With the holiday season already underway, we'd just like to give our clients our updated hours.
We will be CLOSED on Monday December 25th and Monday January 1st in observation of Christmas and the New Year. Our hours will be normal otherwise.
If you have an emergency while we are closed, please call the Red River Animal Emergency Clinic at 701-478-9299, they are located in Fargo, ND.
We hope you have a fun, safe holiday season. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to call!
It's that time of year again! We'd like to just take a moment to thank all of our clients and patients at the Crookston & Prairie Pet Clinics. We are so thankful to have you as part of our lives, and we strive to provide you with the best care we can. If there is ever anything we can do to help serve you and your furry loved ones, please let us know. Have a wonderful holiday!
One of the most frustrating things that can happen to a cat guardian is inappropriate cat urination, especially if it happens to take place on your furniture. Here are some tips for getting the cat urine out.
Over the years, we’ve made progress preventing rabies in our furry friends, but we’re not entirely in the clear just yet. There are still roughly 7,000 cases of animal rabies—mostly in wild animals—reported in the United States each year. Here are some tips from the American Veterinary Medical Association and World Rabies Day to keep you and your pets safe.
Family Dog magazine by AKC recently published an awesome article on 10 things to Train Your Puppy. We loved it so much, we wanted to share it with you! Download the article below to read more.
Flea season is once again upon us! These irritating and infectious parasites are at the height of their activity in September, meaning that there are more adult fleas now than at any other time of the year. More and more pets are having the unfortunate experience of being hosts to these itchy pests, and more and more owners are going through the enormous hassle of trying to remove them. Thankfully, fleas do not have to be an inevitable concern for pet owners. There are many safe, effective, and comparatively economic precautions that owners can take to keep these pests away.
Since the canine influenza virus (CIV) H3N2 strain first emerged in Chicago in 2015, it has spread somewhat sporadically throughout the U.S. However, in late May, it turned up once again; the epicenter might have been two dog shows.
Separation anxiety (S.A.) symptoms often resemble boredom behaviors, including chewing, dissecting, digging (if dogs are left outside), “accidents” in the house, and excessive vocalization. A close look at your lifestyle will determine if yours is a case of dog separation anxiety or dog boredom
Many studies have demonstrated the value of companion animals in our lives and there are many ways in which animals contribute to society. Here are some examples of how animals enrich our lives.
It may be legal, but that doesn't mean Fido should have it! Click read more to find out why marijuana is not safe for your pet.