights under the stars. What is perhaps less commonly known, however, is that mosquito season can pose a serious threat to your cats and dogs. Mosquitoes are the most common urban carriers of heartworm larvae, which can develop into foot-long parasitic worms and live in the hearts, lungs, and blood vessels of affected pets. Heartworms have been known to cause severe lung disease, heart failure, and organ damage in hosts such as dogs, cats, and ferrets, and if left untreated, have taken the lives of many pets across America

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Protecting Your Pets from Fleas and Ticks

Protecting Your Pets from Fleas and Ticks The summer months bring temperate weather, longer days, and many opportunities for adventure. Unfortunately, this is also the time of year when outbreaks of external parasites, namely fleas and ticks, are most prevalent. In order to prepare, there are certain precautions which every pet-parent should take.

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