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This means that we have a veterinarian and patient care staff on duty in the building 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 365 days a year. This means that our staff is here and the clinic is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year. So that you can call us any time of day or night, bring your pet in for an examination any time of the day or night, and your hospitalized patient is never left alone in the hospital without supervision and care.

As a 24 hour veterinary hospital we perform all the usual services that clients expect from their veterinary hospital such as vaccinations, food sales, nail trims, spay and neuter surgeries, diagnosis and treatment of routine ailments and illnesses. But we also have the ability to care for your sick or in need pet any time of the day or night. We generally book routine veterinary appointments from 9 am-9 pm 7 days a week and see walk in appointments the rest of the time.

  • Physical examinations for cats, dogs, and small mammals.
  • We can collect blood, urine, feces and other samples which we then transport to either 4 Paws Veterinary Hospital or an appropriate diagnostic laboratory for testing. Your Veterinarian will let you know what the results are as soon as we get them.
  • Routine Vaccinations for healthy pets, litters of puppies and kittens, multiple pet households.
  • Senior pet wellness exams and preventive medicine consultations.
  • Compassionate euthanasia for dogs, cats and small mammals. We can transport your pet`s remains and arrange for cremation after a euthanasia is performed.
  • Treatments for pets who are ill but do not need the services of an animal hospital.
  • Rechecks and follow-up after a patient is discharged from a veterinary hospital, or after surgery.
  • Palliative care for pets.
  • Referral to an animal hospital for surgery or in hospital treatments.

Veterinarians are prohibited from advertising fees so please contact us for an estimate

Yes we will perform humane euthanasia for your ailing pet at your home.

Due to safety concerns, we do not carry a supply of all the medications your pet may need in the van. Our veterinarians can arrange for prescriptions to be prepared as needed for you pets. Please call with your pet’s specific needs.

Yes, an exam and treatments done during a house call are covered the same way during a house call as during a regular veterinary visit. To get specifics on your insurance coverage please check with your provider. It is unlikely that the travel fee associated with a house call visit will be covered by your insurance policy so please check your specific policy before booking.

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