Animalodge

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Animalodge is listed in the Kennels & Pet Boarding category in Irvine, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Animalodge which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Animalodge on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 10.

Contact information for Animalodge is:
34 Creek Rd
Irvine, CA 92604
(949) 551-8202
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Vote for Irvine Pet Complex to be Best of OC and be entered to win a $100 weekly prize! We need your help! Please vote for Irvine Pet Complex in the Orange County Register's "The Best of Orange County" in the PET CLINIC/VETERINARY HOSPITAL category. The Pet Clinic/Veterinary Hospital category was removed from Best of OC 3 years ago, but now it is back! We were voted one of the best in 2011 and 2012, and this year we hope to be voted #1! Vote for us every day until June 3rd. The more you vote, the more chances you have to win the OC Register's weekly $100 prize! We are proud to have the BEST clients and patients in Orange County. From the entire Irvine Pet Complex team... Thank you for your time and your vote! To vote please visit: www.ocregister.com/go/voteocbest
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HAPPY EASTER FROM THE IRVINE PET COMPLEX TEAM The entire Irvine Pet Complex team hopes you and your furry family members have a wonderful Easter! Our office will be closed on Sunday, April 5th. In case of emergency please call 949-551-0304 and you will be connected to Central Orange County Emergency Animal Hospital for assistance. Cheers! The IPC Family

JANUARY IS WALK YOUR PET MONTH Sure, you adore your pooch, but lately are you feeling less-than-thrilled when walk time comes around? That’s probably because you’re having trouble controlling your dog’s behavior—or you (and your dog) are tired of the same old routine. This month, focus on making those daily excursions more enjoyable for you and your dog. Check out these tips from rover.com for a safe, fun, and healthy outing with your pet: Be the pack leader. Be in charge when you walk your dog. Use confident body language—head up, shoulders back—and don’t let your dog walk in front of you. You dog should walk beside you or slightly behind. If your dog pulls ahead, shouting won’t get him to return to your side. Reinforce good behavior by rewarding with a treat when he’s walking by your side and that will help keep them in the best place for them. Practice leash lessons. Many of us live in cities and neighborhoods where leashes are a must. Choose the right one for your dog. There are many types of leashes, and the one that’s best for you is the one you feel most comfortable holding. Whichever type of leash you use, keep it short, but not too tight. Your dog will be discouraged from bolting, dawdling or wandering, and you can maintain close communication and control. Until your dog knows how to walk without pulling, view walks as training sessions, and keep them short, frequent and low stress. Again, reward your dog with treats when she stays by your side. Bring the necessities. Make the walk pleasant for you and your dog. Always carry bags for cleaning up and disposing of doggie poop—leaving dog waste is not only a health hazard, but in many cities, it’s a code violation. Don’t forget to hydrate, carry water for yourself and your dog, especially in warmer weather. Dogs can lap water from your cupped hands, or you can carry a collapsible water bowl. Don’t forget to pack your dog’s favorite bite-size treats for rewarding good behavior or good old hunger pangs! Change it up. To make walks more fun for you and your dog, rove a little—and travel off the beaten path by taking your dog on different routes, going to cool places like the dog park or a friend’s house (preferably a dog owner!), and taking walks with buddies—borrowing a friend’s dog or asking another owner to join you on your walk. Know how far to go. How much walking time is enough for your dog?HealthyPet.com says every dog’s exercise needs are different; there is no single right answer for all dogs. Factors to consider are your dog’s size (especially the length of his or her legs), breed, age, general health, and the walking environment. Watch your dog while you’re walking—if he starts panting and slowing down, you have gone far enough. Did he used to go for miles and now he can do only a few blocks? Check in with your vet. And most of all enjoy your walk with man’s best friend, you’ll be glad you took the time. Happy Walking! The Irvine Pet Complex Team

HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM THE IRVINE PET COMPLEX TEAM Dr. Harner, Dr. Gestine, Dr. Maki, Dr. Reina, Dr. Rellinger, and the entire Irvine Pet Complex Team wish you a happy, healthy, and joyous New Year! We thank you for allowing us to serve you and your furry family members in 2014 and look forward to seeing you in 2015! Irvine Pet Complex will be open from 7AM-1PM on Wednesday, 12/31/14, and will be closed on Thursday, 1/1/15 in observance of the holiday. We will reopen at 7AM on Friday, 1/2/15. If an emergency should arise while we are closed please call us at 949-551-0304 and you will be connected to an emergency hospital that can assist you. Cheers! The Irvine Pet Complex Team

Irvine Pet Complex shared Irvine Animal Care Center's post.
Thank You For Helping Animals This Holiday We would like to send a heartfelt thank you to our amazing clients, the wonderful students and staff of Stanbridge College , and our own IPC team members, for the generous donations to our 4th Annual Holiday Charity Drive for the Irvine Animal Care Center. Your donations will help many shelter pets have a happier holiday! We are so grateful for your support and look forward to hosting our 5th annual charity drive next year! All the Best, Dr. Harner, Dr. Maki, Dr. Reina, Dr. Rellinger, and the Irvine Pet Complex Team
Thank you so much Dr. Rob Harner of Irvine Pet Complex! Irvine Pet Complex hosted their Annual Holiday Charity Drive to benefit the Irvine Animal Care Center and they stopped by today to deliver hundreds of items including bedding, toys, blankets, pet food, sweaters, and tasty treats all in support of the animals at the Center. Once again through the generosity of your clients and all of the Irvine Pet Complex team members, the animals at the Irvine Animal Care Center have plenty to be thankful for this holiday season. We are so thankful to everyone who donated and we look forward to continuing the outstanding relationship we have with Irvine Pet Complex!