What types of payment do you accept?
We accept cash, debit, most major credit cards and CareCredit.
Do you offer a credit-on-account option for payment?
Unfortunately, we do not have the ability to extend credit on accounts. However, there are various independent companies that are able to offer credit options for your health and wellness needs, including veterinary care. Learn more about CareCredit here.
Do you offer puppy/kitten packages?
Yes we do! We know the costs incurred when first bringing home your new fur-baby can really start to add up. In an effort to help you save money while also staying up-to-date on all the important vaccinations and check-ups, we've bundled services together at a discount. Give our office a call to discuss which package might be best for you and your pet.
Does my pet need a current exam prior to receiving their vaccinations?
Yes they do. And here's why: the veterinary industry is ever-changing and the regulations are becoming stricter. But that's a good thing because keeping your pet safe entails maintaining thorough records and knowing about the pet's health status. We understand that some clients may only be interested in receiving vaccinations at our office instead of developing a long-term relationship. Because of this, we have set aside the first and third Fridays of each month for walk-in vaccinations. No appointment or exam is required on these walk-in days.
Do you accept walk-ins for vaccinations?
Yes we do, on the first and third Fridays of each month. No appointment or current exam is needed for these walk-in days. It is strongly advised to arrive by 4pm since these clinic days can be quite busy and we vaccinate as many patients as we can by closing time.
Can you email a prescription to an outside pharmacy?
Yes, with adequate notice (48 hours) and with current labs on file. This means that we must have current blood work and/or tests on file in order to fulfill any prescription request. Without the proper test results on file, we are unable to verify your pet(s) current health standing (i.e. heartworm negative, proper internal organ function, etc.) and will therefore be unable to complete any prescription requests. It's in your pet's best health interest!