Aaron Animal Clinic’s Free Holiday Exam program for the pets of seniors and low income owners was a success again this year. Because so many people commented on what a wonderful program it is, the clinic has decided to extend the program through March. Dr. Sheik Rahman DVM has been hosting this program for over a decade.
Because February is National Dental Health month for pets, the Clinic will also be offering reduced dental rates for the month. The reduced rates will include ultrasonic cleaning, polishing and application of fluoride treatment.
Dr. Rahman recommends a yearly dental check-up and teeth cleaning as necessary. It’s important to keep your pet’s teeth in good condition, because the build-up of plaque and tartar harbor bacteria that can cause heart, liver and kidney disease. See the articles listed below about pet dental health for more information on how to care for your pet’s teeth.
Please help spread the word to seniors and other pet owners in need of assistance so they can take advantage of this great program.
Dr. Rahman also offers year round discounts to any pet that has been adopted from the Parma Animal Shelter and gives free initial exams and rabies vaccinations to any pet that has been adopted from any other local shelter.
In addition to providing veterinary care for cats and dogs, the clinic cares for a wide variety of pets, including iguanas, birds, ferrets, rabbits and other exotics.
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