September 2017 Newsletter



"Blessed is the person who has earned the love of an old dog."  - Sydney Seward  
 
      
  In this issue:
 
       - Celebrating Our Super September Seniors!

       - Super September Senior Wellness Tips

       - Soapy September Grooming Specials

       - Keeping Your Pets Safe During a Disaster



Celebrating Our Super September Seniors!
Senior pets (7 years old and up) have special needs and concerns.  This month we are helping you meet those needs with special discounts for senior pets.  Heartworm testing and wellness exams for senior pets are 15% OFF
during September.  Annual blood screening is also extremely important for seniors, to catch signs of common aging issues such as diabetes, thyroid impairment, or diseases of the heart, liver, or kidneys.  Basic Wellness blood panels are 15% OFF for senior pets during September.  We look forward to celebrating your Super September Seniors all month!

 
Super September Senior Wellness Tips
    
     

Get Soapy In September Wit h Our Grooming Specials
 

Ashley is celebrating 3 years as our groomer this month!   
You can celebrate too, with our Soapy September grooming specials:
   
* 10% OFF for NEW grooming clients   
* 10% OFF for returning grooming clients she hasn't seen in the past 90 days
* For our frequent clients, receive 10% OFF an October grooming, if you schedule it in advance at pick-up from your regular (September) grooming appointment
 
Don't forget, every groom receives a complimentary scented bandana.  Grooming is available weekdays by appointment.  We can also perform veterinary services your pets need (vaccinations, wellness exams, etc.) while they are here for grooming.  Ashley has over 12 years experience grooming all dog breeds, and she can even groom your cat.  Your pets can look their best for fall at a great price!
   

Keeping Your Pets Safe During a Disaster

Even though Tennessee is unlikely to face a hurricane, we are still vulnerable to many types of natural disasters.  Wildfires, flooding, and tornadoes are just a few.  While we can't prevent a natural disaster, being prepared for one is the best possible thing we can do for ourselves and our pets.  Below are some expert pet preparedness tips from FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency):