Pet health = your health

. June 1, 2017.
pet-health

You should never be forced to consider cost when dealing with a loved one’s health issues— and that includes pets. The Community Pet Care Clinic seeks to remove financial barriers from the conversation by setting up a special fund for pet owners. The pet hospital offers competitive rates for all and a portion of all services rendered goes towards assisting those who can’t afford treatments for their pets. While the services aren’t free, the clinic does work to minimize the burden or create a reasonable repayment schedule. Pets really can do wonders for extending the health and wellness of their owners and shouldn’t be exclusive to people with disposable income. Everyone deserves some of the joy that comes from owning a pet. To see if you qualify, contact the vet office.

8am-6pm, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday; 11am-7pm, Tuesday; 8am-1pm, Saturday.

4808 S. Detroit Ave. 419-214-1560 | communitypetcareclinic.com

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