We have 4 exam rooms where you and your pet can wait to see the doctor. After our receptionist has checked you in, they will escort you back and a technician will come in to get your pets vitals. At that time, the technician will ask you questions regarding why your pet is being seen today, how long has the condition been going on and any other information that is pertinent to the doctor for diagnosing. The technician can provide you with an estimate prior to services if you desire.
Most of our surgeries are done on an outpatient basis. We ask that your pet be dropped off between the hours of 8-8:30 the morning of surgery after being fasted for 12 hours. A surgical estimate will be given at that time, and there will be paperwork for you to sign.
Every pet is cared for as if it were a critical case, and properly monitored before and after surgery until they go home. Most pets will be picked up that same day between the hours of 3 and 5 pm. In some cases, it is necessary for pets to stay overnight for further care. Upon discharge, we will go over any medications, at home care, or suture removals. Should there be any questions or concerns, we welcome you to call and share these with us.
Our pharmacy is stocked with a wide variety of medications, medicated shampoos and prescription diets.
We currently have the ability to take radiographs in house. Our veterinarian, and vet techs are highly trained in the proper radiology techniques.
If your pet has special needs that requires constant care of any infectious viruses, then they will be in our isolation room. We take every precaution to ensure your pet is well cared for while providing a safe, and healthy environment for other sick and critically ill patients.