DeJohn Pet Services Hosts Pet Health & Wellness Clinic on September 23

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DeJohn Pet Services welcomes the community to a free Pet Health & Wellness Clinic on Sunday, September 23rd from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., with Holistic Care for Your Pets at 2:00 p.m. and a Pet CPR review at 3:00 p.m. The Pet Clinic will be held in the community room at DeJohn Funeral Home at 28890 Chardon Road in Willoughby Hills – and while we love to see your pets, please leave them at home for this event.

Dr. Neal Sivula from Dancing Paws Animal Wellness Center will focus on new treatments and trends in holistic pet care including general overview of holistic care, veterinary acupuncture, veterinary chiropractic and CBD background, uses and legalities. Additionally, Dr. Paul Ramsey of Animal Medical Center of Euclid is returning to also present a review of Pet CPR.

“While we care deeply for our pets, there are numerous new treatments we read about online or hear on the news. Holistic care has come a long way in pet care and we are excited to have Dr Sivula enlighten us with his expertise and knowledge,” said Ross DeJohn Jr., Chief Executive Officer and Funeral Director for more than 25 years.

DeJohn Pet Services proudly hosts the clinic in partnership with Dancing Paws Animal Wellness Center, Animal Medical Center of Euclid, Cold Nose Companions, K-9 Kingdom, Squad FiftyOne Pet Medical Transport, 911 Dog Rescue Inc/Amy’s Adoptables, and Spoiled Dog Boss, A Dog’s Life and Canine Affair Center.

While the clinic is free, donations will be accepted for the Geauga Dog Warden.

“We’re happy to support the Geauga Dog Warden. Not only do they respond to complaints but they also care for stray dogs until they are reclaimed by their owner or find a new forever home. The Dog Warden gives excellent care to our lost pets and should receive greater recognition for the good work they do,” added Sherri DiPietro of DeJohn Pet Services.

Guests are encouraged to bring their spouse, family, friends and anyone who may want to learn more about new holistic treatments for their pets and pet CPR.

Pet Health & Wellness Clinic is free to attend but registration is required. RSVP online at DeJohn Pet Services or call 216-658-9010. Seating is limited.

About DeJohn Funeral Homes & Crematory – DeJoh Pet Services

For nearly 150 years, DeJohn-Flynn-Mylott Funeral Home and Crematory has been supporting Northeast Ohio families as an open, caring and dedicated partner as they experience dealing with death and celebrating a life that is most significant to them. Whether making plans for a current loss or pre-planning for the future, we are here to guide our clients through the options and details to honor each individual. For more information, visit DeJohn-Flynn-Mylott Funeral Home and Crematory  – DeJohn Pet Services – or call 440-516-5555.


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