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Fees and Policies

Fee Structure

Our primary concern is the health of your pet. It is our responsibility to provide your pet with appropriate and humane medical and surgical services. In order to accomplish this, we must have a devoted, quality-minded staff as well as an excellent physical facility. Our fee schedule is structured to support a modern, sanitary hospital that has all of the necessary medical and surgical supplies and equipment required to deliver the highest possible quality veterinary services.

Estimates

It is our policy to prepare a treatment plan fee schedule (estimate) for your review (in advance and in writing) of what your hospital fees will be. Please do not hesitate to request an estimate when you would like one. We do not wish to extend anyone beyond their means. Please do not hesitate to communicate your intentions to your doctor.

Deposit, Balance and Credit Cards

It is customary to pay for veterinary services as they are rendered. A deposit may be requested for hospitalized patients. Your prompt payment is the only means by which this hospital is supported. Unlike human hospitals, we get no government funding or foundation grants.

Credit is extended for your convenience through Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover. We also accept personal checks (driver’s license required) and cash.

Additional Services

Cold Laser Therapy

Just what is cold laser therapy? More and more veterinarians are recommending cold laser therapy as a means to help their patients with acute and chronic medical problems. Commonly known as LLLT, cold or soft laser, it is a form of photo therapy which involves the...

MICROCHIP

A lot of pet parents have their pets micro chipped but do not fully understand the process. The following information is intended to clarify a few missed conceptions. First and most important, A microchip is NOT a tracking device, it does not function like an automobile lojack.

Behavioral Tips

Introducing a New Cat to Your Family

Before introducing cats, it is helpful to understand their natural behavior. Feral cats typically live in matrilineal, related colonies. Male cats may travel among a number of colonies. When an adult female cat enters the colony, they are typically driven away by the... read more