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Pet Medical Center

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525 South State Street
Orem, UT 84058
Phone: (801) 225-5395
Fax: (801) 221-2902

Office Hours

DayMorningAfternoon
Monday9:00am5:00pm
Tuesday9:00am5:00pm
Wednesday9:00am5:00pm
Thursday9:00am5:00pm
Friday9:00am5:00pm
Saturday9:00am12:00pm
SundayClosedClosed
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Every day we hear stories of someone's family pet being lost or is missing.  We receive faxes almost daily from people looking for their lost cat or dog. Don’t panic. Swift action, coupled with major neighborhood networking, will increase the odds of having your furry friend back in your arms. The key is to get the word out to as many people in as many places as possible, so don’t be shy about enlisting the help of your friends and family in the search efforts.

First, search your property thoroughly. Cats and small dogs can get into some mighty strange places.

Next, walk the neighborhood, talk to everybody, and leave your phone number.

  • Ask everybody if they saw or heard anything unusual in the neighborhood and carefully write down everything they tell you. This could include strange vehicles, work crews, people, or activities. Get detailed descriptions of everything.
  • Don’t travel alone. Take a friend or family member with you.
  • Don’t write down your name or address. Because of scam artists and other criminals in our society, it is never a good idea to publicize this information.
  • Offer a reward, but don’t state the amount.

Make some noise while you walk around the neighborhood! Animals can hear you from great distances.

VISIT your local Animal Control, humane societies, and animal shelters, including the ones in surrounding areas.

It is extremely important to post flyers about your lost pet within a 1-mile radius of where it was lost.

  • Overall, flyers or posters produce more “finds” than anything else. But don’t neglect the rest of the tips!
  • Your budget will determine how many flyers you can afford to post, but the more the better.
  • DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME OR ADDRESS ON YOUR FLYER!
  • If possible, it is best to place a color photo of your pet on each flyer.
  • List the date and place your pet was lost, breed of dog or cat, sex, age, weight, color, markings, and your telephone number. Offer a reward, but don’t state the amount.

Remember, identification can be a lifesaver for a lost pet. It’s a good idea for all your animal companions—even indoor-only pets—to always wear a collar with an ID tag that includes your name, current phone number and any relevant contact information. If you’ve chosen to microchip your pet as a means of permanent identification, keep in mind that microchips are only as good as the information provided to the chip’s company. If you’ve moved or changed your phone number since registering your pet’s chip, be sure to submit an update as soon as possible. During the third week of April each year, National ID Your Pet Week is celebrated, which serves as an annual check-in to make sure your pets’ identification information is up to date.

Services

√ Vaccines √ Wellness Exams √ Dental Cleaning √ Microchips √ X-Rays √ Surgery √ Science Diet Products

Testimonials

I love our vet, we have been going to this vet since our pets were pups. They are now 12 and 14 years old. They have been well cared for all their lives.

Google Reviewer - August 7, 2017

Dr. Weber was amazing! She was so caring and seemed like she really cared about the well being of my pet. The prices were fair and she explained everything thoroughly. I am a forever customer as long as I am in Utah County.

Google Reviewer - June 2017

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Pet Medical Center
525 South State Street
Orem, UT 84058
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  • Phone: (801) 225-5395
  • Fax: (801) 221-2902
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Office Hours

DayMorningAfternoon
Monday9:00am5:00pm
Tuesday9:00am5:00pm
Wednesday9:00am5:00pm
Thursday9:00am5:00pm
Friday9:00am5:00pm
Saturday9:00am12:00pm
SundayClosedClosed
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