EYE Exam on both days. Saturday, April 23, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday, April 24, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Conducted by Dr. Anne J. Gemensky Metzler, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVO and Dr. Georgina Newbold, DVM, Diplomate ACVO
Prepaid Pre-Registration (non-refundable):
$40 per dog.
Breeds that need to be examined before AND after dilation require an additional $5 and include Australian Shepherd, Basenji, Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Dalmatian: $45.
Day of Clinic Fees:
$45 per dog
Breeds that need to be examined before AND after dilation: $50
You will be contacted by telephone or email to schedule appointment time.
Please check your emails to confirm appointment time! PLEASE NOTE: Our clinics fill up fast — walk-ins will ONLY be worked in when possible. Pre-registration is strongly recommended!
Questions? Contact COKCHealthClinic@gmail.com / Subject Line: COKC 2022 Health Clinic
***PRE-REGISTRATION MUST BE RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE FRIDAY, April 15, 2022***
PLEASE NOTE: OFA Forms will be available for completion at the clinic. You need to bring the following for each dog to be examined:Your dog’s AKC registration number. Your dog’s Microchip number
PLANNING YOUR APPOINTMENT TIME: A dog’s pupils start constricting again within 2-3 hours after drops so dogs with later ring times could be examined first thing in the morning. Pupil dilation does not affect the vision in dogs like it does humans because they do not accommodate (use the muscle in the iris to fine focus their vision). It can make some dogs a little light sensitive until the pupil can constrict some which is more of concern at outdoor shows on sunny days.