Animal Medical Center-Add

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Animal Medical Center-Add
Animal Medical Center-Add is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Kingston, Tennessee. Displayed below are the social networks for Animal Medical Center-Add which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Animal Medical Center-Add on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 88.

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1000 Ladd Landing Blvd
Kingston, TN 37763
(865) 717-3530
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Zip loves our backyard!


There are a number of core vaccines recommended for pets once their immune systems develop. In order to keep them... fb.me/8N5hk1d2K

There are a number of core vaccines recommended for pets once their immune systems develop. In order to keep them protected, call us to schedule an appointment for your pet to get them up-to-date on essential veterinary care!


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LOL! Cats certainly have an inventive way of letting us know that they’re hungry! Does your pet have a funny way.. fb.me/21Nub9cD9

LOL! Cats certainly have an inventive way of letting us know that they’re hungry! Does your pet have a funny way of letting you know when they’re ready for their next meal?


We love the idea of this program – rescue people from their office by having them give dogs who are up for.. fb.me/6hbYac5d7

We love the idea of this program – rescue people from their office by having them give dogs who are up for adoption some attention and exercise! If you’re looking to volunteer with an organization that helps animals, let us know, we’ll be happy to give you some recommendations!
Most pet adoption campaigns make us feel pity for the animals but in this one it was the dogs that did the rescuing. The Human Walking Program took dogs that were…

Prevention is always better than treatment, and in the case of Bartonella, it’s best to keep up with your pet’s flea and tick control methods to greatly reduce their risk of getting infected! Give us a call if you need to schedule an exam or refill your pet’s prescription!
Bartonella is the bacteria that causes cat scratch disease in humans. The bacteria can also be transmitted to dogs and cats from contact with infected fleas and possibly ticks.