Loving Care Animal Hospital

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Loving Care Animal Hospital
Loving Care Animal Hospital is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Largo, Florida. Displayed below is the only current social network for Loving Care Animal Hospital which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Loving Care Animal Hospital on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Loving Care Animal Hospital is:
103 Cleveland Ave
Largo, FL 33770
(727) 586-2815

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Loving Care Animal Hospital has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Loving Care Animal Hospital has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Largo, Florida is 37 and in the category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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WIN A BRAND NEW APPLE IPAD AND A CREDIT FOR A FREE EXAM! We appreciate all of the kind words of support and thank you letters we receive from our clients regularly. As a small business, one of the most helpful ways our clients can thank us is to leave us a positive Google review. FROM NOW UNTIL AUGUST 18th, EVERY CLIENT THAT LEAVES A REVIEW ON OUR GOOGLE+ PAGE WILL BE ENTERED INTO A DRAWING TO WIN THE IPAD AND EXAM CREDIT (a $375 value). It's very easy to enter the drawing. Here's what you do: -Click on the link posted below to go to our Google+ page -On the right side of the screen you will see our information (photos, map, address) -Click "Write a Review" -Sign in or create an account and leave us a review -It's that simple https://www.google.com/search?q=loving+care+animal+hospital+largo+google+%2B&lrd=0x88c2fa7a79c7b91f:0x623ae0713eee62e0,3&cad=h Drawing will be held on August 18th at the end of the day CONTEST RULES: *MUST BE A CLIENT TO ENTER *MULTIPLE ENTRIES PER HOUSEHOLD ARE ALLOWED BUT MUST COME FROM SEPARATE GOOGLE ACCOUNTS *IF YOU HAVE LEFT US A GOOGLE REVIEW IN THE PAST, YOU CAN NOT REUSE THE SAME GOOGLE ACCOUNT FOR A NEW REVIEW (per Google's policy)

Jo is our pet of the week this week! Jo came into us after recently being adopted by his new family! At six months of age you can already tell this dude is living the good life!

It's FRRRRIIIIIIIDDDDAAAYYY!!!!! Hope you have as much fun as Buddy this weekend!
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Loving Care Animal Hospital shared American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)'s photo.
A good reminder from our friends at the AVMA...
July is Cell Phone Courtesy Month, but you can promote these tips in your practice year-round. Besides the risk of being discourteous to veterinary staff, clients who use their cell phones inappropriately during their appointment are also risking their pets' health—they could miss an important note about how to best care for their pets. Plus, their distraction could put themselves, staff, other clients, and animals at risk of physical injury. Consider using posters, signs, or other gentle reminders to persuade clients to focus all their attention on their pet and the appointment.

Loving Care Animal Hospital added 2 new photos.
Oki is our pet of the week this week! Oki is rocking his summer body after he lost roughly 30 lbs in four months!!!! Back in March, Oki weighed in at 137 lbs. With a strict weight loss regiment, him and his owners were able to get him down to 107 lbs when he visited us today! As obesity is on the rise in pets these days, we encourage owners to enforce a weight loss program for their pet in order to prevent detrimental diseases like heart disease and degenerative joint disease. The recommended feeding for pets is 1 cup per 20 lbs per day. Oki still has a few more pounds to lose, but we send a huge shout out to him and his owners for getting him to where he is today. Great job Oki!