HAVE YOUR PET VACCINATED ON SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2018
By Gary Strickland, D.V.M.
of Jonesboro Family Pet Hospital
Marked Tree Fire Station 8:00-9:00 am
Lepanto Fire Station 9:30-11:00 am
Caraway City Hall 12:30-2:00 pm
Monette Fire Station 2:30-4:00 pm
Lake City Fire Station 4:30-6:00 pm
*If you have any questions please call or text us!
PET HEALTH ALERT
Pet food company recalls canned food varieties.
FDA ALERTS PET OWNERS ABOUT POTENTIAL PENTOBARBITAL CONTAMINATION IN CANNED DOG FOOD MANUFACTURED BY THE J.M. SMUCKER COMPANY, INCLUDING CERTAIN GRAVY TRAIN, KIBBLES ‘N BITS, OL’ ROY, AND SKIPPY PRODUCTS.
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Canine Influenza (H3N2) has been confirmed in many areas of the US and is now in Canada . As of August 1, 2017, we will REQUIRE this vaccine for all dogs boarding or staying for daycare or coming in for baths at our facility. Your pet's health is important to us, so please, talk to your veterinarian about the Canine Influenza. For more information on H3N2, please visit this website or click the syringe icon to watch an informational video.
Check out the Jonesboro Family Pet Hospital Google 360° Tour to see more of the hospital here.
We are now proud to be able to to be very competitively priced with other online pharmacies. Unlike other online pharmacies these are fully backed and guaranteed by us. We offer the convenience of home delivery and auto ship from our online pharmacy. These are the exact same medications and food products you'd get inside our hospital with the exact same guarantee!
To visit our online pharmacy or to place an order click below!
Our doctors and management have worked hard to become fear free certified so that your pets can experience the vet without fear! Click the icon above to learn more!
Jonesboro Family Pet hospital is an AAHA Accredited hospital and has been for multiple years! We are proud to announce that we have been re-accredited in January 2018!
Jonesboro Family Pet hospital has been voted Best of Region 8 multiple years!
Jonesboro Family Pet Hospital is a proud member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners!
Every Tuesday, our local newspaper prints an article written by one of our veterinarians. This week, Dr. Danielle Barnes gives us the truth about ticks, what is myth and what is fact. Click Here
Dr. Jim Guntharp
Dr. Gary Strickland
Dr. Everett Rogers
Dr. Danielle Barnes
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Dr. Guntharp grew up in the Jonesboro area. He is married to Kurtiss Guntharp, has four sons, Daniel, Joshua, Jacob, and Luke, and is a very proud grandfather. The Guntharps' other family members include many pets, including a dog, Joy, 4 cats, Chloe, Frisky, Oreo, and Shadow, and an African Grey Parrot named Jericho. Dr. Guntharp is active in his church and has gone on mission trips to Lima, Peru.
Dr. Strickland grew up in Lepanto. Married to Lisa Strickland, with one daughter, Savannah. The Strickland's other family members include 1 dog, Cruiser, and 2 cats, Gabriel and Cheese. Dr. Strickland is a past board member of the Arkansas Veterinary Review Board.
Dr. Rogers grew up in the Paragould area. Married to Sandy Rogers, with three sons, Mike, Brian, and Casey, he is also a very proud grandfather. He owned his own practice in Paragould for many years before selling it and coming to work with us. Dr. Rogers is a past board member of the Arkansas Veterinary Review Board.
Dr. Barnes was born into a military family and didn't settle in one spot until her family moved to Calico Rock. She moved to Jonesboro to attend Arkansas State University. She has worked at the Jonesboro Family Pet Hospital in every position here while in college and during the summers since 2004. She has several dogs and cats in her fur family. She and her husband Shannan are the proud parents of a baby girl, Charleigh.
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