WHAT'S HAPPENING:

Fleas, ticks and internal parasites are a continual nuisance to pets and their care providers.  In Midcoast Maine fleas are now a year round problem, and tick season starts in March continuing through November.  In response to the increase in flea and tick numbers over the past few years, Dr. Lee and Dr. Pierce have researched and trialed many of the new anti-parasite products. Based on our research and first hand experiences, PenBay Vets now recommends: DOGS:...
Rockland Resident and "mom" of Fly are competing at the Westminster Dog Show the morning of February 11th!  Good Luck Fly! "When Fly came home from the show circuit she had a false preg. Dr. Lee see her several times and she is back to her old self. Dr. Lee has gone far above what I expected of a vet," says Clara Gardner. He has seen my dogs after hours, short notice, answered all my calls. Clara and Fly  give a big paws up for Dr. Lee! Article by: George...
FREE Dental Assessments at Loyal Biscuit Co, Camden- 10am - noon. In conjunction with PenBay Vet's Dental Special and Pet Dental Health Month, Dr. Bjorn Lee is offering free Dental Health Assessments on Feb. 23 at the Loyal Biscuit Co., Camden location. Dental Exams will take place from 10am-12pm. Dr. Bjorn Lee will examine your dog or cats teeth, gums and mouth and provide his recommendation on how to maintain or improve the dental and overall health of your furry friend. For more...
Pet Health Care can be a great way to manage the medical expense of pet ownership.  You never know when a medical emergency or accident might occur; plan ahead with pet insurance. PenBay Veterinary Associates recommends its clients to consider Pet Health Insurance. Click here to read more about our thoughts on pet health insurance. To this end, we are offering 30-day Free Trials to Trupanion Pet Insurance, one of several pet insurance offerings that we believe meet the needs of our...
You can expect to see a new face around our hospital.  Sandy Belinky joined PenBay Vets staff as our Practice Manager. Sandy joined our practice, after spending 16 years in Alaska. She carries a BS in zoology and is a licensed veterinary technician. In addition to her veterinary science credentials, she holds a Masters in Business Administration, is a Certified Veterinary Practice Manager and is an active member of the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association. Sandy moved cross-...
  In Honor of World Rabies Day   FREE Rabies Vaccines* September 24th-October 5th, 2012     *Rabies vaccines require a medical exam by a veterinarian.  Exam fee will apply, however there will be no charge for the vaccination.   Learn more about World Rabies Day Here: http://www.penbayvets.com/news/global-rabies-prevention-initiative-start...
Rockport, Maine, September 24, 2012– In Rockport, Maine a global grassroots campaign is taking shape.  This year, PenBay Veterinary Associates will be teaming up with international rabies experts to celebrate World Rabies Day on September 28.  In honor of World Rabies Days, PenBay Veterinary Associates will be offering Rabies Vaccines free of charge September 24th-October 5th.  Pet owners will still need to pay for the required wellness exam performed by a veterinarian...
Over half of our new clients are recommended by a current client! We love that our clients recommend us to their friends.  Therefore, we've started a referral rewards program to thank you and encourge you to keep up the good work! We ask all our new clients how they heard about us - so if they mention your name - you'll be getting a special thanks from us in the mail!  Two $25 coupons: One to use at your next office visit and a second to give to a friend who is looking for...
INTESTINAL PARASITE SCREENING SPECIAL May 7th – May 18th   30% Discount on intestinal parasite screening for your pet.  Head into summer with a parasite-free pet! Drop off a recent stool sample from your pet to be tested today!  (All samples should be less than four hours old and need to be dropped off prior to 2 pm)   Routine parasite screening is important to protect your pet’s and family’s health.   The...
Highlights from Jenna Lookner's article posted on Villagesoup.com Although mild temperatures during the winter may have been pleasant, the impact on the ecosystem could have pitfalls including a spike in the tick population. Local veterinarians have already seen significant concern from pet owners about ticks and the risk of deer tick bites is high throughout New England, according to the University of Rhode Island Tick Resource Center website. Dog owners in the region said they...

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