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Routine lab work can help us detect common diseases even before your pet shows outward symptoms.  With regular screenings, we can diagnose and treat kidney disease, thyroid disease, diabetes and many other illnesses in early stages.  Please ask us about blood work for your pet.
#ConyersAnimalHospial #PetCareforGenerations #Vetmed
Pets can be allergic to the same pollens and grasses as humans - but they tend to suffer from skin-related issues like itchiness and inflammation.  If allergies are left untreated, that itching and scratching can lead to infection that requires its own treatment.  We can help your pet ditch the itch!
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #DitchtheItch
๐ŸพToday is #NationalDogDay, founded in 2004 to celebrate all #dogs mixed breed and pure. ๐Ÿพ  

Follow the link for ways to #celebrate. ๐Ÿฅณ https://www.nationaldogday.com/ways-to-celebrate.

And you know we #love ๐Ÿ’•to see pictures, so post them below!

#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations
Our goal is to make your felines’ vet visits as pleasant as possible so they can get the regular care they need and deserve.

๏ปฟCheck out some of our top tips & tricks for making your cat’s veterinary experience less stressful. 

#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #Cats
It was once thought that dogs and cats could only see in black and white. We now know that they can indeed see colors but have trouble distinguishing between them.  

Check out more amazing facts about your pet’s eyes!

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You might think that all dogs are natural-born swimmers, but that isn’t always the case.  Please brush up on these water safety tips before enjoying the pool, lake or ocean with your pet.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #Safety
Do you struggle to give your cat their medication? The process can be intimidating, but practice makes purrrfect. With a calm and confident approach, you can set yourself up for success.
 #ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #cats
Cats can develop a variety of lumps and bumps on their skin, ranging from skin tags and cysts to infections, abscesses, tumors and parasites.  Often, our doctors can diagnose your cat's lumps and bumps with a physical exam.  In some cases, we might need to collect a sample.  Please call us with any concerns.
 #ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations
Did you know we have a PetPage App?  With the App you can request an appointment or medication refills anytime! 

Follow the links below to download.

Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/allyconnect/id920690093

Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.allydvm.comet&hl=en

#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations
It's #WorldEmojiDay. ๐Ÿ˜„ Let's have some fun ๐ŸŽŠ.  Spell your pets name using only #emojis. ๐Ÿถ๐Ÿฑ๐Ÿญ๐Ÿน๐Ÿฐ๐Ÿด.
Taking a summer road trip with your furry friends? Keep these tips in mind to ensure a safe, memorable vacation for the whole family.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #PetSafetyTips
Taking a summer road trip with your furry friends? Keep these tips in mind to ensure a safe, memorable vacation for the whole family.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #PetSafetyTips #Travel
We are closed today.  If you have a medical emergency call East Metro Animal Emergency at 678-212-0300.  

