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Winter Tips For Pets - Napa Humane

Autumn is coming to an end and winter is approaching fast. Make sure your pets are prepared for the cold months ahead. Do not stop your flea prevention until the second hard freeze. We normally see this in late November-early December. We recommend heartworm prevention year round. Do not leave pets outdoors for prolonged periods during significant temperature drops, and make sure outdoor pets have access to a warm area with fresh food and water. Clear large piles of leaves and brush from areas that your pets roam to avoid an injury from unseen yard dangers such as broken planters, sharp limbs, or wild animals hiding to beat the cold. These areas also provide a place for fungus to grow that could be potentially harmful to pets if ingested. Remember that outdoor cats will find warm places to hide, and one of their favorite places to take shelter is under the hood of vehicles. If you park outside, knock on your hood before starting your engine. With the approaching holidays, make sure your pets are secured in an interior room so that a visiting holiday guest doesn't accidentally let them loose. Make sure they aren't getting any holiday human treats. While we look forward turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie, our pets should stick to their normal diet to avoid G.I. upset and a pontenial veterinary emergency. Keep your pets away from chocolate as it is poisonous to pets. Food and products labeled sugar free are also potentially hazardous to pets as they may contain xylitol. If you are traveling with pets for the holidays, make sure ahead of time that they are up to date on their vaccines and if they are not microchipped, it would be a good idea to get it done before hand. We wish all of our clients a wonderful holiday season and a safe and prosperous new year!



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Our service begins with our people. Brewer’s doctors and staff are committed to treating each and every pet with compassion and care, while providing our clients with respect, patience and understanding. This human touch is backed-up by experience and expertise that is second to none. Brewer’s doctors and staff frequently attends continuing education seminars to stay informed on current techniques and practices. We also regularly update equipment, medications and diagnostics to remain at the cutting edge of veterinary medicine. See our list of Services below with their descriptions.  Please call or contact us with any questions.

971 Clocktower Drive  |  Springfield, IL 62704  |  217-787-9730

 OPENING HOURS: MON-FRI 7:30AM - 6:00PM
 SAT 8:00AM - NOON SUNDAY - CLOSED