Posted September 27, 2018 10:09:12 When Animal Care and Control (ACCC) first started its Animal Clinic program, it wasn’t known as a place for the squeamish.
It was more of a “treats” program, with some animals being taken to the clinic for medical testing.
Animal Clinic’s new website promises that “animals in need of urgent care will not only get what they need, but will also receive special treats.”
While the clinic will no longer refer animals to other health facilities, it has expanded its outreach.
ACCC has expanded to include the following animal care clinics: Animal Clinic, Inc., 609 W. Second St., Suite 300, Chicago, IL 60618.
Animal Care Center, 719 S. LaSalle Ave., Chicago, Ill 60616.
Animal Health Center, 1350 W. Milwaukee Ave., Suite 200, Chicago and Northbrook, IL 60014.
Animal Services, 1133 N. Wabash Ave., Madison, WI 53703.
Animal Rehabilitation Services, 715 N. Milwaukee, Suite 100, Chicago.
The Animal Clinic website is still not updated, but ACCC did not respond to a request for comment on whether the clinic had changed its name.
The Animal Clinic was a popular pet food store, but it closed in the summer of 2018.
Now that ACCC is expanding, it is no longer available for pet food shopping.
ACPC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has received many awards and accolades, including “Best Humane Society” and “Best Animal Clinic.”
ACCC says that “while we are proud of the work we have done to help animals throughout our organization, we cannot take our animal care program for granted.”