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Apply for Care Credit

Care Credit Financing

Click here to apply for Care Credit Card!

Care Credit can cover annual expenses such as preventative care check-ups or even for unexpected costs like pet prescriptions or surgeries.

Embrace Pet Insurance

Medical Insurance for pets can help you pay for unexpected illness and injuries. Embrace Pet Insurance covers accidents, congenital/hereditary conditions, alternative therapies, chemotherapy, chronic conditions, and any type of diagnostics. They reimburse based on an actual percentage of the veterinary bill and you choose your monthly premium. They also offer Wellness Rewards to help you pay for and budget the cost of routine care (spaying/neutering, dental cleanings, RX diet food, vaccines, flea/tick/heartworm meds, etc). Go to and enter code 80222452 to get a 5% discount!

Trupanion Pet Insurance

Pet Insurance Reivented

A Trupanion medical insurance policy has the ability to save you thousdands and keep your best friend by your side.  Trupanion offers 90% coverage with unlimited payouts.

Trupanion  can pay your pet's veterinary bills directly to participating hospitals. All you have to do is pay your portion of the bill at checkout. Claims have never been so easy!

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PerPETual Urns: Handmade Ceramic Pet Urns

PerPETual urns offers urns of distinction that cannot be found anywhere else.  The urns are wheel-thrown by a master potter and actually decorated with the pets own hair.  The urns are pulled red-hot from the kiln and the pet hair is applied to the surface.  The carbon in the hair leaves behind an infused black pattern jumping out on a satin white surface.  You now not only have a beautiful handmade container for your pets ashes, the pet?s hair is infused into the pot in perpetuity.  Your urn is unique from any other because it is individualized to your own pet.

Tick Encounter Resource Center

This website is a great resource for all things ticks.

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Service Dog Information

Here is some interesting facts and information regarding Service Dogs. 

Written by a local student Thomas Brewer.