Brookeside Veterinary Hospital
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Brookeside Veterinary Hospital  | Ann Arbor MI Veterinarians  |  Brookedale Pet Boarding & Grooming | Serving Ann Arbor, Michigan
3010 Warren Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105  Telephone 734-761-7523 Brookedale Boarding & Grooming Telephone 734- 761-2292
Caring For All Your Pets Both Large & Small Since 1972
Hours of Operation  Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 7:00 pm  Saturday 8:00 am - 2:00 pm  Sunday - Closed FAX US AT 734-761-7271 Ann Arbor Animal Hospital   Telephone: (734) 662-4474  Veterinary Emergency Clinic Telephone: (734) 207-8500  Animal Emergency Clinic Telephone: (734) 971-8774 Poison Control (800) 222-1222 SPECIAL OFFER ON REVOLUTION!  Get Your Scratch Off Cards  In Our Lobby!

Parasite Prevention

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
Brookeside Veterinary Hospital
3010 Warren Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105  Telephone 734-761-7523 Brookedale Boarding & Grooming Telephone 734- 761-2292
Caring For All Your Pets Since 1972
  Veterinary Hospital Websites Ireland Ltd.   © 2016  All Rights Reserved   All Images & Content Subject to Copyright  IE Reg # 542539
Brookeside Veterinary Hospital  | Ann Arbor MI Veterinarians  |  Brookedale Pet Boarding & Grooming | Serving Ann Arbor, Michigan
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