Our Online Pharmacy

We have a fully stocked pharmacy on site to dispense commonly prescribed medications, such as parasite prevention, pain medications, antibiotics, etc.

Hill’s Prescription Diets, Royal Canin Veterinary Diets, and Purina ProPlan Veterinary Diets are available to order.

If you would like your pet’s prescription food or medication delivered directly to your home we offer an online pharmacy through VetSource.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Are you accepting new clients?

Yes! We love welcoming new pets and their families into our community! We are currently accepting new clients and look forward to the opportunity to provide top-notch veterinary care for your beloved pets. Our clinic is known for its warm, friendly environment and personalized approach to pet care. We recommend calling ahead to check for the next available appointment, as our schedule can fluctuate throughout the year. Join our family and let us be a part of your pet’s health journey!

What types of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, check, debit card, credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express), CareCredit, Scratch Pay, Trupanion Vet Direct Pay. For surgeries, we request a surgery deposit amount of $65. Returned check fee is $40.

Do you accept pet insurance?

Yes, we accept Trupanion Vet Direct Pay.

Do I need to give my pets heartworm protection in winter?

Mosquitoes, which transmit heartworm, can survive indoors and in temperate climates during winter. The disease’s transmission can occur in cooler months, and missing doses can leave your pet unprotected. Additionally, year-round treatment is recommended to ensure continuous protection due to the heartworm lifecycle and potential for delayed disease transmission.

Can I get my pet’s flea, tick and heartworm medication from you?

Yes! Our online store is priced economically and competitively. You can also get instant rebates when using it!

Why is diagnostic testing crucial for my pet’s health?

Diagnostic testing plays a vital role in preventive pet health care. It allows for early detection of diseases and conditions, often before your pet shows any symptoms. By identifying issues at an early stage, we can initiate treatment more effectively, which can lead to a better prognosis and a longer, healthier life for your pet.

What types of diagnostic tests are available for pets?

There are a variety of diagnostic tests available for pets, ranging from standard bloodwork and urinalysis to more advanced imaging such as digital radiography and ultrasonography. Each type of test gives insight into different aspects of your pet’s health and can help in diagnosing conditions like diabetes, kidney disease, heart problems, and more.

How often should my pet undergo diagnostic testing?

The frequency of diagnostic testing can depend on several factors including your pet’s age, breed, lifestyle, and health history. Generally, yearly wellness exams include some basic tests, but your veterinarian may recommend more frequent or specialized testing based on your pet’s individual needs.

If your pet is experiencing  specific symptoms or has a known health condition, your veterinarian may recommend additional testing to monitor their progress and adjust treatment plans accordingly.

Is there anything I should do to prepare my pet for diagnostic testing?

Your veterinarian will provide specific instructions if there are any preparations needed for the tests that your pet will undergo. For some blood tests, for instance, your pet may need to fast for several hours beforehand. Always follow the guidance of your veterinary professional to ensure accurate results.

Can diagnostic testing be done during a regular vet visit?

Yes, many diagnostic tests can be performed during a regular visit to the vet. Our on-site laboratory provides prompt results for many common tests. If specialized testing is required, we coordinate swiftly with off-site labs to ensure you receive results as soon as possible.