We hope you have a safe and happy holiday!
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #Happy4th
When hitting the road, make sure you take plenty of stops for water and potty breaks.  Never leave your pet in the car, even with windows cracked.  To reduce stress, bring familiar items like bedding and toys.  We can also discuss medications that can help calm anxious pets.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #SummerSafeyTips #Travel
Fireworks can be downright frightening for our pets. Share this infographic with your friends on social media so we can all work together to keep our companions safe.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #July4th #PetSafety
More pets go missing around the 4th of July than any other time of year.  Keep pets indoors and give them a safe place to relax.  Close windows and curtains, offer their favorite toys, and turn on a TV to mask noises outdoors.  If your pet stresses easily, ask about anti-anxiety remedies to help them relax.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGeneration #July4th #PetSafetyTips
Dog parks are great for exercising and making friends, but it’s important to follow a few guidelines to ensure your furry friends remain safe. #ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #SummerSafetyTips #vetmed
It's #NationalBestFriendsDay! ๐Ÿค—  What better way to celebrate than showing off our best fur-friends.  Let's see those pictures!
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations
We're all ready for summer fun, but please keep your pets safe.  Limit exercise to early morning or evening hours.  Make sure your pets have plenty of shade and fresh water, and never leave them in a parked car.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #SummerSafetyTips
We will be closed for Monday May 30th for Memorial Day.  If you have a medical emergency, please call East Metro Animal Emergency at 678-212-0300.  We hope you have a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #MemorialDay
Taking photos of squirmy, energetic pets isn’t an easy task! Check out some of these pointers for snapping the purrrr-fect pet portraits.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #SayCheese
Did you know that most plants grown from bulbs are poisonous to pets?  These include daffodils, tulips, amaryllises and lilies.  Cocoa mulch is also toxic due to its theobromine and caffeine content.  Even organic fertilizer can be dangerous if they contain bone or blood meal.  Please call us with any questions or concerns.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #vetmed
Spring has sprung!  As our pets spend more time outdoors, parasites become a larger threat.  Pets that eat grass, dig in soil, or catch infected rodents can end up with intestinal parasites, causing symptoms like diarrhea, vomiting and weight loss.  Let's talk about the best protection for your pet.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #vetmed #wellness
Wishing all the human and pet moms a Happy Mother's Day!
#ConyersAnimalHospital #HappyMothersDay
Happy #CincodeMayo! ๐ŸŒฎ๐ŸŒฎ
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๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰ Please join us in sending a huge shout out to Rob!  Today is his 18th Anniversary at #ConyersAnimalHospital.  You may have had Rob help your pets as a Vet Assistant, but he is also our Inventory Manager and makes sure we have all the supplies we need to offer top notch care.  Thanks for all you do Rob! ๐Ÿ•๐Ÿ•
Purring doesn’t always mean that your cat is blissfully happy. Learn more about the purpose of purring with these fantastic feline facts.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations
Earth Day is April 22nd, but you can now to celebrate Earth Day every day with your pets! Check out some of these easy ways to make a pawsitive impact on our planet.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #EarthDay
Despite the face that #heartwormdisease is preventable, nearly 1 millions #pets in the United States have this potentially fatal disease.  April is #HeartwormAwarenessMonth, the perfect time to talk to our doctors about protecting your pets.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations
April showers bring flowers…and plenty of pesky mosquitoes. This month is #NationalHeartwormAwarenessMonth and we’re joining with hospitals nationwide to shed light on heartworm disease, a potentially fatal but preventable disease.
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Happy Easter from our family to yours!
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #HappyEaster
Make sure everybunny is safe this Easter - including your pets!
Steer clear of Easter lilies if you have cats.  Every part of the plant is poisonous - even the water is the vase.  Other common dangers include plastic grass, chocolate, and sweets containing xylitol.
Have a safe and happy Easter!
#SocialCircleVet #HappyEaster #petsafety
For some pets, fleas are more than just a nuisance; they can trigger a condition called flea allergy dermatitis. FAD is a sever allergic reaction to a flea bite that can result in intense itching, skin irritation, and secondary infections.  We can help you decide which flea prevention method is best.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #FleaControl
Have an itchy, scratchy pet? Our four-legged friends can feel the effects of springtime allergies too, when pollen from trees and grasses are in the air. Check out this infographic to learn more about the types of allergies in pets and common symptoms.
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Just a couple more weeks!
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #OpeningSoon #WeCantWait
Our new location is just 2 doors down from our current one.  The address is 1455 Klondike Road.  We are at the red light for Klondike and Johnson Road.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #OpeningSoon #WeCantWait #Conyers
๐Ÿ€ Happy St. Patrick's Day! ๐Ÿ€ #ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations
Thank you for trusting us with the care or your pets, and for telling your friends and family about us.  Your referrals mean the world to us!
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #ThankYou
Make sure your spring-cleaning ritual is pet friendly! Cleaning products that contain ammonia, bleach, formaldehyde and glycol ethers can be harmful to pets.  Some essential oils are also toxic, especially to cats.  If you have questions about which products are safe to use around pets, we're here to help.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #PetPoisonPreventionMonth
We are so close to opening at our new location!  Our beautiful sign went up last week.  We can't wait to welcome you to our new facility.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #OpeningSoon #WeCantWait #Conyers
As we prepare for spring cleaning, it's a good time to learn about common household pet dangers.
Bleach, toilet bowl cleaners, carpet fresheners and even some essential oils are poisonous to pets.  Please read labels carefully.
Tulips, daffodils and lilies are also toxic to pets.
Please call us with any concerns.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #PetPoisonPreventionMonth
Our pets’ curiosity can get them into trouble. Be sure to brush up on some of the most common pet poisons that may be in or around your home.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #PetPoisonPreventionMonth
#NationalDogBiscuitDay #ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations
February is nationally recognized as Spay and Neuter Awareness Month. Did you know that spaying and neutering provides a variety of health benefits? Check out our infographic to learn more. #ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #Spay #Neuter
Brushing is a great way to help your pets live a long and healthy life.  Bacteria and tarter build up can lead to heart, lung and kidney disease.  Follow these steps for brushing your pet teeth.  #NatioalDentalHealthMonth #ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations
February is #NationalPetDentalHealthMonth.  If you notice any of these signs give us a call to schedule your pets dental exam.
- Brownish-yellow tarter on teeth
- Red, swollen gums
- Bad breath
- Bleeding from the mouth
- Pawing at mouth
#conyersanimalhospital #petcareforgenerations
#HappyValentinesDay #ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations
Valentine’s Day is the sweetest of all holidays, overflowing with candy, sweets, flowers and gifts. Make your home a safer place for your pets with these tips.
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Valentine's Day can be quite dangerous for our pets.

