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Exploring the possibilities

We would like to expand our services where they benefit you most

Dear friends,

The Animal Medical Hospital at Glenwood would like to do more for you. In an effort to offer the highest quality experience for your pets, we would appreciate your input on the following new service ideas.

DOGGIE DAYCARE - A fun and interactive day camp for your dog with a variety of activities and close supervision by an AMH team member.

REHABILITATION POOL - A pool that would serve to help our orthopedic surgery patients by allowing low impact swimming, for a faster recovery. When not in use for rehabilitation, the pool would be open for fun swim time for the dogs at day care or client’s dogs.

PICK UP AND DROP OFF SERVICES FOR BOARDING, GROOMING AND VETERINARY PATIENTS - Do you find it difficult to get your pet to us? We are considering offering pick up and drop off services.

DELIVERY OF FOOD AND MEDICATIONS - Do you find it difficult to pick up medications? We are considering local medication delivery.

CANINE AND HUMAN EXERCISE CLASSES – A fun guided group workout that keeps you and your canine friend in top physical shape.

CANINE AGILITY CLASSES - Are you interested in teaching your dog to run the weave poles and the tunnel?

CANINE OBEDIENCE CLASSES - Teach your dog how to be a well-mannered member of your family with a professional trainer working with our practice.

New patients receive $25 off their first visit.

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Animal Medical Hospital Glenwood


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