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    National Law Enforcement Day

    Jan 09 2018

    Today is National Law Enforcement Day and LVC salutes our whole Longwood Police Department and our favorite officers: Gotcha, Freddy, and Jessie. We thank you all for trusting us with their health…

  • Cold: How Concerned Should We Be?

    Jan 03 2018

    There is some concern about the cold weather here in Florida and the problem that we see is because our really cold weather doesn’t happen very often, people don’t put…

  • 10 Tips For A Safe Thanksgiving

    Nov 01 2017

    Whether you are hosting or traveling, check that your pet is wearing a collar and tag with your current contact information. Update your pet’s microchip. If your pet isn’t microchipped,…

  • Fun Turkey Facts

    Nov 01 2017

    Are you getting ready for your Holiday? Here are some Turkey facts to ease up the stress prior to Thanksgiving. The average weight of a turkey purchased at Thanksgiving is 15 pounds.…

  • A Safe Thanksgiving Feast For Pets

    Nov 01 2017

    Are you sure you covered everyone on your Thanksgiving meal plan?   Here at LVC we are already thinking of Black Friday. For most of you, it means great sales. For us, it…

  • 5 Tips For A Safe Halloween

    Oct 04 2017

    Whether you celebrate Halloween or not, the most important concern is making sure this holiday is a treat and not a trick for our dogs and cats. So follow these…

  • How To Photograph A Dog

    Oct 04 2017

    For all of you that told us you had a really hard time taking pictures of your pet in a costume, here are our tips for pet photography. How To…

  • World Rabies Day

    Sep 28 2017

    Are your pets’ vaccines up to date? Don’t delay. They depend on you!

  • AVMF Campaign Results

    Sep 15 2017

    The response we had after asking our pet parents to donate to the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) was nothing short of amazing, especially considering that we were making preparations…

  • Hurricane Preparedness for Pets

    Sep 05 2017

      Now it’s time to prepare. One of the most common reasons residents of emergency areas refuse to evacuate is that they won’t leave their pets.  Typically, shelters cannot accept pets…