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ACVO® and Stokes Pharmacy® Prepare for 9th Annual National Service Animal Eye Exam Event - Service animal owners and handlers can register April 1-30 for a free screening eye exam this May

The goal of the ACVO/StokesRx National Service Animal Eye Exam Event is to provide as many free screening exams as possible to eligible Service Animals across the U.S. and Canada throughout the month of May. Service Animals including: guide, handicapped assistance, detection, military, search and rescue, and certified-current, registered therapy animals, that all selflessly serve the public.


To qualify, Service Animals must be "active working animals" that were certified by a formal training program or organization, or are currently enrolled in a formal training program. The certifying organization could be national, regional or local in nature. Owners/agents for the animal(s) must FIRST register the animal via an online registration form beginning April 1 at Registration ends April 30. Once registered online, the owner/agent will receive a registration number and will be allowed access to a list of participating ophthalmologists in their area. Then, they may contact a specialist to schedule an appointment, which will take place during the month of May. Times may vary depending on the facility and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis, so clients should try to register and make appointments early.


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