ARDMORE COMPANION ANIMAL HOSPITAL IS MOVING

ARDMORE COMPANION ANIMAL HOSPITAL IS MOVING

November will be the last month we spend at our current location. At the end of this month, we will finally be making the move to our new hospital. The new hospital is also located on Main Street, approximately 1-mile North of our current facility. Our practice will be closed November 28-30 in order to make this transition. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time, and we are very excited to see you at our new hospital.

HOLIDAY HAZARDS

Be mindful of holiday foods and decorations that may be hazardous to your pets. The ingestion of leftover table scraps from holiday feasts is a common cause of pancreatitis, a life-threatening disease in dogs. Furthermore, unconcealed electrical cords for holiday lights can be tempting for dogs and cats to chew. This can cause severe burns or even fatal electrocution. It is also important to know which commonly displayed holiday plants can be poisonous to your pets: Mistletoe, poinsettias, lilies, and holly. Chocolates, sweets, and baked goods are also found in households during the holidays. It is imperative to remember that they can be very toxic if ingested by your pets. Therefore, these products should always be kept out of reach from all dogs and cats.

BAKE SALE FUNDRAISER SUCCESS!

Anne Kelly not only organizes our annual bake sale every year, but also spends days making the majority of our baked goods. This bake sale is the primary way we raise money for the ACAH Abandoned Animal Fund. Thanks to Anne’s leadership and hard work, we have had another successful year! The ACAH Abandoned Animal Fund is used to help reduce the medical costs of sick or injured abandoned animals in our care. We sincerely thank all of you who contributed.

Ardmore Companion Animal Hospital
25547 Main Street
Ardmore,TN 38449
Phone: (931) 427-8383