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Meet Susannah!

LPC has another receptionist! Please help us welcome Susannah. Susannah has always had a love of animals, growing up with dogs, cats, and rabbits. She spent time volunteering at rescues around Southern California. After moving to Minnesota, Susannah got a degree in photography and now spends her […]

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Introducing PetDesk!

PetDesk allows you to schedule routine appointments, refill prescriptions, receive reminders for all your pets’ health care needs, and more! Check out the free app on your mobile device(s) for details. For instructions, click on the link below; if you still have questions, as always, feel free […]

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Welcome!

Please join us in welcoming a couple new additions to the clinic: Dr. Jen Herzog (veterinarian) and Emily S. (tech assistant). Dr. Jen Herzog Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Dr. Herzog graduated from the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. She has worked with both Dr, Ferguson […]

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2016 Flea and Tick Season is upon us!

Spring has sprung! …which means the fleas and ticks have crawled out of hiding and are waiting for their chance to sneak onto your pets. Bravecto, the 3-month oral flea and tick preventative, is the preferred option by most of our clients for their dogs (older than […]

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Winter Holiday Hours 2015/2016

Happy Howl-idays to all creatures big and small, furry and scaly, naughty and nice!! Lexington Pet Clinic’s hours will change for the holidays, so our staff can enjoy time with family and friends (human and otherwise): Christmas Eve Thursday, 12/24/15 8am – 12pm Christmas Day Friday, 12/25/15 CLOSED all day […]

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LPC Halloween Costume Contest

Post your cute photos of your costumed pet HERE in the comments! Now through Saturday, Oct 31st at midnight, add your petsto this album for LPC’s Halloween costume contest. Share with your friends and family on facebook to get lots of “likes.” Winners will be announced on Monday, […]

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Swimming Pups – Beware of Icky Lakes

Blue-green Algae and Harmful Algal Blooms Summertime in Minnesota: When in doubt, best keep out! When temperatures climb and the summer sun beats down, conditions are ripe for Minnesota lakes to produce harmful algae blooms, some of which can be harmful to pets and humans. http://www.pca.state.mn.us/index.php/water/water-types-and-programs/surface-water/lakes/blue-green-algae-and-harmful-algal-blooms.html

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Tick Control & Lymes Disease

Well, those ticks have been out and about for a few weeks now and they’ll likely be around until December even!  Is your pet protected?  Lexington Pet Clinic offers several options to keep Fluffy and Fido free from tick bites and that dreaded Lymes Disease:  Bravecto, Vectra, […]

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Canine Influenza

Many of you are probably hearing about the canine flu outbreak in Chicago and are worried. So far this disease has not been reported in Minnesota. There is a vaccine available; unfortunately the strain affecting dogs in Chicago is not the same strain as the vaccine. It […]

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Winter Holiday Hours

Goobma would like you to know LPC’s holiday hours: Christmas Eve Wednesday, 12-24-14 8 am – noon Christmas Day Thursday, 12-25-14 CLOSED New Year’s Eve Wednesday, 12-31-14 8 am – 2 pm New Year’s Day Thursday 1-1-15 CLOSED (all other days, we will be open during our […]

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