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  • Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth
    Brushing your pet’s teeth is the best way to keep their mouth healthy. This may seem like an impossible task that they would never allow (especially your cat!), but rest assured there Read more
  • How Heartworm Prevention Works
    You know heartworm disease exists, your veterinarian talks to you about it every year. They test your dog, then tell you to give them a monthly dose of a preventative. Read more
  • Introduction to Pet Rodents
    If you are interested in a fuzzy family member, but are looking for something on the smaller size, a pet rodent might be for you! Rodents, or “pocket pets” as Read more
  • Xylitol and Dogs: A Bittersweet Combination
    Xylitol is a sugar substitute that has been around for a while, but has recently become more popular in several categories of products. It is derived from several natural sources (fruits, vegetables, Read more
  • Roundworms
    Roundworms are one of the most common types of parasitic infections our pets can get. They are especially important to take note of since they are zoonotic (transmissible from animals to humans). Read more
  • Why Dogs and Cats Eat Grass
    The vast majority of pet owners have seen their pet munch on some grass or other plant material at some point. This behavior is often puzzling to the owner and leaves Read more
  • Ehrlichiosis
    Ehrlichiosis is a tick transmitted disease. Ehrlichia canis is the most common bacteria to affect dogs, although there are other species documented as infectious as well. The brown dog tick is Read more
  • Basic Behaviors: “Sit"
    There are several behaviors that any pet should know. When we say “behaviors”, this is synonymous with what some people would call “tricks”. Largely, these are things your pet naturally Read more
  • An Introduction to Pet Birds
    Dogs and cats make great pets, but what about birds? Birds come in a variety of sizes from small finches and love birds to large parrots, such as macaws. Some birds can Read more
  • Heartworm Disease
    Spring is just around the corner! With spring comes warmer weather, and with warmer weather comes annoying pests. Pests such as ticks and mosquitos can cause major illnesses for our furry friends. One Read more
  • Outside Safety for Indoor Cats
    Everyone loves to be outside on these lovely spring days, and that can include your indoor cat as well. However, we want to keep safety in mind when letting indoor cats outside. Read more
  • Toxic Plants and Other Hazards
    Spring is here, and it’s a great time to be in the garden. Gardening with your pet can be fun, but there are dangers too. Both dogs and cats are known to Read more
  • Kids and Pets: Safety First
    It’s no secret that when kids and pet get together, it can be a very positive experience for both of them. However, there are some things to keep in mind so Read more
  • Litterboxes: Tips to Sift Through
    Imagine you are at an event where you must use a porta-potty in order to go to the restroom. Once inside, everything starts shaking and there are loud terrifying noises. How awful Read more

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Our Regular Schedule

Regular Hours

Monday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

1:00 pm-3:00 pm

Testimonials

Feedback from our clients

  • "I am so happy with the care my dog receives at Capitol Animal Clinic...nothing could be better!"
    Kristine O
  • "Rusty is treated like a family member: Love and tender care. Everyone is so friendly and kind."
    Janelle M