Chocolate contains theobromine and caffeine, which can affect the heart and central nervous system.  Candies made with xylitol are extremely dangerous for pets.

Please keep lilies away from cats.  All parts of the plant are toxic.

#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #HappyValentinesDay
Did you know that heart, liver and kidney problems can be traced back to your pet's oral health?  In honor of #NationalPetDentalHealthMonth, have your pet's teeth and gums checked yearly and brush at home at least twice a week.  We're here to support you and your pets!
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations
Pet Dental Health Month in February is a good reminder that our furry friends need regular dental care, too. Check out these fresh facts about dental health and give us a call to schedule your pet’s annual checkup.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #NationalPetDentalHealthMonth
Our pets age much faster than we do. With regular exams, we can often catch problems in early stages when they’re most treatable. Take a closer look at why regular wellness exams are so important for your pets.  #dogs #cats #wellness
Thank you for entrusting us with the care of your pets this year! We are looking forward to next year.  We hope to be in our new building soon, where we will continue to offer you the best veterinary care!
#ConyersAniamalHospital #PetCareforGenerations #HappyNewYear #2022
From our family to yours, we wish you the happiest of holidays!
Today is #NationalUglySweaterDay.  Does your dog or cat wear a Christmas Sweater? Ugly or not, let's see the pictures!
#ConyersAnimalHospital #dogs #cats #fun
A few reminders to keep your furry friends safe this holiday season:
Place fragile ornaments higher up on the tree.
Avoid using tinsel.
When unwrapping gifts, discard any ribbons and bows.
Anything with onions, garlic, raisins, chocolate or xylitol should be kept away from pets.
Please call us with any concerns!
#ConyersAnimalHospital
‘Tis the season to spoil your furry friends! When shopping for holiday gifts, use this guide to help you pick the safest toys and treats.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #MerryChristmas #petsafetytips
I spy with my little eye something on my camera that has paws!  Let's see the last picture you took of your pet.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #fun #dogs #cats #pets
Is your pet scared of the vet?  Try these techniques:  Instead of storing the carrier away after visits, make it a permanent part of you home with blankets and toys.  Practice handling your pet at home - including their feet, ears and mouth (especially puppies).  Bring your pets hungry so we can provide treats as a tasty distraction.

#ConyersAnimalHospital #FearFree #vetmed #dogs #cats
The goal of enrichment is to give your pets healthy ways to engage in their natural behaviors – like chasing, hunting and playing. Try some of these ideas to keep your best friends physically and mentally stimulated.

#ConyersAnimalHospital #Vetmed
Are we killing our pets with kindness? Obesity in pets can be prevented by feeding them a healthy diet. Learn about the dangers of pet obesity and try these tips for keeping your furry friends at a healthy weight.

#ConyersAnimalHospital #vetmed
Despite the challenges of 2021, there is so much to be grateful for this year.

To our human friends, thank you for trusting us with your pets.

To our furry friends, thank you for bringing us joy everyday.  You inspire us to do our best.

To our team members: thank you for all you do to protect the human-animal bond.

#HappyThanksgiving #ConyersAnimalHospital
East Metro Animal Emergency has had a change in operating hours.  

Here is a list of clinics accepting after hours and weekend emergencies.
Is your pet itchy in the winter?  Cold air and low humidity can make skin dry, flaky and uncomfortable.  Brush your pet regularly to stimulate the skin's natural oils.  Use a humidifier to add moisture back into the air.  Ask our doctors about supplements or special shampoos.  If your pet is scratching non-stop, allergies might be to blame.  Give us a call.

#ConyersAnimalHospital #vetmed
Sharing meals with our furry friends can have dangerous consequences.  Keep these foods away from your pets:

- Turkey skin: loaded with fat and seasonings
- Dairy products: most pets are lactose intolerant
- Cooked bones: can break and splinter
- Garlic and onions: toxic to pets (so no stuffing!)

Give us a call with any concerns.

#ConyersAnimalHospital #vetmed #HappyThanksgiving
Could the colder weather be making your pet's arthritis worse?  As air pressure decreases, joint tissues can become inflamed, pushing on the nerves and magnifying discomfort.  Muscles around the joints can also stiffen in the cold, leading to more pain.  Ask how we can help.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #vetmed
Thank you to all who have served.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #VeteransDay #ThankYou
1 in every 200 cats and 1 in every 300 dogs is affected by diabetes.  Warning signs include excessive thirst, frequent urination, and weight loss.  With early detection and good management at home, your pet can live for many healthy, happy years to come.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #PetDiabetesMonth #vetmed
#ConyersAnimalHospital #DaylightSavingsTime #FallBack
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Halloween can be downright spooky for our pets.  Keep away any chocolate, raisins, and xylitol-sweetened candy.  If your pet tolerates costumes, remove any chewable parts.  Make sure your pet is microchipped and keep your contact details up to date.  Have a safe Halloween! ๐ŸŽƒ
#ConyersAnimalHospital #HappyHalloween #petsafetytips #micrhochip #SaveThisLife
Today is #NationalPumpkinDay!  To celebrate here is a quick and easy recipe for a dog treat. ๐Ÿพ

Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treats

Ingredients
1 cup plain yogurt
1 cup pumpkin puree (be sure to use only canned pureed pumpkin NOT pumpkin pie mix)

Directions
Mix pumpkin and yogurt together in a bowl
Divide the mixture evenly into an ice tray or molds
Freeze for 24 hours
Pop the treats out of the mold and put into a freezer bag for storage. You can also leave them in the ice tray if you have space in your freezer!

Here is a link for some cute dog molds.
https://amzn.to/3iQ1E4H

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Halloween can be particularly spooky for our pets. Check out some of our tips to help you celebrate the holiday safely.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #petsafetytips #HappyHalloween
Did you know that Halloween is the second most common holiday for pets to go missing?  Microchipped dogs are twice as likely to be reunited with their families, and microchipped cats are over 20 times more likely to make it back home.  Please microchip your pets and make sure your contact information is up to date.  Have a safe a Halloween! ๐ŸŽƒ
#ConyersAnimalHospital #HappyHalloween #petsafetytips #Microchip #SaveThisLife
Today is #NationalPugDay!  Let's show these guys some #love ๐Ÿ’ž.  Share a photo of your #pug in the comments โฌ‡๏ธ.
#ConyersAnimalHospital
Do you think you know everything about your furry best friend? Test your knowledge with these fascinating facts in honor of Adopt-A-Dog-Month.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #AdoptADogMonth
Is your pet itching and scratching more than usual?  For dogs and cats with allergies, autumn can mean an onset of skin-related symptoms.  Pets can also suffer from skin diseases that result in open sores, bumps, scabs, or bald patches.  Please check your furry firends regularly for signs of irritation.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #Vetmed #PetCareForGenerataions
Leaf piles give fleas and ticks plenty of places to hide.  Rake up any fallen leaves, trim trees and shrubs, and cut your grass regularly.  Even if your pet stays indoors, fleas and ticks can find their way inside vis doors and windows, clothing, and on other pets.  Let's talk about the best options for your furry friend.

#ConyersAnimalHospital #Vetmed #prevention
What is your dogs name and what nicknames do you have for them?

#ConyersAnimalHospital #nickname #fun
Due to their survival instinct, our furry friends are exceptionally good at hiding signs of pain. That’s why it’s so important to recognize subtle signs and seek help before the condition worsens.
#ConyersAnimalHospital #vetmed #AnimalPainAwarenessMonth
BEWARE OF ONLINE INFORMATION!
Type in "sick pet symptoms" in Google and you'll get over 140 million results - and much of this information is not fact-checked!
While education from credible online sources is a great thing, there is no substitute for veterinary care from a licensed veterinarian.
If you're concerned something is wrong, please make us your first call.

#ConyersAnimalHospital #Vetmed
Please join us in sending a big shout out to our Front Office Manager Andrea Boyle on her 30th Anniversary at CAH.  Thanks for everything you do for us!
#ConyersAnimalHospital #Anniversary
Have you ever come home to find mutilated plants, chewed up pillows or furniture that's been destroyed?  

Separation anxiety can result in destructive behaviors, house soiling and excessive barking.  If your pet is exhibiting any of these signs of distress, talk to us about ways we can help.

With behavior management techniques, time and patience, your pet will learn to feel more comfortable when home alone.

#ConyersAnimalHospital #vetmed
Veterinary visits can be stressful for you and your feline friend. Here are some tips and tricks you can try at home while creating a powerful bonding experience with your pets.

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Today is #RainbowBridgeRemembranceDay.

It is a time to remember the pets that are no longer with us.  Please feel free to share a memory or photo of a pet that has passed.

#ConyersAnimalHospital
Taking care of your furry family members is not something we take lightly.  We are honored that you trust us with your pet's care, and just as honored that you trust us enough to recommend us to your friends, family and neighbors.

Your referrals are the highest compliment you can give, and you can be sure we'll take great care of them, just like we do for you and your pets.  Thank you for helping us grow!

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About 67% of all US households own a pet, and with good reason! Turns out pet ownership comes with health-boosting benefits. Check out this infographic for just a few of the ways our best friends keep us healthy.

#ConyersAnimalHospital #Pets #Vetmed
Many pets are sensitive about being handled which can make vet visits more stressful. Here are some tips and tricks you can try at home while creating a powerful bonding experience with your pets.

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