Healthy Pet WorkshopOF GREEN VALLEYWog more. purr louder live betterValley Fever: It's Not Just a CoughAAHPValley Fever is an otfen unrecognized disease prevalent year round in Arizona.This fungal disease is treatable when caught early, however can be fatal is leftundetected and untreated. Valley Fever is rare outside the southwest, so peoplewho travel from out of state with pets that become l must let their veterinarianWe're bringing the workshops out into the community!Free & open to all pet owners (Please let pets at home).Date: November 11, 2017 Time: 10am Speaker: Dr. Shelley Humphrey, DVMPlace: GVR East Center 7 S. Abrego Dr., Green Valley, AZRegister: Reserve your seat - Contact@AnimalCareCenter.com | 520-625-0433www.Animal CareCenter.comknow that they visited this region. Join us on November 11th to learn more!It affects dogs, cats, other animals and humans.Symptoms may include but are not limited to coughing, fever, limping, and weight loss.Pets suspected of having Valley Fever should immediately see the vet for evaluation and testingThis workshop is sponsored by ECEXXAnimal Care Center of Green ValleyVeterinarian555 White House Canyon Rd, Green Valley, AZ 85614(520) 625-0433www.animalcarecenter.comhttps://www.facebook.com/animal.care.center.green.valleyServing all of Southern Arizona, including Green Valley, Sahuarita, Tucson, Vail, Tubac, Tumacacori, Arivaca, Rio Rico, Nogales and Patagonia!

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Healthy Pet Workshop OF GREEN VALLEY Wog more. purr louder live better Valley Fever: It's Not Just a Cough AAHP Valley Fever is an otfen unrecognized disease prevalent year round in Arizona. This fungal disease is treatable when caught early, however can be fatal is left undetected and untreated. Valley Fever is rare outside the southwest, so people who travel from out of state with pets that become l must let their veterinarian We're bringing the workshops out into the community! Free & open to all pet owners (Please let pets at home). Date: November 11, 2017 Time: 10am Speaker: Dr. Shelley Humphrey, DVM Place: GVR East Center 7 S. Abrego Dr., Green Valley, AZ Register: Reserve your seat - Contact@AnimalCareCenter.com | 520-625-0433 www.Animal CareCenter.com know that they visited this region. Join us on November 11th to learn more! It affects dogs, cats, other animals and humans. Symptoms may include but are not limited to coughing, fever, limping, and weight loss. Pets suspected of having Valley Fever should immediately see the vet for evaluation and testing This workshop is sponsored by ECEXX Animal Care Center of Green Valley Veterinarian 555 White House Canyon Rd, Green Valley, AZ 85614 (520) 625-0433 www.animalcarecenter.com https://www.facebook.com/animal.care.center.green.valley Serving all of Southern Arizona, including Green Valley, Sahuarita, Tucson, Vail, Tubac, Tumacacori, Arivaca, Rio Rico, Nogales and Patagonia!

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