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Welcome to Animal Clinic of St. George
Your Veterinarian in St. George, UT
Call us at 435-673-9696
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At the Animal Clinic of St. George, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
We are dedicated to providing exceptional care to each and every animal that comes through our door. We understand that your animal is a special part of your life. So our doctor take the time to give them the individual attention they deserve. The Animal Clinic of St. George is set up exclusively for cats and dogs to better serve your animal’s needs.
Let us help you keep your pet happy and healthy.
Our clinic is conveniently located in the center of St. George, Utah, one block south of St. George Boulevard and just north of Dixie State College.
Keeping Pets Safe This Holiday Season
#1 Keep holiday food out of your pets reach
#2 Make sure children know not to feed their food to the pets
(Turkey though delicious can cause pancreatitis)
#3 Keep and eye out for falling ornaments or anything your pet might try to eat that could be dangerous ex: candles, mistletoe, presents, and tinsel.
#4 Make sure your pets are wearing their ID tags in case they get lost.
(We Recommend: Microchips they are permanent identification)
#5 Keep Hydrogen peroxide on hand.
(If your pet eats some holiday treats it can be used to induce vomiting for your pet. Followed by a visit to your veterinarian or local emergency facility.)
#6 Keep holiday costumes comfortable and if they bother the pet to leave them off
#7 Keep candles up high where pets cant knock them over
#8 Keep gift wrapping up you wouldn't want you pet eating it that can cause intestinal blockage
#9 Don't hang light on the lower branches pets can get tangled up or worse get shocked from biting the lights
#10 Pine needs can pierce through your pets intestines if ingested
#11 Keep animal bones away from your pets they can obstruct the intestines and need to be removed surgically
#12 Keep pet treats on hand so they can join in on the fun
St. George Veterinarian | Animal Clinic of St. George | 435-673-9696
857 E. Tabernacle Street
St. George, UT 84770