Please help us give back to our community by showing your support for the pets of Hunt County with a monetary donation towards their nutritional needs. Turtle Creek Veterinary Medical Center is partnering with Hunt County Shared Ministries (formerly known as FISH Ministries) to raise funds for pets in need of food and other supplies. You can make a donation via PayPal by using the link on our website, www.turtlecreekvmc.com, or on our Facebook page by clicking the “Jingle Bowls Donate” button. Donations will also be accepted at our clinic located at 5900 Jack Finney Blvd, Greenville, TX. You may call our office at (903) 454-6222, or reach us via email at email@example.com, and one of our friendly staff members will be glad to assist you. We will be accepting donations through Friday December 23, 2011, for delivery to the Hunt County Shared Ministries’ corporate office. Thank you for your support of the furry companions of those in need through this service project! We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The Holidays are coming!The chill in the air adds to the anticipation and excitement for the holiday season! The holidays are an exciting time of year for us and our pets; however, there may be some hidden dangers in all of the gifts we receive and share with our friends and neighbors. From the baked goods, holiday dinner and even the decorative plants, our furry family members can find trouble. Here are some helpful tips to help keep your pet safe and healthy this holiday season!
POTENTIAL HARMFUL FOODS:
Most of these foods can and will cause severe gastrointestinal problems including vomiting, diarrhea and even pancreatitis which requires hospitalized care.
PONTENTIAL HARMFUL PLANTS:
OTHER HOLIDAY HAZARDS:
Holiday HoursWe will be closed Saturday December 24th through Monday December 26th to allow our staff members time to celebrate Christmas with their families. In case of an emergency, please contact us at (903)268-1555. We will be open for regular business hours during the New Year's weekend.
Horses, Wagons and Christmas Cheer!
The staff at Turtle Creek Veterinary Medical participated once again in the annual Greenville Christmas lights parade! We always enjoy the opportunity to help kick off the Christmas season with the help of our families and friends! This year, we had our BIG horses pulling Santa’s Veterinary Workshop! Dr. Rocky was busy making sure that Rudolph was healthy enough for his big night! You can see more pictures of our adventure on our Facebook page.
Newspaper Needed!We are in need of your extra newspaper! If you are a subscriber, please save the newspaper part for us (we cannot use the advertisements).
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the staff at Turtle Creek Veterinary Medical Center!On behalf of Dr. Rocky and the staff at Turtle Creek, we wish to thank you for allowing us to work and play with your furry kiddos! In this business, there are lots of smiles, lots of laughs, lots of love, and sometimes lots of tears. We are truly grateful for your acceptance and trust of all of us into your lives in helping to care for the rest of your family. We have been truly blessed by you all and look forward to a very happy and healthy 2012...and beyond! Have a very blessed and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!