Partial Reopening

Partial Reopening

Thank you to all of our amazing clients for such grace and understanding during this crazy time. Our (now) very small staff has been working tirelessly to make sure that every animal is getting the great care they always have gotten, and deserve.  We will be partially...

Covid-19 Hospital Update

We are still not allowing clients in the building. Clients are expected to wait outside the clinic during their pet’s appointment. Appointments are not drop-off appointments unless scheduled explicitly as a drop-off. We are a small clinic and cannot keep...
Signs of Illness in Exotic Pets

Signs of Illness in Exotic Pets

RECOGNIZABLE SIGNS OF ILLNESS IN EXOTIC PETS Sadly, by the time most exotic pets are brought to see us, they are very ill or severely injured and have little chance for a full recovery. Like dogs and cats, exotic pets will instinctively hide signs of their illness or...
What A Year!

What A Year!

We continue to be inspired by and grateful to all of you for the love and care you show, and allow us to share in, for your pets. The changes we have made to keep everyone safe have been challenging to all of us and we are so appreciative of your patience and...
October is Pet Dental Month

October is Pet Dental Month

Happy Autumn!  We are pleased to promote 10% off a complete oral health evaluation, assessment, and dental cleaning during the month of October.  Good oral health can eliminate lingering bad breath, prevent periodontal disease and painful infections.  Proper dental...
Preparing Your Pet for Your Return to Work

Preparing Your Pet for Your Return to Work

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has the following advice for preparing your pet for your return to work.   The AVMA recommends the following seven steps to get pets ready for your return to work: Slowly introduce your workday routines— The AVMA...
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