NEW PATIENTS RECEIVE 50% OFF THEIR PET'S FIRST EXAM FEE.
Just mention this offer to our receptionist upon your first visit.
Once you have made an appointment for your pet to have a surgical or dental procedure, please follow these instructions. Thank you.
For elective surgeries, such as spays and neuters, please give your pet a bath two to three days before the scheduled procedure. Keep in mind that your pet may not be able to have a bath until sutures are removed which is usually two weeks after the surgery.
Please have your pet up to date on flea control. If your pet is found to have fleas, a Capstar will be administered at the owner's expense.
Please do not feed you pet any food or treats after midnight the night before the scheduled surgery. Small amounts of water are fine, but nothing to eat.
Drop off is between 8:00 and 9:00 am the day of the surgery, unless other arrangements are made. Please be prepared for a check in procedure that takes at least 15 minutes. If you need to speak to the veterinarian before the surgery, this process may take longer.
If your pet is on medications, please bring them with you in case your pet has to stay longer than expected.