Our thanks to everyone who helped support the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Delphos Animal Hospital clients, staff, and doctors donated $260.70 towards research and the fight against breast cancer. We very much appreciate your generosity!
The 2014 Auction for the Paws will be held Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. More information can be obtained by calling the Delphos Animal Hospital, Humane Society of Allen County, or by visiting http://www.hsoac.org/2014-auction-for-the-paws/
. Thank you for your support!
Our current drug and product promotions include:
Fall Wellness Promotion:
Receive $25 OFF your pet's wellness exam/vaccine if you purchase 6 doses of Frontline Plus and 12 doses of Heartgard Plus. Receive $15 OFF a wellness exam/vaccine if you purchase 6 doses of Frontline. This offer CAN be combined with the other Heartgard/Frontline promotions (see below). What a great deal... call for a checkup and a year of parasite control now, before the offer ends!
Buy 9 doses, get 3 free!
Buy 6 doses, get 2 free!
Use one of our loyalty cards, if you purchase Revolution monthly, to get the same deals!
Buy 12 doses, get a $15 rebate
in the mail!
Buy 6 doses, get 2 free!
Buy 3 doses, get 1 free!
Get a coupon for a $10 rebate
off your first Rimadyl purchase! Continue to earn points on subsequent Rimadyl purchases, that can be used toward other veterinary expenses. Visit www.rimadog.com
for more information.
Three more local fire departments received pet oxygen mask kits on Valentine's Day, donated by Delphos Animal Hospital in partnership with the OVMA. This was part of our "Have a heart... Save a pet's life" campaign for the month of February. Pictured from left to right: Dr. Bonnie, Allie Miller of the Cairo Fire Department, John Bishop of the Cairo Fire Department, Bob Brubaker of the Columbus Grove Fire Department, Chief Craig King and "Jewel" the Dalmation of the Middle Point Fire Department, and Dr. John.
As part of our February "Have a Heart... Save a Pet's Life" campaign, Delphos Animal Hospital presented three more local fire departments with pet oxygen mask kits. Pictured are Drs. Bonnie and John, Chief Dan Honigford of the Ottoville Fire Department, Chief John Schimmoeller of the Kalida Fire Department, Chief Doug Meyer of the Fort Jennings Fire Department, Dr. Sara, and Dr. Marisa. We are proud to have such wonderful and dedicated firefighters in our area, and hope that the masks can be helpful in their lifesaving efforts!