Animal Medical Center

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Animal Medical Center
Animal Medical Center is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Macomb, Illinois. Displayed below is the only current social network for Animal Medical Center which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Animal Medical Center on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 66.

Contact information for Animal Medical Center is:
100 S Dudley St
Macomb, IL 61455
(309) 833-5960

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Animal Medical Center has an overall ZapScore of 66. This means that Animal Medical Center has a higher ZapScore than 66% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Macomb, Illinois is 37 and in the category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Do you have a pet that occasionally has tummy troubles, but doesn’t show any other sign of illness? This could be caused by the food it is eating. Poor-quality ingredients such as cornmeal or soy that are found in some lower-quality pet foods can do harm to their digestive tract.

Kitty Trivia: What is the average number of hours a Cat sleeps in 1 day? Now, no Googling.. (I see you). We will post the answer later today! Good Luck! SORRY FOR THE DELAY... The answer is 18 hours!!!

Did you know some of our common human medications are toxic to your Pet? Medicines such as ibuprofen and Tylenol can cause serious harm such as stomach ulcers and kidney failure. See other human medications that may be harmful to your pet in the attachment below. http://www.dvm360.com/sites/default/files/images/pdfs-for-alfresco-articles/Human-toxins-pets-handout.pdf

New dog owners must make sure their pets are vaccinated against common illnesses, since many of these are easily caught from other dogs on the trail or at the dog park. Most of these vaccines should be administered in the first year, so it will be one of the things we will bring up at your puppy's first visit.

As the temperature gets hotter, it's important to keep your pets even cooler! Here are some tips to get through the hot days ahead - Avoid leaving your pets outside, provide fresh cool water hourly. They will need it! -Take walks in early morning or late evenings when the temperature is cooler. - Watch for signs of heat stress such as abnormal panting, disorientation and fast, noisy breathing. If this happens, seek immediate shade and offer water. -Severe heat stress may include weakness, collapse, unconsciousness or seizures -Call your veterinarian if conditions turn severe or do not improve. And Please, do not leave them in the car! If You Have Any Questions About Heat Stress, Please Call Us at 833-5960 photo by dvm360