Convenient & Affordable
Preventive Pet Care
We provide affordable, convenient, preventive veterinary care and wellness services to ensure your pet is healthy year-round.
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The best way to ensure your pet lives a healthy, happy life is to take a proactive approach to their health and wellness. Every animal has unique needs, so we offer a variety of ways for you to get necessary, non-emergency care that’s right for you and right for them.
Stop in with your pet for a specific vaccination, diagnostic test or service—there are no appointment costs or office visit fees, so you only pay for what you really need.
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Keep your pet up to date on core, vet-recommended vaccinations with one of our bundled service packages—and save a bundle while you’re at it!
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Pet Wellness Plans
With these exclusive benefits, you can be proactive and keep up with your pet’s constantly-changing needs plus avoid easily preventable diseases.
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Your pet’s health is always our number one priority—however, we are not an emergency clinic.
Our focus is on preventive care to promote lifelong wellness.
What Pet Parents Say About Us
This was the absolute BEST vet experience I have ever had! I’ve already recommended the location to three people who have said they’re going to go!
Very clean, friendly knowledgeable staff, answered all questions and very quick service.
The staff is EXCELLENT! They were friendly, helpful, and gentle with my dog.
Understanding your pet’s health needs is no small task. Our national team of veterinarians is here to help with tried-and-true tips and expert advice so you can take control of your pet’s health!
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