Our Clinic

When a pet enters our clinic, their health and well-being becomes our primary concern.

Our clinic first opened its doors in the summer of July 2016 in hopes to help optimize and preserve your pet's health. We are an innovative clinic specializing in small animal care such as Dogs and Cats, as well as our furry pocket pets; Rabbits, Hamsters, Guinea pigs, Skinny pigs, Hedgehogs etc. We also see all types of birds such a Cockatiels, Parrots, Love Birds etc.  ...

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Appointment Request

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Prescription Refill

Please fill out the information below concerning your pet's refill medication. Please allow 72 hours in between order and pick up.

Food Order

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  • Boarding

    If you're planning a vacation and can't bring your family pet along, we offer safe, reliable pet boarding services. With highly trained and knowledgeable staff, your pet will receive the quality care that they deserve.

  • Training

    Pets and people speak different languages, and closing that verbal gap can be extremely difficult, especially in cases where pets exhibit undesirable behaviors that result in stress and frustration. Obedience training provides pet owners with the tools necessary to successfully control pet behavior.

  • Grooming

    We offer pet grooming services to help your pet look their best. Our groomer take exceptional care of your pet and extend their services to all ages, sizes, and breeds. With numerous services and options, you can tailor your pet's grooming treatment to your specific desires.


a pet for you

  • There is a reason why they say dogs are man's best friend; nothing beats coming home to a wagging tail and friendly face. Prior to dog ownership, it is important to understand the responsibilities that coincide with being a canine owner.


  • Cats are one of the most common domestic pets. They are exceptionally intelligent and can provide affection and entertainment. The average feline lifespan ranges from 13 to 26 years, so everyone considering the purchase of a cat should be prepared for a long-term commitment.


  • Rabbits are often believed to be a low-maintenance pet; this is a common misconception. Rabbits are a rewarding pet that take time and interaction in order to really bond with their owner. Similar to cats and dogs, they also require regular veterinary exams and should be spayed or neutered.


  • Birds have many different qualities that make them an ideal pet. Some species make great companions and model first pets, teaching both responsibility and caretaking. Other types are very high-maintenance and require careful grooming, meticulous handling, and special diets.


  • A pet ferret can be one of the most loyal, cuddly, and loving pets available but could also be one of the most finicky. With a shorter lifespan of 8 to 10 years, it is recommended that ferrets be spayed or neutered to prevent major health risks that would shorten their lives.


  • Pocket pets are a perfect option for families that are not ready for the responsibilities of a dog or cat, or who have limited space in their home.




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