Audubon Animal Clinic Inc

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Audubon Animal Clinic Inc
Audubon Animal Clinic Inc is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Bridgeport, West Virginia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Audubon Animal Clinic Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Audubon Animal Clinic Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 76.

Contact information for Audubon Animal Clinic Inc is:
17 Chenoweth Dr
Bridgeport, WV 26330
(304) 842-4836

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Audubon Animal Clinic Inc has an overall ZapScore of 76. This means that Audubon Animal Clinic Inc has a higher ZapScore than 76% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Bridgeport, West Virginia is 34 and in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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A special thank you from our clients today made us all smile.😊🐾

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A couple things for our Cat Clients. 🐱🐈Time to play! Fit cats are able to exercise and play more the over weight cats. #pethealth #cats. A painful cat might not want to jump as high as she used to. Watch changes in behavior carefully. #pethealth #cats

Did you know? Blood tests help us determine causes of illness accurately, safely, and quickly, and show us how our medical treatments are working. What questions do you have about blood tests? Call us anytime 304-842-4836

Cats have more than 100 vocal sounds, while dogs have about 10. #Who’s louder in your home?

Summer has begun—the season meant for fun, sun, and spending time outdoors. PetMD.com has put together a list of the top five safety tips for pets this summer:🐾☀️🕶 1.Apply sunscreen. Like their owners, dogs and cats can become easily burned by the sun if they are outside for more than a few minutes, especially if they have light skin and a short or thin coat. Applying fragrance free, non-staining, UVA and UVB barrier sunscreen or a special sunscreen made for pets can help prevent pets from being burned. Provide plenty of water and shade. Pets enjoy the warm weather as much as humans and may become dehydrated after extended play outside. Providing plenty of fresh water to your pets, as well as encouraging them to play or take a break in the shade, can help prevent the consequences of having a dehydrated dog or cat. 2.Don’t leave pets in the car. Just as with children, leaving a pet in the car for even a few minutes can cause it to have heat stroke. Even on a 70-degree day, a car in direct sunlight can heat up to 100 degrees within minutes. 3.Be wary of where pets roam. Many people use fertilizers and pesticides on their lawns in the summertime, which can be poisonous to cats and dogs. When clients walk their pets, they should avoid grassy areas that have been treated or find a safe spot, like a dog park. 4.Avoid antifreeze. Antifreeze is poisonous to dogs and cats, yet many pets are attracted to its scent and taste. When walking dogs, clients should be alert to any spills, leaks, or containers of antifreeze that pets can accidentally ingest.