Ruff Rollin' Blog: | Archive for February, 2012
February 9th, 2012

We are so excited to be attending the 84th Annual Western Veterinary Conference February 19-23rd in Las Vegas! The office will be closed Friday February 17, through Friday the 24th. We will be back to normal business hours on Monday February 27th. However, we will be returning phone call and email inquiries, so please don’t hesitate to continue to place orders via fax, or send us a quick email with questions.

 

Orders for Rear Support Wheelchairs need to be placed by the 14th to ensure shipment by the 16th. Because orders for Full and Front Support take 1-2 weeks to build, we will not be starting builds on those orders placed until we return on the 27th. If interested, you will need to inquire on these orders via phone or email.

 

Veterinary Professionals! Come visit us at booth #2066 in Vegas at the Mandalay Bay! We have a special incentive for your ‘ruff’errals!!

 

 

 

 

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