Address

72025 North Ave.

Armada, Michigan, 48005

Phone: (586) 784-9111

Email: krausevet@gmail.com

Emergency: (586) 784-9111

FAX: (586) 522-4232

 

As of January 1, 2022 we will no longer be providing Large Animal/Equine/After Hours Emergency Services. 

Clinic News and Blog

Guard Your Pet’s Heart: Why Prevention Just Makes Sense

4/9/2018

The heartworm parasite presents a serious and sometimes fatal threat to companion animals. Unfortunately, it is not difficult for your pet to be infected,  and it’s difficult to treat in dogs. There is no heartworm treatment for cats.

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April Newsletter

4/7/2018

April is National Heartworm Awareness Month

(Download our eNewsletter here!)

heartwormHeartworm is a serious, potentially fatal disease in pets. Spread by mosquitos, heartworm is exactly what it sounds like — worms in an animal’s heart and lungs. If you were lucky enough to get into Dr. Orville Krause’s career day presentation at Armada Middle School back in the day, you’ve likely seen a jar containing a heartworm-infected heart. If not, here you go:

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Ruff Run 5K Fun Run/Walk with your dog

3/15/2018

Please join Krause Veterinary Clinic in the first annual Ruff Run to benefit our Angel's fund. This fund is designed to help clients in need of getting their pets the proper medical care. We invite you to bring your dog to join in the fun all we ask is that your dog be vaccinated with the Distemper, Bordetella and Rabies vaccines. If your canine companion is dog aggressive please leave them at home this time.  Sorry we need to keep everyone safe. We will supply a t-shirt and snacks.  So come join KVC for a day of fun in the sun.

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Contact Us

Phone: (586) 784-9111

Fax: (586) 522-4232

Email: frontdesk.krausevet@outlook.com

Email: krausevet@gmail.com

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