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By Popular Demand! ACT Announces New, Lower, Everyday Dental Pricing!
Big News! We're getting a jump on February's Dental Month by announcing new, lower pricing for dentals! This isn't a special, this is now our everyday pricing! Now there's no reason to put off your pet's dental health needs. Make an appointment today by calling 813.250.3900, or by Clicking Here to make an appointment online.
New Everyday Dental Pricing (Effective 1/6/2014):
- $145 Cats and Small Dogs (Under 16 lbs.)
- $195 Dogs over 17 lbs.
- This includes minor extractions, day of antibiotic injection and pain injection, IV Catheter and fluids, and sedation. Please note that any animal over 6 years old is required to come in for pre-op blood work ($47-75 depending on age of animal) prior to scheduling their dental appointment. Please call us if you have any questions.
Thank You for Your Support During Our Holiday Fund Drive
We can't thank you enough for the incredible support you've given us over the last few months. We raised nearly $15,000 so far - nearly 50% of our $30,000 goal. Our total raised includes a generous donation from Bright House Networks. Thanks to your loving votes, we were a finalist in their 12 Days of Giving holiday event. If you didn't get a chance to donate, you still can help us reach that $30,000 goal. There's still time left. Our next exciting event is our annual (and delicious) Spayghetti & No Balls Dinner. Watch for details coming soon!
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County Commission Passes TNVR Ordinance!
Great News! The Hillsborough County Commission PASSED the ordinance to TNVR (Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate, Return) up to 2,000 community cats each year. It's an important first step to controlling the population and reducing the number of animals being killed each year at the county's animal shelter. Thanks to everyone who signed the online petition and for your dedication and support of this program that saves animal lives! Click here to read the full article in the Tampa Bay Times!