Special Offers


Revolution Plus

Revolution Plus protects cats against fleas, heartworm disease, ticks, and also treats and prevents against hookworms, roundworms, and ear mites.

Special Offer:Buy 6 doses (months), and receive $15.00 in rewards.

Special Offer: Buy 12 doses (months), and receive $35.00 in rewards.

Revolution Plus


Interceptor Plus

With Interceptor Plus, one chew, once a month, protects your dog against five common parasites:  Heartworms, hookworms, roundworms, whipworms and tapeworms.  Keeping your pet protected year-round should be easy.  Since it's a soft, chicken-flavored chewable tablet, Interceptor Plus can make

dosing as fast and simple as giving a treat.

Special Offer: Buy 6 doses (months) and receive a $5.00 rebate.

Special Offer: Buy 12 doses (months) and receive a $15.00 rebate.

Interceptor Plus



Simparica

Monthly chewable flea and tick protection for dogs that works fast and keep on going all month long.  Your dog will get fast-acting, persistent protection, and we mean around-the-clock protection that doesn't lose effectiveness at the end of the month.  And it helps prevents flea infestations in your home, too!  You can rest assured that you're providing the best protection for your dog.

Special Offer: Buy 6 doses (months) and receive a $15.00 in rewards.

Special Offer: Buy 12 doses (months) and receive a $35.00 in rewards.

Simparica



Frontline Gold

A monthly topical product to kill adult fleas, flea eggs, flea larva, and ticks that last all month long. Frontline Gold is available for both dogs and cats. 

Special Offer: Buy 3 doses (months) and receive 1 dose free.

Special Offer: Buy 6 doses (months) and receive 2 doses free.

Frontline Gold



All products purchased from Caseville Small Animal Clinic have been inspected and approved by the FDA, and manufactured and packaged according to U.S. government regulations.  Our products are also backed 100% by manufacture guarantee.

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Office Hours

Monday:

9:00am

5:00pm

Tuesday:

9:00am

5:00pm

Wednesday:

9:00am

6:00pm

Thursday:

9:00am

5:00pm

Friday:

9:00am

5:00pm

Saturday:

9:00am

2:00pm

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonial

  • "Dr. Kevin and his staff are caring and compassionate for their patients (and families). They are professional as well as enthusiastic and courteous. We know when we bring our animals in that they are being treated with the latest technology in veterinary science and equipment, But most importantly we feel the love they have for animals."
    Gus and Linda G. / Caseville, MI

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