Spring is here and summer will soon follow, meaning you might have more free time to head to the beach or cruise the boardwalk. If you love taking your pet with you on those trips, make sure they’re prepared for the season by visiting your animal hospital in Palmdale. Bringing them in for their yearly check-up and evaluation can mean they have an enjoyable, stress-free summer. If it’s time for their vaccinations, schedule to have it done before you leave on your trip. Wherever your go, it’s very likely that your dog will encounter other dogs and animals, so having them up-to-date on their shots is beneficial in avoiding viruses and parasites.
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I am a 1982 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. I started my career in Summit County in 1986 by working for Dr Forrest Cole at Animal Hospital of the High County. This practice was the first to open in Summit County and was located at 7th & Galena in Frisco in a log cabin that had been saved from the old town of Dillon before the town was lost to Lake Dillon reservoir. I purchased the practice from Dr. Cole in 1989. In 1992 I moved the practice out of the little log cabin and into a facility I had built at 7th & Granite St. In 1999 I sold the practice to Dr. Paul Veralli. I was away for a while but over time I found myself back in the practice I sold, working full time for Dr. Veralli. In 2005 the practice was in temporary quarters in the Boardwalk building as the hospital was disassembled, expanded and remodeled and moved to its current location of Frisco Animal Hospital at 700 N Summit Blvd.
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Hi! My name is Tilly. I am a Rat Terrier mix and I love to travel with my mom, Marinda. I have a new feature on my favorite animal hospital’s blog, where I will be sharing tips from my travels for my fellow canine comrades who also love to explore the world. Here we go!My mommy didn’t take me up to the Currituck Lighthouse. She took me up to a lighthouse once, and I was so scared when my mom carried me up and down the spiral staircase. We don’t go up to lighthouses anymore. We did take pictures of the lighthouse. The park has a trail that gives you a little history of the landmarks in the park. It has a nice walk through the wetland. It also has a historical village.The Town of Duck finally finished their 1-mile boardwalk located on the Currituck Sound side. The boardwalk connects several shopping area. You no longer have to drive from one shopping area to another. Duck is a very dog friendly town, but not all shops and restaurants are dog friendly. We had lunch at Coastal Cantina on the boardwalk, and my mom said that the food was okay.Duck Donuts was originally from Duck, NC. They are everywhere in Outer Banks. It now has locations in Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, and Herndon, and soon, Fairfax and Bristow. You get to choose the icing and topping, and the donuts are yummy. They taste better when warm; microwave it for about 10 seconds.The gardens is beautiful. It has an admission fee, and it is dog friendly. My mom took me there in November, and they had Christmas decorations all through the gardens.The Marina area is very small. It has some shops and restaurants. It is a nice walk around the marina. We ate at Full Moon Café and Brewery. They have a petfriendly patio.
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