Low cost veterinary care on March 3 at Camp Bow Wow

Low cost veterinary care on March 3 at Camp Bow Wow
Camp Bow Wow loves your pets.

Camp Bow Wow dog boarding and doggie daycare in Bedford Heights is beginning a new service on March 3, 2012 from 9 am – 12 pm. They will be hosting visits by Value Pet Care Veterinary Services, a mobile pet clinic at their camp location at 23380 Aurora Rd. in Bedford Heights.

Dr. Metz of Value Pet Care is a state licensed veterinarian offering low cost exams, vaccination, diagnostics, heartworm testing, and prescription medications for minor ailments to dogs and cats.

Value Pet Care is also excited to participate in Camp Bow Wow’s “Wag More/ Weigh Less” program. If you haven’t had time to have the recommended exam, you can have your Camper examined for a nominal fee. Weigh-ins are free!

Cat and Ferret owners are also welcome to bring their pets in for services. Camp Bow Wow strongly suggest using a carrier. There will be a private exam room for the safety of all pets.

No appointment is necessary. Services are CASH ONLY.


  • DA2PPv $ 17.99
  • DA2PPv+L $ 18.99
  • Bordetella $ 16.00
  • Rabies $ 15.00
  • Roundworms - Deworming $ 12.00
  • Tapeworms - Deworming $ 15.00
  • Lyme Disease Vaccine $ 30.00
  • Heartworm Test $25.00 Microchip $ 34.99


  • Distemper (4 in 1) $ 18.99
  • Distemper w/Leukemia $ 29.99
  • Rabies $ 15.00
  • Roundworms $ 12.00
  • Tapeworms $ 15.00
  • FeLV/FIV Test $ 35.00
  • Microchip $ 34.99

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