Pima Medical Institute Teaches Shoppers Proper Pet Care at Northgate Mall
Community is invited to learn about vaccinations, exercise and general care for pets
Do you know how often to brush your cat's teeth? How about what to feed your horse to ensure proper nutrition? How much exercise does that Weimaraner you're looking to adopt really need?
Veterinary technician students and faculty from Pima Medical Institute's Seattle campus will be at the Northgate Mall on Friday, April 16 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. to offer complementary instruction on how to properly care for the most unique members of families - pets.
Making sure that pets receive appropriate care is the key to a long, healthy life. From the best nutrition, information on vaccinations and exercise and tips for general health and wellness, pet owners can benefit from the expertise of the veterinary technician students and instructors from Pima Medical Institute.
The animal care station will be located near the food court and can be reached directly through the west entrance of the mall.
Pima Medical Institute is one of the leading medical career training schools in the western United States and helps prepare students for positions in a variety of disciplines within the health care field. Pima Medical Institute has 11 campuses in seven states, including two campus locations in Washington.
401 NE Northgate Way
Enter mall through the west entrance. The pet care demonstration area is near the AT&T and Comcast kiosk in front of Cinnabon.
Friday, April 16, 2010
10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.