Life hasn’t been normal, we can all attest, but if we all work together, we will get through this.
Rainbow stores in all four locations are open for business with extra sanitation and precautions for the safety of both our customers and staff. If you want to phone in your orders, we will happily bring them out to your vehicle for you! Rainbow also offers delivery of feeds for both livestock and pets. Just give us a call! Read Rainbow’s Corvid 19 policy >>
There has been some confusion about whether pets can also contract the Corvid 19 virus. Many reliable sources have addressed this issue. The bottom line is, Corvid 19 is not trans-communicable between our animals and humans. Learn more through the links below:
PLEASE NOTE: All VIP Community Vet Clinics will be canceled until further notice
VIP Petcare is dedicated to the health and wellness of pets and the humans who love and care for them. Based on current news, they have made the decision to temporarily suspend veterinary services in all Community Clinics and Wellness Centers as of 3/20. To learn more and receive updates about your local clinic, visit their website.
At this time, in-store sales and events are still going on as planned, with some adjustments.
March 29th Drip Irrigation Sale – $6.99 100’ rolls of ½ tube
CANCELED DUE TO SUPPLY ISSUES – Alfalfa Hay Booking Sale
No Tax Outdoor Power Equipment Sale April 10 & 11 Friday and Saturday – Save on all Outdoor Power Equipment from Stihl, Husqvarna, Honda, BCS and more!
Spring Anniversary Sale May 1, 2, & 3 – Save on Everything in the Stores! This is our biggest sale of the year, with Hot Buys and special deals along with some fun events. You don’t want to miss it!
Our local shelters and rescue organizations are working hard to keep the animals in their care safe and comfortable, but they have had to cut back on some adoption events and other people-intensive activities. Are you home on an extended leave, due to the Corvid 19 shutdown? Isolation is more fun with a dog or cat beside you!
The shelters would love to have some fosters for the dogs and cats. What does fostering actually mean? Bringing a shelter pet into your home for a visit – a few days or more – gives the dog or cat a chance to experience a life that is so different from the shelter. Often an animal who is shut down and afraid in the kennel situation comes alive when given the chance to live in a home situation. This also gives the shelter personnel an insight into the animal’s true nature. The shy, timid dog at the shelter might turn out to be a couch-hog who loves belly rubs, if given the chance. This greatly improves the chances of adoption. If you are interested in fostering, contact your local shelter or rescue group and talk to them. They can help match a shelter pet to your personal situation. We all have some time now, let’s use it to make our community better!
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Trivia – Last month’s question was, What does Dr Sheldon Rubin of the AVMA show us in his video? He shows us how to brush our dog’s teeth! Our winner is Diane Parker, who won a $15 Rainbow Gift Card. Want a Gift Card for yourself? Enter the Trivia Contest!
The March question is, What can greatly improve a shelter pets’ chances of adoption? All correct answers are entered in a random drawing. ENTER HERE.