Saturday, October 12, 2013
As part of a continued commitment to providing all your pet needs, Tractor Supply Company announces the launch of PetVet Clinic - an easy, affordable and convenient way to protect your pet by providing all of its vaccination needs.
Tractor Supply’s PetVet Clinic, operated by PawsPlus, will be available at the Awendaw, store beginning in October. For information about clinic dates and times, contact your area Tractor Supply store or visit www.petvet.pawsplus.com.
PetVet Clinics will be offered a minimum of once a month. The clinics will offer individual and comprehensive vaccine packages for Rabies, Bordetella and Parvo, as well as microchipping and heartworm tests and prevention.
“Our new PetVet Clinics are another way Tractor Supply is delivering on our commitment to be the best pet supply store in our communities” said John Wendler, Tractor Supply senior vice president of marketing. “This new, low cost vaccine service is a great complement to our broad offering of pet foods, treats and supplies and it offers a high-value clinic experience for our customers.”
Each Tractor Supply PetVet Clinic, operated by PawsPlus and available for dogs and cats only, will be staffed by a state-licensed veterinarian and a service team. No appointment is necessary to participate and there is no exam fee.
To further ensure a customer-friendly experience, pet owners will be able register on their personal handheld devices and then shop in the store until they receive a text message indicating it’s their pet’s turn for the service. Digital records of the inoculations will be kept, and clinic attendees will be advised when their pet’s next vaccination is due.
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