Nearly one-third (33%) of all adults in the United States are obese. Unfortunately, this same number now applies to our dogs. Obesity leads to several diseases both in dogs and people. Our veterinarians are available to help you choose the right diet to keep your dog happy, healthy and active. (read more)
Selecting a Dog Breed
How big will an Afghan Hound grow? How much exercise does a Jack Russell Terrier need? What kind of health problems are common for a Basenji? Will a Yorkie be a good pet for my kids? We are pleased to offer a new section on our website where you can research breeds and find a dog that fits your lifestyle. Check it out right here!
Fun Times At The Ice Cream Social
Thanks to all those furry canines who came out to beat the heat this summer. The dogs enjoyed plenty of lickity split ice cream from Three Dog Bakery and their two legged companions at ice cream from Sallyanne's Ice Cream truck.
A Welcome Message From Dr. Kelsey
ProHeart 6 Announcement
Have you ever missed or been late on your monthly heartworm medication? If you’re like me, you’ve done it a few times. I am excited to announce that we are now carrying ProHeart 6, an injectable heartworm prevention that lasts continuously for 6 months! With ProHeart 6, you don’t ever have to remember to give your dog a monthly pill again.
With ProHeart 6, dogs must be older than six months and younger than seven years to start this product. We’ll also perform a heartworm test at no charge at the time of the first injection and six months later to ensure the product guarantee. If you’d like more information on Proheart 6, visit Pfizer’s website www.proheart6.com.
For just a few dollars more than a six month supply of heartworm pills you get peace of mind and convenience of knowing your dog is protected continuously for six months. Call 861- BARK (2275) and schedule your quick appointment today to start your dog on ProHeart 6!
Dr. Kelsey and the Staff of Kelsey Canine
Kelsey Canine Medical Center
We are the first veterinarians in our area devoted solely to the health of dogs. In fact, we are one of the first canine only practices in the United States. With numerous advances occurring every day in veterinary medicine, the focus on a single species allows us to practice at a higher level. You'll find that our staff are very helpful and knowledgeable. Our phone number (861-BARK) tells you how interested we are in being your dog's veterinarian.
Health Insurance For Man's Best Friend
As your Collierville veterinary healthcare provider, we believe one of our roles is to educate you in all aspects of veterinary medicine. As a result, our staff has recently been researching and discussing the current options available in pet insurance. Our goal in this article is to provide a good overview on the topic as well as offer several of the top pet insurance providers. (read more)
New Puppy Visits
As soon as you get your puppy home, it is important to have a veterinarian evaluate the health of your new family member. In fact, we recommend that breeders give you at least 72 hours for you to bring your new puppy in to see us in order to ensure a healthy puppy. (read more)
Guidelines for Purchasing a New Puppy
Whether the kids have been begging you all year for a cute puppy or whether you’ve been considering a dog for its great companionship, there are several tips to follow before plunging into a lifetime commitment. Collierville veterinarian Dr. Robert Kelsey offers this advice before you consider the purchase of a new puppy. (Download this article)
Dr. Kelsey's Blog
Check out Dr. Kelsey's Blog for news, tips, and informative newsletters that you can use to enhance the lives of your canine companion.
We Love Dogs!!
Our phone number says it all. Give us a call and let us know how we can help you.
Dr. Kelsey was interviewed on WREG TV on July 10, 2008. Click here to view the video clip for "Tips on Traveling with Pets."
We celebrated our first birthday in May 2008. Click here to see photos from our party.
The Kelsey Canine Medical Center presented the Collierville Animal Shelter with the proceeds from its 2009 calendar sale (read more)
Collierville veterinarian not exactly cats' meow. Dog-gone specialty clinic makes canine care priority. (read more)
We celebrated with a grand
opening in June 2007. Click here to
see photos from our open house.
When one of our loyal clients refers another person to our practice, we like to take time to say thank you. Anytime you refer a friend, neighbor, or coworker to us, we will send you a gift from our referral program. (read more)
We can provide advice on a wide range of dog behavioral problems including aggression, obedience, house training/crate training, and separation anxiety. (read more)