Top Dogs Get Top Treatment at Canine Corps Health Clinic

The amazing service dogs that protect us every day will receive free health check-ups from some of the top veterinarians and animal health specialists in the Tristate. The Cincinnati Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) is again teaming with UC Blue Ash College to host the 25th Annual Canine Corps Health Clinic.

This is Gus, the Cincinnati Police Dog that is responsible for sniffing out explosives.

The event will be held on Sunday, December 2, 2018, from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. in the Veterinary Technology building on the UC Blue Ash College campus (9555 Plainfield Road in Blue Ash).

More than 50 working canines from law enforcement and search and rescue agencies throughout the area will be treated at the clinic. The preventative care includes a series of specialty exams focused on the needs of these particular working dogs. Local specialists in orthopedics, hearing, vision, dentistry, and skin health will thoroughly evaluate the dogs. The canines will also receive a cardiac ultrasound and an abdominal ultrasound as screening tests. IDEXX Laboratories is donating all of the lab services for the event. The total value for all these services and examinations approaches $1,500 per dog. Read More