Before Your Visit
- Locate prior medical records as well as past health or treatment information about your pet if you have any. The more we know about your pet, the better we can serve you. We may also ask you to bring a fresh stool sample so we can check for parasites. When you call to make an appointment, ask if there are any forms you can fill out ahead of time to help make your visit goes as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
When You Arrive
- Because this is an unfamiliar environment for your pet, please bring dogs on a short leash and cats and other small animals in a secure carrier. For routine appointments, the vet may weigh your pet, perform a physical exam, and talk to you about your pet's behavior and needs.
Care and Follow-Up
- With your veterinarian, you can decide on the best treatment plan for your pet. This may include vaccinations, spay / neutering, microchipping, scheduling follow-up appointments, or guidance regarding home care or other resources that may help your pet.
It takes more than a vet to make sure your pet pals have what they need to stay healthy and happy. Below are links to other resources you may find helpful. We are here to help you find what you need.