Categorically left over but no less important!y
What would you do?
You have been living and working in a town for more than 5 years and most days things seem to be going well. But sometimes you feel like you are only doing enough to just get by. You’ve tried reaching out to your support network, but everyone is too busy. What would you do to pick yourself up?
If you haven’t already done it, keep your service dog in tip top shape by checking for vision problems. Their eyesight is crucial to the safety and well-being of the dog and handler. A veterinary ophthalmologist examines the eyes for abnormalities. The aim is to identify problems early. Some may need to be treated to prevent or delay progression. The exam usually takes about 10-25 minutes and catches cataracts, glaucoma and retinal disease.
Durable Medical Goods Exchange
Please call an office near you to make donations of durable medical items you no longer use or see if there is something you may need! Explain your needs and our trained staff may know the perfect item that will help you!
James Pickard in Moscow 208-883-0523
Valerie Johnson in Idaho Falls 208-529-8610
Todd Wilder in Boise 208-336-3335