May is National Dog Bite Prevention Month.
The most commonly reported public health problem is dog bites. Half of all children will be bitten by a dog by age 12 and the majority of these bites are by the family dog or other dog known to the child.
Join us on Thursday, April 30th at 7:00 PM at Roseville for a free Dog Bite Prevention Seminar hosted by Roseville Veterinary Clinic, Plaza Pet Clinic, and Head of the Class Dog Training.
This free interactive one hour presentation and talk for grade school age children and parents will teach children the safest way to interact with a dog and the warning signs dogs give so they can avoid being victims of bites. Most importantly, because parents are invited to attend with their children, it opens up an important dialogue in families about dog safety.
Children will learn:
- to read dog body language
- to act safely around familiar dogs
- how to act when encountering strange dogs
This seminar is free to all, but we do request you RSVP in advance to 540-837-1334 or email email@example.com
Thank you and we hope to see you there!
Welcome to Roseville Veterinary Clinic
We at Roseville Veterinary Clinic hope to serve you and your pet in any way we can. A full-service veterinary hospital with several decades of experience in serving our community, Roseville’s dedicated veterinarians, technical staff, and receptionists are able to provide many areas of expertise to meet all your pet’s needs. We deliver the highest quality veterinary medicine, including:
- Routine pet health examinations and pet vaccinations
- Chronic condition management
- Geriatric and nutritional consultation
- In-house diagnostic laboratories and equipment
- Consultation and guidance for your pet’s health and behavioral needs
- International health certificates for pets
- Specialty referrals
Call us to book an appointment, purchase medication, or get answers to any questions you may have.
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