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Oak Park Animal Hospital Offers Safe and Comfortable Pet Boarding Services

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When traveling away from home, Oak Park Animal Hospital can attend to all of your pet's needs in a caring, professional setting.

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OAK PARK, IL, July 11, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Thanks to Oak Park Animal Hospital, pet owners can have peace of mind when away from their animals knowing their pet is receiving optimal care and personalized attention from a dedicated team of animal specialists and veterinarians. In addition to quality veterinarian services, the highly regarded animal hospital offers expansive boarding, day care and basic grooming for your pet in a clean, safe and caring environment.

"Whether you're at work during the day or going on an extended business trip or vacation, Oak Park Animal Hospital can tend to all of your pet's needs. We know that your pet is a part of your family, so when you are unable to be with them, you can entrust them to Oak Park pet boarding to provide the same high standard of care," said Dr. A. Bascharon.

Oak Park Animal Hospital's pet boarding works under the close supervision of a veterinary staff to ensure all pets are healthy and happy for their entire stay. In addition to boarding, the Oak Park pet hospital also offers day care so that pets can receive caring attention, exercise and play while owners are working.

In addition to general pet boarding in Oak Park, Oak Park Animal Hospital also has a dedicated team of specialists for exotic animals and is now offering pet boarding for birds, reptiles, ferrets, hamsters, mice, rats rabbits, pigs, snakes, turtles, snakes, lizards and other exotic pets.

Oak Park Animal Hospital offers a full range of veterinary services to care for your pet. In addition to pet boarding, services offered include canine services, animal dental care, diagnostic services, exotic pet services, feline services, grooming, surgical pet care, wellness exams, senior pet care, vaccines and preventative care, microchip identification, nutritional and behavioral counseling, dermatology and adoption services.

Pet owners interested in learning more about Oak Park Animal Hospital and its pet boarding services can visit their comprehensive website. The site features an array of helpful information related to animal health care including service descriptions, new client information and forms, convenient online appointment requesting, staff bios and more. Additionally, new and potential clients gain access to a full online pet care library, which offers a range of helpful information including how to choose a pet, coping with pet loss, and health information for dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, small animals and reptiles.

Clients can visit the hospital's website to take advantage of special promotions including: first visit savings, free bath service, free ear cleaning or nail trim service, and surgery or dental discounts. Walk-ins are also always welcome.

To learn more about Oak Park pet boarding or to schedule an appointment for your pet, call 708-383-5542 or visit www.oakparkanimalhospital.com today.

About Oak Park Animal Hospital, LTD:
With two animal hospital locations, Dr. Amin Bascharon hopes to be able to always provide the care a person's pet needs no matter where they are located. Each location offers the same superior care and services, including pet boarding. Dr. Amin Bascharon is a hospital director and has over 35 years of experience in addition to being a licensed veterinarian in over 10 states. At Oak Park Animal Hospital, LTD, Dr. Bascharon consults and mentors all doctors and staff to deliver the very best of service and care for all pets. Working alongside Dr. Bascharon are Drs. Donna Novak, Dina Bascharon, James Bascharon and Erica Hansen. Together, this team of veterinarians works to maintain healthy happy pets with their families.

Media Contact:
Dr. Amin Bascharon
contactus@oakparkanimalhospital.com
242 Madison Street
Oak Park, IL 60302
(708) 383-5542
http://www.oakparkanimalhospital.com

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