Dr. Charney & the Next Generation of Veterinarians!

Recently Dr. Charney made a “house call” to The Anthony School in Little Rock to help some budding young veterinarians learn some important skills including how to take a dog’s heartbeat.  All these Pre-K 3 students did a great job and we can’t wait until they join us a some of Little Rock’s best veterinarians!  You can see more photos on our facebook page.

Running and Golfing for Little Rock Catholic High!

2 Great Upcoming Events!

Our favorite Little Rock Veterinarian Dr. Brian Barron is a 3rd generation graduate of Little Rock Catholic High School and as a proud alumnus we love our connection to LRCHS and enjoy our opportunities to support this great institution.

Shackleford Road Veterinary Clinic is sponsoring 2 upcoming events – and we’d love to see you there!

SRVC is a proud sponsor of the Rocket 5K!



On Saturday April 16th we’ll be at the Rocket 5K.  This great event includes a 3K walk, a Rocket Dash for your younger runners (including the Barron Boys) and you’re welcome to bring your canine friends to run with you.  Come on out!


Monsignor George Tribou Memorial Golf Tournament


This great event is always a big success for Catholic High, for more information or to enter a team, please click the link above.

Little Rock Veterinarians Microchip Over 400 Pets in 2 Days!

In early March Dr. Barron, Dr. Charney and our wonderful staff spent 2 days at Bass Pro Shops in Little Rock as part of the Little Rock Animal Village’s microchip program.  Neither rain nor, well, rain and more rain kept us from microchipping over 400 pets across two days!

We love being a part of this program and we feel that as a part of the Little Rock Veterinarian community it is important to help pet owners learn the benefits of microchipping your pets.  If you’d like to know more about the benefits of microchipping your pets as important way to keep track of them if they are ever lost, please contact us today.





Microchipping Little Rock’s Pets

On August 30 Dr. Brian Barron and the Staff of SRVC spent the day microchipping pets from Little Rock and across Central Arkansas at the Bass Pro Shops in Little Rock.  We’re able to do this event a couple of times per year thanks to our partners at Bass Pro Shops and at Friends of the Animal Village.

We microchipped over 100 pets during this event.

Also helped Friends of the Animal Village promote Pet Adoption.

Microchipping is an important part of responsible pet ownership.  With microchips SRVC and other Little Rock Veterinarians and Veterinarians across the country would be able to reunite you and your loved ones were they ever lost.  To learn more about microchipping read on our site or schedule an appointment today!



Questions to ask your Veterinarian for your Youngest Pets: Puppies, Junior (0-2 yrs)

Successful relationships with your Veterinarian and their staff are an important part of your pet’s overall health.  For your youngest pets the questions below are a good first step to making sure that you and your Vet are in agreement with your pet’s care:

  • When should I get my puppy spayed/neutered
  • What and how often should I feed him/her? How much?
  • Is there an optimal vaccination schedule?
  • Are there behaviors I should encourage or discourage?
  • When should I start brushing my puppy’s teeth?
  • Is there anything special I should know about my puppy’s breed?
  • How do I transition from puppy food to an adult diet?
  • How much should my dog weigh?
  • What’s the best way to brush a dog’s teeth?
  • What’s the best way to deal with fleas. ticks, and other parasites?

Questions to Ask Your Veterinarian – Adult Pets (3-6 years old)

As your pet ages, the issues that you need to discuss with your Veterinarian to ensure the best care change.  For your adult pets questions you should ask include:
  • Is my dog at the right weight?
  • Is it time for a dental cleaning?
  • What vaccinations does my dog need?
  • What can I do to keep my dog even healthier?
  • What’s the best way ti deal with fleas, ticks and other parasites?
  • What signs of aging should I look for?
  • Does my dog need special blood tests or urinalysis?

Questions to Ask Your Veterinarian – Senior Pets (7+yrs)

The best way to help ensure your pet lives a long and healthy life is to stay engaged with your Veterinarian and know the answers to questions including: Should I change or supplement my pet’s diet? Are there things I can do to keep my pet in better physical shape? By continuing to monitor and adjust to your pet’s age and condition you can enjoy and long and productive relationship with your furry friends.

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