New Clients and Patients
Welcome to Animal Clinic of Chardon!
- We know that choosing the right veterinarian for your pet can be a challenging process. Your first visit to a new clinic can sometimes be stressful with wondering what to expect, forms to complete, and trusting new people to take care of your beloved pet. Please download our "Welcome Letter" to learn more about our practice.
- Our Dr.'s and support staff work together as a team to provide the best possible healthcare for your pet. We encourage you to download the "New Patient Registration Form" prior to your pet's appointment.
- If you are bringing your pet in for a Preventive Care Exam, please download our Preventive Care Questionnaire. If it is a Medical Exam, please download our Medical Questionnaire.
- Click HERE To schedule an appointment or call us at 440.285.9191.
- If you have any medical history on your pet, please have it faxed or emailed to us prior to the appointment. This will help us in determining your pet's needs.
I was very blessed to have ACOC take care of my beloved lab, Gracie. She suffered from allergies for many years and as she became older had other health concerns. We become frequent visitors to the clinic and everyone always cared for her and loved her like I did. Recently, Gracie passed away unexpectedly. My heart has been torn, but even with her passing, the staff at ACOC has been supportive and caring. I recently received a beautiful keepsake from ACOC that reminds me daily of the wonderful times I had with her. I am so grateful to the staff for the care, affection and support that was always shown to Gracie and I (my son also). Without ACOC, Gracie last years wouldn't have been as peaceful as they were. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I miss her more than words can express, but am grateful for all that you did!!!!
Dr. Tom, your card with such kind words regarding Kada's passing means a great deal to us...we appreciate all you do and have done for all of us...wishing you all a Very Merry Christmas and a wonderful 2013! ps thanks so much for the paw prints...very special!
Amazing clinic! Every staff member makes you feel welcome and truly cares for their patients. They all take the time to make sure that we understand everything going on with our "kid's" care.
First rate, Caring people. Absolutely Recommend
Moved to Mayfield Village & started going to other vets. What a mistake! Making the drive back to Chardon now with my 6 cats and 1 dog because The Animal Clinic is the best!
Have been going to this clinic since 1990....we thought it was good with last owner/vet...even better now. If you want the very best of care, this is the clinic for your pets!
Heartworm disease is a severe and potentially fatal disease caused by parasitic worms. Heartworms are transmitted by mosquitoes. The worms live in the heart and arteries of the lungs primarily of dogs but can also infect cats and other mammals. Heartworms can easily be prevented by using a monthly preventative. Visit the American Heartworm Society Website to learn more about heartworms. Call our office information and for current specials on monthly heartworm preventatives.
All about Cats
- Indoor Cat Initiative from Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine
- Fab Cats Non profit organization with expertise in feline treatment, both in the veterinary field and cat care in general.
- Feline Chronic Renal Failure Information Center
- Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine The feline health center at Cornell University
- Catalyst Council A coalition of the veterinary community, academia, nonprofits, industry and animal welfare organizations.
Lost Pets/Disaster Preparedness/Animal Welfare
- Disaster Preparedness for Pets and Their Families
- Humane Society of the United States
- Ohio Animal Health Foundation
Pet Health & Behavior Information
- Veterinary Partner.com The world's first and largest online veterinary database and community
- Pets Matter AAHA Newsletter
- Pets With Disabilities.org Education, support, rescue, shelter, wheelchair assistance
- The Behavior Clinic - Animal Behavior of Northeast Ohio, local DVM Behaviorist
- Cerenia (motion sickness in dogs)
- Pet Dental Pets need dental care, too!
Pets & Children
- The Companion Animal Parasite Council A non-profit organization of veterinarians and parasitologists dedicated to protecting your family and your pets from parasites and zoonotic disease
Pet Bond & Grievance Support
- Honoring the Bond Ohio State Veterinary School support for companion animal owners
- American Veterinary Medical Association
- American Kennel Club
- Ohio Veterinary Medical Association
- Morris Animal Foundation Helping pets with cancer
Wildlife & Exotic/ "Pocket Pet" Pet Information
- Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center Lake Metroparks wildlife rehabilitation center
- American Fancy Rat & Mouse Association
- House Rabbit Society
- Oxbow Animal Health General Nutrition and Health
- Ferret Central Ferret information
Other Helpful Sites
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