Demonstrating more than 34 years of dedication to its customers, Valley Vet Supply will host Customer Appreciation Days, April 5 and 6, at their store in Marysville, announced Drs. Arnold Nagely and Ray Shultz.
Incorporating years of practice experience, the veterinarians founded the catalog and online retail company in 1985.
“Our purpose is to help livestock producers be more profitable, enable equine enthusiasts to pursue their passion, and aid pet owners in maximizing the enjoyment of their pets,” according to Omar Hinojosa, company president.
“Our mission is to be the authoritative source of quality products and product information, anticipating the needs of our customers and providing solutions with friendly, expedient customer service,” the owners stated.
“From product selection to ensuring that each box is packed with care, the veterinarians and our entire staff are here to personally ensure customer satisfaction,” Hinojosa insisted.
Additionally, the Valley Vet Pharmacy is verified by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. “Our customers can order with confidence, knowing that our pharmacists and veterinarians oversee all aspects of their order,” Hinojosa said.
Along with core animal health products, cattle equipment and equine tack, the company offers show supplies, work apparel, and other accessories.
“In addition to significant catalog mailings throughout the year, customers have access to more than 20,000 items at www.valleyvet.com. Orders are shipped the same day direct to your door,” said Kori Simmons, marketing director.
“We have a wonderful selection of products at the Valley Vet retail store in Marysville, open seven days a week,” according to Abbey Keating, retail store manager.
“On behalf of the Valley Vet team, we extend a welcome to all of our valued customers to come enjoy the informational programs scheduled throughout the two-day event April 5-6,” Keating invited. “With the free lunch daily, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., there will be numerous in-store specials.
“More than $4,000 in door prizes are to be given away, with special prizes to the first 100 customers,” Keating said. Giveaways feature jeans, boots, repeater syringes, equine tack, de-wormers and more.
Dr. Mitchel Blanding, Zoetis Animal Health, will present a spring cattle health discussion at noon on Friday.
Ky Stierwalt, Leedy, Oklahoma, who focuses on raising and selling premium show calves, is to give a cattle fitting demonstration Friday at 3:30.
Saturday at noon, Rick Pope from Zoetis will discuss spring horse health strategies.
Throughout both days, Allflex Tags representatives are to present cattle identification solutions as well as tissue sampling units. Customers purchasing 100 Allflex tags will receive a free tagger.
Discounts up to 20 percent off are to be offered on Western boots, electric clippers, Professional Choice tack, Weaver show supplies and Equibrand gear.
Powder River livestock handling equipment will be featured with a 5 percent discount on purchases, according to Jay Frerking, Valley Vet’s senior livestock specialist.
A saddle fitting and general horse tack demonstration by Circle-Y is scheduled, from 1:00 to 3:00, Saturday afternoon, when the Appreciation Days conclude.
“Come join in the food and fun during the Customer Appreciation Days at Valley Vet Supply in Marysville. That’s this Friday and Saturday, April 5-6,” the owners welcomed.