Affiliated Animal Care

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Affiliated Animal Care is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Chesapeake, Virginia. Displayed below are the social networks for Affiliated Animal Care which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Affiliated Animal Care on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

Contact information for Affiliated Animal Care is:
1100 Eden Way N
Chesapeake, VA 23320
(757) 366-9000
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A cat, a ball, and three cups makes for a captivating game. Check out this smarty cat here: buff.ly/2m4qSy6

BluePearl Veterinary Partners shared Love Meow's video.
This smart cat has found her favorite game, and it's captivating to watch.
This kitty's new favorite game (courtesy: Instagram@curlysnow0915)


Be sure to supervise when your dog is chewing to avoid choking, and never give your dog cooked bones or gristle. buff.ly/2kGXwF5

Be sure to supervise when your dog is chewing to avoid choking, and never give your dog cooked bones or gristle.
Just like humans, dogs can choke on the things that they put in their mouths. But unlike humans, they're more likely to gnaw on non-food items, or simply swallow things whole. If you've ever wondered why certain pet toys have weight or size ...


In this video a cat and a dog are having a showdown, but the ending made everything better. buff.ly/2m4e8rv

BluePearl Veterinary Partners shared I Love Veterinary Medicine's video.
It's beautiful when two pets can learn to put aside their differences.
That ending :D

ICYMI: The story about Lucky the cat, who was rescued after being thrown from a car and taken to BluePearl for treatment, is now featured by People Magazine. We are so proud that Gavin, who saved Lucky, is getting national attention for his heroics!
A 14-year-old from Michigan stopped traffic to save a cat that was thrown from a moving car. It happened on Sunday, when Gavin Orlowski was driving on I-196 with his mother Erin Brown in Grand Rapids, according to WZZM 13, which reported the story. "I hear my mom ...


Thanks to a 14-year-old's heroics, Lucky the cat is alive after being thrown from the back of a truck on the freeway buff.ly/2louhuM

Thanks to a 14-year-old's heroics, Lucky the cat is alive after he was thrown from the back of a truck on the freeway. Gavin literally stopped traffic to save Lucky from falling off a bridge. The cat was taken to BluePearl in Grand Rapids, MI for treatment to his injured nails, but is doing well. To top it all off, a good Samaritan picked up the tab for Lucky's care. Way to go, Gavin!
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. - Rocko is no longer the only man of the house, because there's a new cat in town named Lucky. "I thought of the name lucky because it is lucky to not be hit by a car on the highway," 14-year-old Gavin Orlowski said.


RT @MarsPetcareUS: Lucky is right! Great story about folks helping a pet in need. Glad @BluePearlVet could help! wzzm13.com/news/local/thiā€¦