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       When you gone to your Dentist or to your Doctor visits and the staff asked you about your next appointment? A year from now? That is just too far out! At first you may think that you have no idea what you will be doing in a year, but let's face it:
We are ALL busy and we all FORGET to schedule our appointments.

This is no different for our pets. Have you run into that situation where you are going out of town in a few days and your pet needs their vaccines updated before they can be boarded? Or has your senior pet needed their semi-annual visit and it wasn't on your calendar already? 
       
         This is how Forward Booking can help! 
You will not have to worry about when your pet's next annual appointment is because it will be scheduled a year in advance. You also have the piece of mind that we will send you a reminder a month before and confirm your appointment the week that they are due. If you need to change the date and time, we can help you with that as well. 

Why has Hazel Dell Animal Hospital chosen to use Forward Booking? 
It is simple: Better patient care! 
We strive to make sure that we are doing the best for our patients and annual exams are just one of several ways to ensure that our pets get the best care at the right time.

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