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Veterinarian in Lewisville is Now Offering Pet Portals for Increased Education

All Creatures Veterinary Center invites clients to explore their new pet portals for important information on their pets.
CARROLLTON, TX, May 31, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Drs. Jamie Hutton, and Debbie Middendorf, veterinarians in Lewisville, are excited to now offer their clients a pet portal for increased education on various topics relating to the health of their pets. These Lewisville veterinarians strive to improve the overall health of pets by focusing on preventing, diagnosing and treating an array of conditions. By visiting the pet care library, clients can learn more about pet health, training and care, and treatments available.
"We all have pets, and we understand the importance they have in our lives. So to help better their lives and your understandings of their health, we are pleased to offer a pet portal that contains a library full of information on your pet and their health. We encourage everyone to view the education library in order to better inform themselves of important health issues with their pets," said Dr. Jamie Hutton, veterinarian in Lewisville, TX.
Whether clients have dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, reptiles, or small animals, they can find all of the information they need through All Creatures Veterinary Center's online pet care library. When accessing the pet care library, pet owners can find a wealth of important information, including the importance of heartworm and flea preventative reminders.
Drs. Hutton and Middendorf, Lewisville, TX veterinarians, inform pet owners that it is important to give their pets doses of heartworm and flea preventatives each month to ensure their best health year round. However, they also understand how hectic life can be and are happy to offer their clients friendly reminders to give their pets heartworm and flea prevention measures each month.
All Creatures Veterinary Center also offers boarding, a hotel, grooming and an animal hospital in Lewisville for all pets. The Lewisville animal hospital is available for well pet examinations, vaccines, in-house lab and tests, dental cleaning, digital dental x-rays, general surgery, spay and neuter surgery, and an array of other services for treating pets.
When pet owners go on vacation they can't always bring their pets with them, but they are often uneasy about leaving their cat or dog behind. At All Creatures Veterinary Center, Drs. Hutton and Middendorf are pleased to offer cat and dog boarding in Lewisville at their pet hotel. The pet hotel offers spacious cat and dog condos in which pets can enjoy a vacation of their own.
Drs. Jamie Hutton and Debbie Middendorf, veterinarians in Carrollton, encourage pet owners to visit their new pet portal for increased information on the health of their pet no matter the time of day. With the new pet portals, All Creatures Veterinary Center further showcases their continual dedication and commitment to providing pets with the best health care possible.
About All Creatures Veterinary Center: All Creatures Veterinary Center was established in 1986 and has been at its current location at E. Hebron Pkwy. and Marsh Ridge Rd. since 2007. Joining the All Creatures Veterinary Center team are Drs. Jamie Hutton, DVM, Debbie Middendorf, DVM and groomer Kristy Reynolds. Together they provide an array of services including pet grooming and dog boarding in Carrollton while being just a few blocks from Lewisville, west Plano and far north Dallas.
Dr. Hutton graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993 and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University in 1990. Dr. Debbie Middendorf, DVM, graduated from the Texas A&M Veterinary College in 1995 and also received her Bachelors of Science degree at Texas A&M. Additionally, All Creatures Veterinary Center houses its own groomer, Kristy Reynolds. After moving to Los Angeles, Kristy became involved in several animal rescue groups and worked with a mobile grooming company. She moved to Dallas in 1999 and attended Petite Pooch Grooming Academy, graduating at the top of her class.
Media Contact:
George Brown
mail@allcreaturesonline.com
2525 E. Hebron Pkwy.
Carrollton, TX 75010
(972) 307-7400
http://www.allcreaturesonline.com
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