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Free vet services offered at CJH
by Amielle Pamo

A pet products manufacturer and distributor brought the “Dog Care on Wheels” at Camp John Hay, Baguio City, in celebration of its 20th year.

During the event held recently, Pet One provided free veterinary amenities to interested pet owners.

It also provided other services such as physical checkup, anti-rabies vaccination for the first 100 dogs or cats, and multivitamins supplementation for all pets.

Basic pet grooming was also made available for every membership or for those who purchased Pet One products.

Basic grooming services include nail cutting and filling, ear cleaning and shaving, brushing, and trimming fur.

Bea Hermano, Pet One marketing associate, said close to a hundred pet owners registered during the event and almost 150 dogs were accommodated in Pet One’s free services.

He said that the Dog Care on Wheels aims to advocate res-ponsible pet ownership and rabies control.

“We want them to know how we can take care of our pet better,” she said.

Dog Care on Wheels was established in 2005 and Pet One members travel to different areas in the country like Butuan, Quezon City, and now in Baguio City all the way from Manila to impart proper care for pets.

Hermano said that the usual problems found during the general physical checkup is the presence of ticks and flees, although the pets brought to their events are usually healthy.

She added that if the pet have an illness, they become unfit for anti-rabies vaccination since it can worsen the illness.

Pet One held the event is in partnership with the City Veterinary Office and Naguilian Veterinary Clinic.


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