NEW CONSTRUCTION PROTOCOL

Starting 6/13/22
We are currently offering ONLY curbside service. When you arrive, please park in a spot without a cone. There are signs in each parking space with our phone number to call or text to let us know where you are parked. A staff member will contact you shortly with further instructions. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to improve our facility for our wonderful clients and patients.

OUR REFERRAL PROGRAM: Are you a current client that has referred someone to our practice? If so, have them include your name on their new client form and you will receive $20 off your next visit with us!
*Referral must come from a current client

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Why You Should Microchip Your Pet

Why You Should Microchip Your Pet

Why You Should Microchip Your Pet   Losing your four-legged friend is any pet owner's worst nightmare. However, with the aid of a microchip, you can greatly increase your chances of a happy reunion. Here are three reasons why you should schedule an appointment to...

How Heartworms are Transmitted in Pets

How Heartworms are Transmitted in Pets

How Heartworms are Transmitted in Pets   While you may be aware that heartworms are transferred to pets through mosquito bites, you may not be aware that mammals are also an important component of the heartworm life cycle. We're talking about how vital your pet...

Respecting Your Cat’s Unique Nature

Respecting Your Cat’s Unique Nature

On March 28, we celebrate Respect Your Cat Day. While proud felines typically demand our respect and unwavering devotion every day of the year, make it a point to cater to their unique needs on their noteworthy holiday. Try the following ways to show your cat that you...

How to Brush Your Pet’s Teeth

How to Brush Your Pet’s Teeth

Brushing your pet’s teeth should be something you do every day. By brushing your pet’s teeth daily, you can reduce the amount of oral bacteria and plaque in their mouth and help keep pet dental disease at bay. Follow these five steps to get started.    Step 1:...