Cinema Vet Blog

Successful teamwork comes from working independently toward one goal in unison

Successful teamwork comes from working independently toward one goal in unison

Nearly 60 percent of all human diseases are transmitted by animals.

Nearly 60 percent of all human diseases are transmitted by animals. Such illnesses kill over two million people each year. Who's manning the front lines against these diseases? Increasingly, veterinarians. http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/healthcare/319350-veterinarians-warriors-in-the-battle-against-disease

See and Save with our "Puppy Packages"

Getting a new puppy in your home? Save with our awesome "Puppy Packages!!" Pay once, and then come in for all of your puppy's needs as they are due, AND SAVE!!

See and Save with our "Kitten Packages!!"

Getting a new kitten in your home? Save with our awesome "Kitten Packages!!" Pay once, and then come in for all of your kitten's needs as they are due, AND SAVE!!

February is Dental Month, Cinema Veterinary Center sponsors 10% off from January thru March!

Dental Month/Quarter 2017

VALENTINE’S DAY!!

Ideas for keeping pets safe from potential dangers

JustFoodForDogs

We all know the most important thing for a pet's diet (and ours!) is that it is BALANCED! There are so many brands of kibble out there that it's hard to choose the best one for your pet. So maybe you decide to cook for your pet yourself. Great idea! However, most people cannot get the diet balanced for their pet's nutritional needs. That's where JustFoodForDogs comes in!

 

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Dr. Amber Wheelbarger!

We are so excited to announce that Dr. Amber Wheelbarger will be joining us every other Friday starting December 2nd! Dr. Amber sees birds, reptiles, dogs, cats and pocket pets! Call us today to make an appointment with Dr. Amber! 1-661-253-9300!

Join the Cinema Veterinary Team!

Cinema Veterinary Centre is hiring!

Creating Low-Stress Vet Visits for Your Kitty!

Cinema Veterinary Centre strives to create a low-stress atmosphere for both you and your pet! If you have a kitty, we all know they can get very stressed the moment you bring out the carrier at home! Here are a few tips, thanks to DVM360, to help create a low-stress veterinary visit for you and your cat!

1. Transport your cat in a carrier: This is extremely important as cats are often startled…

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