HOMETOWN VETERINARY SERVICES
7375 Middlebranch Ave. NE   Canton, OH 44721 Small Animal Hospital Serving Canton, Ohio  Stark County Veterinarians Telephone 330-305-6500      FAX 330-305-6502
Monday 8:00 am - 7:30 pm Tuesday 8:00 am - 7:30 pm Wednesday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Thursday 8:00 am - 7:30 pm Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Saturday and Sunday CLOSED
REFILL YOUR PET PRESCRIPTION
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Hometown Veterinary Services of Canton Ohio   Full Service Small Animal Hospital     Eric Pugh DVM  Stark County Veterinarians
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Heartworms are easy to prevent in dogs and cats by a simple monthly pill or topical, however, very dangerous and costly to treat once the pet gets heartworms.  Year-round Flea and Tick Prevention is also necessary to prevent transmission of disease.
DID YOU KNOW? The flea you see today came from an egg 3-8 weeks ago. Every flea lays an average of 20-30 eggs PER DAY. These fall off your pet into the environment,  therefore you must treat the environment for at least 3-8 weeks. Two steps to effective flea prevention: Treat all pets with an effective product  Treat environment
WE WILL HELP YOU CHOOSE THE RIGHT FLEA AND TICK PREVENTATIVE FOR YOUR PET
Ask our Veterinarians to help you decide which parasite preventative is right for your pet’s weight, age and lifestyle.

Protect Your Pets From Deadly Parasites

HOMETOWN VETERINARY SERVICES
7375 Middlebranch Ave. NE   Canton, OH 44721 Small Animal Care Serving Canton, Ohio and Stark County  Telephone 330-305-6500      FAX 330-305-6502
  Veterinary Hospital Websites Ireland Ltd.    © 2017  All Rights Reserved   All Images & Content Subject to Copyright IE Reg. # 542539
Hometown Veterinary Services of Canton Ohio   Full Service Animal Hospital     Eric Pugh DVM
Heartworms are easy to prevent in dogs and cats by a simple monthly pill or topical, however, very dangerous and costly to treat once the pet gets heartworms.  Year- round Flea and Tick Prevention is also necessary to prevent transmission of disease.
DID YOU KNOW? The flea you see today came from an egg 3-8 weeks ago. Every flea lays an average of 20-30 eggs PER DAY. These fall off your pet into the environment,  therefore you must treat the environment for at least 3-8 weeks. Two steps to effective flea prevention: Treat all pets with an effective product  Treat environment
PARASITE PREVENTION
WE WILL HELP YOU CHOOSE THE RIGHT FLEA AND TICK PREVENTATIVE FOR YOUR PET
Ask our Veterinarians to help you decide which parasite preventative is right for your pet’s weight, age and lifestyle.