We’re Doing It Again: Microchip Your Pet!

According to American Humane, 10 million dogs and cats are lost or stolen every year. Even worse, according to the Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association, only 22% of dogs and 2% of cats in shelters are reunited with their families. Microchipping can help bring many of these pets home. Join us Saturday, October 1 […]

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Welcome, Dr. Sara Pilgrim!

Some of you may have recently seen a new face around the clinic. We’re thrilled to announce that Dr. Sara Pilgrim has joined our team here at Shackleford Road Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Pilgrim earned a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Louisiana State University, where she graduated with honors in 2016. She enjoys working with exotic […]

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Why We Do What We Do

Just the other night we were at home relaxing after a long day when friends of ours sent us this video: What a surprise – we had never seen this video! It brought tears to our eyes. We loved having Keela and the Smiths as patients, we’re so glad her recovery has gone so well. Every day […]

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Congrats to Tristin Our Newest CVT!

A BIG SRVC Congrats! to Technician Supervisor Tristin Chancellor who passed her Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT) Boards last week!  Tristin joined SRVC in October 2015 while finishing her final year at Heritage College in the Veterinary Technician program.  She already has a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from the University of New Orleans, but joined our […]

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Keep Your Pet Safe in the Summer Heat

Summer can be an uncomfortable time for pets. You can help keep your pets safe with these summer safety tips: 6 Tips for Keeping Pets Safe in Summer 1. Don’t Leave Your Pet in a Parked Car Don’t leave your pet in a parked car for even a second. Not even with the air conditioner running. On […]

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Keep Your Pets Safe During Fireworks Season

Your pet has acute hearing. Loud bangs can cause a great deal of pain to their ears. By following these simple guidelines from Little Rock veterinarians, you can help keep your pet calm and safe. Little Rock Veterinarian Tips for Keeping Small Pets Safe During Fireworks If you have small pets, such as rabbits and […]

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8 Ways to Keep Pesky Fleas and Ticks Away From Your Pets

If you’ve been in Arkansas for a summer, you know that with the arrival of warm, humid weather some other “friends” also arrive.  While summer means sunshine and cookouts, it also brings bothersome fleas and ticks attaching themselves to your beloved pet. May has been National Dog Month so it’s a great time to think about how […]

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June is Adopt-A-Cat Month

June is national Adopt-A-Cat month! Cat adoption is very important during the summer. Spring is “kitten season,” which means your local shelter now has plenty of cute, adoptable kittens in addition to those laid-back adult cats they already had. If the kittens or cats aren’t adopted, your local shelter can get overcrowded. This month, we […]

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National Microchipping Month

This month is National Microchipping Month! All through June, we are offering microchipping for your pet for only $50, including membership with HomeAgain, an international pet registry and microchip provider. Statistics from pet shelters show that one in three pets will get lost or separated from its family at some point in its life. Microchips […]

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10 Practical Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe from Fire

With summer coming and vacations, activities and the constant hum of everyday life kicking in it is often easy to overlook some important safety aspects in your home.  Here at Shackleford Road Veterinary Clinic in Little Rock, we know that your pet is part of your family. Naturally you want to keep them as safe […]

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