Thank you for choosing our hospital to care for your pet! Whether you are new to us, new to the area, or new to pet ownership, our goal is to provide outstanding veterinary care for your pet(s). We have listed below several key pieces of information for you about our practice below. You may also review our website that provides useful information about our practice and the preventive care needs of your pet. We are more than happy to answer any additional question during our normal business hours.
Our office hours are:
Monday thru Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday Closed
Our 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. hours provide an opportunity to drop your pet off for Exams, Dentistry, and Surgeries. Clients may also use this time to purchase medicines, foods, or other supplies. Daily appointments begin at 8a.m. Please allow for 15-20 minutes of time to complete consent forms when dropping your pets off for services.
Our Urgent care/ Walk-in hours are extremely popular and often stay busy, so it is a good idea to make appointments whenever possible. Urgent care / Walk-in hour are typically 9am-3pm with a break between 12 and 1pm. Though we do our best to minimize wait times, our walk-in will often have wait times as these visits are fit in between our scheduled appointments, additional fees apply for urgent care/walk-ins. For full details Click Here
Patients are seen by appointment, but walk-ins are welcome. Pets are seen in the following order: Life Threatening Emergencies, Appointments, Urgent Care Walk-ins, Wellness Walk-ins
Pets enrolled in the Premier Pet Program do have appointment and walk-in preference. If you prefer to see a particular veterinarian, please let us know when you call for an appointment. In an emergency or for urgent care/walk-in visits, the first available veterinarian will see your pet, but we make every effort to accommodate your preferences
After Hours Emergency:
One of our doctors is available after hours for phone or text consultation for any questions and/or concerns you may have regarding your pets health care needs. The number is recorded on the answering system and subject to change. If it is determined your pet does need immediate attention you will be referred to the appropriate local emergency veterinary hospital that can care for your pet.
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