Care Credit is a monthly payment plan set up in credit card form. However, Care Credit is only accepted at medical facilities, whether a human or pet facility. They offer low monthly payments, and zero interest for special promotions.
Any one can apply! It takes only seconds. We can apply for you at LCAH, you can call 1-(800)-677-0718, or go to www.CareCredit.com!
Millions of pets get lost each year, and those without any identification rarely find their home. A microchip provides your pet with a specific identification number that cannot fall off or get ruined. Veterinary clinics and shelters world wide have scanners to detect microchips. PetLink and Microfinder Microchips are helping reunite owners with pets every day!
Along with pet recovery services, PetLink also offers Pet Insurance and a 24/7 Emergency Hotline.
Get more information by calling our clinic, or contact PetLink at https://www.petlink.net/us/welcome or by calling 1-877-PETLINK (1-877-738-5465).
Heartworm Disease in dogs is rapidly increasing in both the number of dogs affected and the spread of disease across the country. Transmitted by the bite of an infected mosquito, Heartworms can become a life threatening disease that is 100% preventable. Monthly prevention for Heartworm disease is recommended year round no matter where you live. Prevention is relatively inexpensive compared to the cost of treatment for the disease, which can range anywhere from five hundred to thousands of dollars in long term treatments for secondary related conditions. Heartworms can damage the heart and lungs, showing up with early symptoms of coughing and exercise intolerance, and can eventually cause congestive heart failure and death. Check out the American Heartworm Society's website for the latest, most accurate information and recommendations.
The Companion Parasite Council offers a plethora of information on the many different parasites that can affect your pets. Both external parasites (fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, etc.) and internal parasites (roundowrms, hookworms, tapeworms, etc.) can cause serious health concerns for both dogs and cats. This website allows you to stay informed to the most accurate and up to date information available so you can help your pets have a fighting chance against these pesky parasites!