The Pet Spa & Resort is open 9am -12 noon and 4pm -7pm
Bernville Veterinary Clinic continues its “Veterinary Medicine for Pet Owners” series with a seminar on Keeping Our Pets Healthy and Happy, scheduled for Monday evening, June 3, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. The seminar will help pet owners understand the importance of ideal body weight in dogs and cats.
Registered dietician Betsy Gallagher will present the seminar at the Bernville Veterinary Clinic, Pet Spa & Resort, 7135 Bernville Road (Route 183), Bernville. The workshop is free and open to all, but space is limited, so please RSVP by calling 610-488-0166 or emailing email@example.com .
Dog bite facts:
◾Each year, more than 4.5 million people in the U.S. are bitten by dogs.
◾Almost 1 in 5 people bitten by dogs require medical attention.
◾Every year, more than 800,000 Americans receive medical attention for dog bites; at least half of them are children.
◾Children are, by far, the most common victims of dog bites and are far more likely to be severely injured.
◾Most dog bites affecting young children occur during everyday activities and while interacting with familiar dogs.
◾Senior citizens are the second most common dog bite victims.
There are many things you can do to avoid dog bites, ranging from properly training and socializing your pet to educating your children on how – or if – they should approach a dog. Information and education are the best solutions for this public health crisis. To learn more, go to: https://www.avma.org/public/Pages/Why-do-dogs-bite.aspx?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=socmed
Pictured, Bernville Vet Clinics Practice Manager’s dog Ranger (shep) and friend Jade!
Many campgrounds now have dog parks! Just be sure your dog is healthy and current on all vaccines, so you can play without worrying!
To learn more about Christmas Pines Campground, go to: www.christmaspines.com
The original inhabitants of Wyomissing, in Berks County, were Indians from the Lenni Lenape tribe who lived along the banks of the Wyomissing Creek. The word Wyomissing is a phonetically derived the Indian name for the area whose exact meaning is unknown, but most likely means “a place of flats” which makes much sense considering how flat Wyomissing is compared to nearby surrounding areas. Much of Berks County was transfered from the Indians to William Penn in 1685. Title to the land that much of Wyomissing is built upon was in two parcels, an eastern tract and a western tract, which were divided by a northwesterly line in the vicinity of Lake Avenue. One of the earliest industries in the area was the Evans Grist Mill. This building still stands at the corner of Old Mill Road and Old Wyomissing Road.
To learn more, go to: http://www.co.berks.pa.us/Muni/Wyomissing/Pages/EarlyHistory.aspx
Lynnette and Michelle are feeding orphaned lambs whose mother unfortunately was attacked by a dog, and was unable to care for her young!
Hey, I’m Cardigan! I’m a 6-year-old spayed female DSH brown and black tiger at the Berks ARL. I’ve been at the shelter since October and I’m getting very lonely here. I don’t want to spend my golden years by myself. I’m very sweet and affectionate. I love being petted, snuggling, and giving kisses. I’m looking for a steady companion to travel on the road of life with.
To learn more, go to: www.berksarl.org
These 2 poodles are available for adoption. the owner is moving to Florida end of May. Please let us know if you’re interested!
Bernville Veterinary Clinic is pleased to announce our participation in the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study sponsored by Morris Animal Foundation.
The study, which will follow 3000 goldens throughout their lives, is a groundbreaking project designed to learn more about risk factors for cancer and other problems that affect the breed, and to determine how to better prevent, diagnose and treat these diseases.
You’ll benefit many ways: the study pays for your dog’s annual blood, urine and fecal tests; you’ll learn preliminary findings before the final study report is published; and you’ll gain the satisfaction of helping to improve the health of golden retrievers.
If your purebred golden retriever is under two years of age, you may be eligible to participate. Visit www.CanineLifetimeHealth.org to learn more, and then call 610-488-0166 to make an appointment with Dr. Lee Pickett.
Today is the last day to register for the Berks ARL golf outing to get the $100 per person price. Tomorrow, it goes up to $125!
For the golfing registration details, go to: https://www.berksarl.org/RegisterForAnEvent.aspx
Please call Ashley at 610-373-8830 ext. 117 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to make your reservations.