Frequently Asked Questions:

Why can't I hold my pet for the doctor during procedures?

Why does my pet have to be in a carrier or on a leash?

Can't you just sell me medications? Why do I need to bring my pet in?

How do I become a veterinarian myself?

Is it safe to feed human foods to my pet?

How do I get my dog registered as a Service Animal?

What's the difference between a Service Animal and a Therapy Animal?

What are your thoughts on microchips?

When should I vaccinate my pet?

What age should my pet be to be spayed or neutered?

I've heard that letting a dog lick a wound helps it heal. Is that true?

Veterinary surgery and anesthesia: Is it really safe?

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Our Financial Policy and Payment Options:

We make every effort to charge reasonable and fair prices while providing the best care available. We are aware of the economic diversity of our clients, and do our best to develop individual treatment or referral plans suiting each case. Estimates for work-up and treatments are available upon request.

We are unfortunately unable to offer delayed billing; payment is expected at time of services. We offer a number of ways to pay for your pet's veterinary needs. We accept cash, checks, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover.

Have you considered pre-paying on your account in small increments to cover your pet's future medical needs? Contact us, and we'll let you know how.

We also accept Care Credit, an interest-free payment program designed exclusively for medical and veterinary expenses. You can apply for Care Credit online before your appointment, or one our receptionists will be happy to help you with your application the day of your visit.

Finally, there are many companies out there that provide pet health care insurance. Use your favorite search engine to get more information.

For general questions, or to sign up for email reminders for your pet's vaccinations, please feel free to contact us at