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What is your COVID-19 Policy? 

Our building is operating normally.


  • When you arrive, please come inside to check in at the front desk. 

  • Between 8:00am - 8:30am Monday through Thursday, our priority is SURGERY and DENTAL DROPOFF. 

  • When our lobby is at full capacity, all others will be asked to wait in their vehicles for an exam room.

  • Masks are optional but recommended for unvaccinated clients per CDC guidelines. 


What are your walk-in hours?

We see walk-ins on a limited basis Monday - Saturday.

 We cannot 100% guarantee your patient can be seen same day. Please call ahead before arriving!

MON - THURS: Our SURGERY and DENTAL drop-offs are priority before walk-ins for checking in between 8am - 8:30am.

Please note that appointments are priority and that we only have 1 doctor seeing patients every morning, Wed and Fri afternoons and 2 doctors seeing patients Mon, Tues, and Thurs afternoons. Every day can have an extended wait time of 2 -4 hours due to a high volume of walk-ins.


What types of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, personal checks, debit, credit, ScratchPay and CareCredit. Payment is due in full at the time of service.


Are you accepting new patients?

Yes, we are currently accepting new patients. When visiting us for the first time, please bring any prior medical records and/or vaccine history from other clinics.

Our new patient form can be found HERE. Please take a few minutes to fill it out ahead of time for easier check-in.


I am a new patient, what should I expect?

When you arrive, our receptionists will get you checked in and have you fill out new client paperwork. You can fill it out ahead of time by clicking HERE.

After checking in, a technician will bring you into an exam room and get everything ready for the doctor. 

Next, the doctor will do a physical exam and address any concerns you have with your pet. 


When do you perform surgeries and dentals?

We currently perform surgeries MON, TUES, and THURS mornings and dentals on TUES and THURS mornings. 

All patients must be seen by a doctor before scheduling a procedure and be at least 5-6 months of age at the time of the operation for routine spays or neuters.

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