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CRCTC Eye Clinic


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Dr. Paul Scherlie Jr., DVM, Diplomate ACVO will perform eye exams at the Quarles Residence, 24491 S. Larkin Road, Beavercreek, OR 97004.

Exam registrations taken 10:00 - 12:00. Cost: $20.

Appointments will be on a more-or-less first-come, first-served basis. Please expect to allow 15 minutes for eye dilation prior to exam. Multiple dogs from the same home can be scheduled back-to-back to make it easier for you to get them all done at once.

Based on what is known from research, pet Cairn Terriers over the age of two should be checked every year for signs of ocular melanosis and for eye disease generally until they are at least 13 years old. The exams are painless and take only a few minutes. If you read the attached information we think you’ll agree that regular eye health screenings are important for our own dogs’ health and well-being, as well as for our breed’s future.

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We are also very interested in dog over the age of 12 who screen clear for Ocular Melanosis. See this 2011 OM Update and DNA Request.

By offering these clinics we’re doing our best to make it affordable, easy, and fun to get this important screening done, for everyone from the owner of a single pet, to active breeders. We are grateful to Dr. Scherlie for his time and contribution of reduced fees to support our efforts.

See you on November 5!

(Non-Cairn breeds are also welcome.)

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