Please note: New Clinic Hours on Saturday 8am - 1pm.

COVID-19 Status Updates

Starting Monday, March 14th we will be allowing one (1) fully vaccinated client to accompany their pet(s) into the exam room for visits scheduled with the veterinarian.

Clients must show proof of vaccination (min. 2 doses; digital format acceptable) and must wear a mask covering their nose and mouth at all times within the clinic. Our staff are all vaccinated and will also be wearing masks.

Upon arriving, we are still asking that you text us of your arrival and wait in your car for the nurse to escort you inside. With the exception of clients without a car during inclement weather, we will not be allowing clients to wait in the lobby.

Our Blog

We love educating our clients! That’s why we have curated and shared posts filled with helpful information regarding pet care.
RABBIT HEMMORHAGIC DISEASE

RABBIT HEMMORHAGIC DISEASE

WE HAVE THE MEDGENE™ RABBIT HEMMORHAGIC DISEASE (RHDV2) VACCINE! We are on a mission to get as many rabbits vaccinated as soon as possible and have started offering this vaccine during special vaccine clinic days. Our first special rabbit vaccine clinic day was a huge...

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Leptospirosis: What exactly is it?

Leptospirosis: What exactly is it?

When you get a new dog, one of the first things you do is take it to the vet to “get its shots”. Most people remember the core vaccines – distemper (a combination vaccine that guards against four to 5 canine-specific viruses), rabies (required by law in most states),...

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Oh, Christmas Tree!: Keeping Your Cats Safe at Christmas

Oh, Christmas Tree!: Keeping Your Cats Safe at Christmas

Okay, guys, time for a Christmas joke! What do you get when you eat Christmas decorations? Tinselitis! (Pause for laughter)It’s not Christmas without a tree, but cats aren’t cats without a strong sense of curiosity!Alright, that was a bad joke, but Christmas...

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