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Veterinarian Rodney Ayl speaks with a client in an examination room at Pet Emergency Clinics and Specialty Hospital.

Photo by Troy Harvey, Ventura County Star

Veterinarian Rodney Ayl speaks with a client in an examination room at Pet Emergency Clinics and Specialty Hospital.

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  • Veterinarian Rodney Ayl speaks with a client in an examination room at Pet Emergency Clinics and Specialty Hospital.
  • Medical Director Cheryl Braswell asks a technician for help removing a sick dog from its cage to be examined at Pet Emergency Clinics and Specialty Hospital in Thousand Oaks.
  • Chelsea Cummings (left) holds a dog while veterinarian Emi Ohashi (right) performs a routine examination at the clinic.
  • Medical Director Cheryl Braswell (right) performs a checkup on a dog at Pet Emergency Clinics and Specialty Hospital in Thousand Oaks. The clinic received special recognition from the county for the animal care it provides.
  • Chelsea Cummings works with a dog during a routine checkup on a dog at Pet Emergency Clinics and Specialty Hospital in Thousand Oaks.

For more than 30 years, Pet Emergency Clinics and Specialty Hospital has provided emergency medical care for animals in the care of Ventura County Animal Services. The Ventura County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday presented Christopher Frier, veterinarian and president of the clinics, with a proclamation recognizing the organization's contribution to animal welfare.

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