In keeping with our commitment to provide excellent patient care, we are excited to introduce a New and User Friendly online service, ePetHealth. This technology offers you 24/7 online access to your pet’s medical information. This service allows you to view or print the necessary information needed in an emergency, when traveling, boarding or taking classes.
Here are a few additional benefits.
How Do I Get Started?
To begin using the service simply visit ePetHealth.com or click on the link https://epethealth.com/home/indexi/bah31903. Provide an Email address, and click the 'first-time login?' link located in the Login section. Next, you will be emailed an activation link and guided through the registration process. You will be asked to create a private password and select a secret question and answer you wish to use. Finally, an email will be sent to you confirming that your account is active and you can begin accessing the great features of your portal.
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