Spring is coming! How to keep you pet safe.

Dr. Cleveland

With spring around the corner, it's time to think about how to keep your pet safe as the weather changes. Check out these tips from the ASPCA.

  • Easter chocolates are toxic to dogs and cats.
  • Easter lilies can be fatal if consumed by cats.
  • As the weather warms up, make sure your windows have screens on them if you want them opened.
  • If you think your pet has been poisoned contact your vet or the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435
  • Dogs might like sticking their heads out of your car while your driving byt keept in mind they're at risk for flying debris and insects that can cause eye injuries.
  • Just like humans, pets can be allergic to plants, dust and pollen.
  • With spring warmth also comes more bugs. Make sure your pet has year-round heartworm preventative medication.


Dr. Cleveland

Dr. Tammy Cleveland purchased Columbia Veterinary Center in 1992 and has been providing veterinary care with her team at this location for nearly 20 years.

Many of the staff have been with her for over 15 years and each client's pet is an extension of a great big family.

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5106 NE 78th St
Vancouver, WA 98665

Phone: (360) 694-9514
Fax: (360) 694-0677

email: receptionist@columbiavetcenter.com

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