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Archive for May, 2014

Happy Mother’s Day to All Our Wonderful Staff Who Hold Down Two Very Difficult Jobs!

We want to wish a very Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms who work in the pharmacy and keep things running smoothly. These are women who not only provide wonderful lives for their children and families, but also do extraordinary things for us here in the pharmacy. Being a mom is a tough job, but working AND keep up with all the “mom activities” is something only these Super Women can do. 

Happy Mother’s Day to our wonderful staff! Enjoy your day! You definitely deserve it.


Rabies Vaccination Clinics Being Held Throughout Union County on Sunday, May 4 from 1-4 pm.

On Sunday, May 4, from 1 to 4 pm, you can take your dog or cat to various locations throughout Union County to receive rabies vaccinations for $8. The vaccines can be given to dogs and cats four months of age and older. Those animals under four months will not be vaccinated.

The locations where vaccines will be administered in Union County include:

* Coughlin of Marysville in Marysville

* Union Township Fire Department in Milford Center

* Northern Union County Fire Department in Richwood

* Liberty Township Fire Department in Raymond

Unfortunately, there are no locations in Plain City at this time. Dr. Allen of Pleasant Valley Vet Hospital used to kindly donate his time to give the vaccinations at the fire station here in town.

These instructions are very important to keep in mind before bringing your pet:

1. All dogs must be on a leash and controlled by an adult.

2. Each owner is responsible for the control and conduct of their pet at the clinic.

3. Payment can only be made with cash or a check made payable to the veterinarian on site. No credit cards.

4. The veterinarians, organizations, and volunteers involved in sponsoring and conducting the clinics assume no responsibility for accidents occurring to either animals or people at the clinics.

Additionally, dog licenses will be available at all four locations. This event is being sponsored by Union County veterinarians, the Union County Humane Society, and the Union County Health Department.

For more information, go HERE.