Happy Holidays

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and the Very Best to You in the Coming New Year Dr. Porter and staff of Bullard Marks Veterinary Hospital and Grooming would like to thank all of our valued patients and clients for your patronage, confidence and trust. Your warmth and friendliness has made helping

Thanksgiving Temptation

Happy Thanksgiving

HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU, YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR 4 LEGGED FAMILY MEMBERS Thanksgiving is a special holiday bringing together family and friends. Here are a few tips to help you avoid hazards for your pets. Thanksgiving Dinner Thanksgiving dinner should be reserved for friends and family not pets. Turkey bones

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Autumn Safety Tips

The cool crisp air of fall is around the corner. Here are some safety tips for dealing with autumn’s challenges for our pets. The end of daylight savings time comes with shorter days and longer dark nights. Make it easy for people driving at night to see your dog or

Discount Offer

Discount for New Clients We want your business so we are offering first time customers a 50% discount off their office visit.  Come in and let us help keep your pets happy and healthy. To speed up your first visit please complete your paperwork in the comfort of your home.

Vaccinations

Vaccinations for your cats and dogs are important in promoting good health and preventing deadly diseases. Vaccination procedures have been divided into two types core and non-core. Core vaccinations are recommended for all dogs and cats,. They are for diseases that can be transmitted to humans or are costly to

Happy 4th of July

  With the extreme heat Fresno is experiencing this summer, dogs and cats need to be protected from the sizzling afternoon temperatures. Bring them inside where they can enjoy the air-conditioning. Make sure cool clean water is available all the time. Shade and misters help to decrease the exposure to

Summer Pet Safety

With summertime comes pool parties, barbecues, trips to the mountains and weekends at the beach. You and your pets can enjoy all the summertime activities, here are a few safety tips: Central Valley Summer Heat: Temperatures in the 90’s to 100’s can lead to heat exhaustion, hyperthermia and death. Keep

Heartworm Prevention

Predictions from the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) indicate this will be a big year for mosquitoes. Mosquitoes transmit heartworm disease to dogs and cats. Heartworm disease is a serious, potentially fatal, preventable, disease in cats and dogs. The CAPC expects the number of dogs and cats testing positive will

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