#1 Flea Killing Fort Worth Veterinarian Warns: ’Look Here, Look There, There are Blood Sucking Fleas Everywhere!’
Blood sucking fleas are the problem as another hot summer approaches Fort Worth. A-Animal Clinic & Boarding Kennel has found a solution for these “blood sucking little rascals” by educating pet owners on what to do to prevent fleas from causing more serious health problems for their pets.
Fort Worth, Texas: A-Animal Clinic & Boarding (http://www.a-animal.com/boarding.html) has officially put the Fort Worth flea mob on notice: “Your time is up! We are here to protect our furry friends and kick ya’ll out of the Great State of Texas!”
“Our doctors and technicians educate every pet owner that walks in our Veterinary clinic by asking them to take our flea education survey,” says Dr. Karen Spikes, owner of A-Animal Clinic & Boarding. "Educating the community on preventative measures is priority and will increase the awareness plus lessen the health damages fleas cause when left out of control. Our mission is to protect pets and families from the diseases fleas carry. We’re giving away 3, 1 year supply of Comfortis flea tablets. Anyone can come by our office, fill out a 4 question survey, and they will be entered for a chance to win.”
A-Animal Clinic & Boarding Kennel:
* A female flea carries up to 15 times her body weight in blood.
* 90,000 fleas live in residential backyards alone.
* Fleas can survive insecticides applied to the environment due to their cocoon which enables them to live up to 9 months.
For more information, visit http://www.a-animal.com/grooming.html , or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-731-1494 to set up a flea treatment. Fill out their survey for a change to be 1 of 3 winners for the 1 year supply of Comfortis flea tablets at the end of April 2010.
Dr. Karen Spikes, DVM and owner has been with A-Animal Clinic since May of 2005. She graduated with honors from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M University. Newley Spikes, owner and Practice Manager, also graduated from Texas A&M University and earned his MBA from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. Dr. Spikes and Newley own a 4 year old boxer name Rosie, a 19 year old Chihuahua named Speedy Gonzalez, and cat named Preston. A-Animal Clinic & Boarding was voted #1 by Fort Worth Texas Magazine for their amazingly interactive Doggy Day Camp.
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