Hours:

Mon. - Fri.: 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Sat. - 9:00 AM to Noon

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AAHA The goals of Animal Health Clinic are to provide the highest quality veterinary care for our patients and the best possible service to our clients.

Quality veterinary care is built on a foundation of a dedicated, skilled, caring staff combined with a facility that provides up-to-date diagnostic, surgical and patient monitoring abilities and a clean, quiet comfortable area for our hospitalized pets.

The Animal Health Clinic has been accredited by the AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) since 1979. The AAHA is a voluntary organization of small animal practitioners dedicated to providing quality veterinary care for their patients. Only 205 of the veterinary hospitals in the USA are qualified by the AAHA.


Communications
Please do not hesitate to call if you have a question about your pet. Our receptionists can schedule an appointment if necessary, or redirect your call if you need information. We ask for your patience when calling. The staff is frequently busy with office appointments, surgery, or caring for hospitalized pets. If your questions can not be answered immediately, someone will return your call as soon as possible. If you have any other questions about the Animal Health Clinic's policies, we would like to answer them for you.

Introducing our Therapy Laser
We at Animal Health Clinic are happy to announce the addition of a Therapy Laser to our clinic. This is a noninvasive treatment to aid in reducing pain, inflammation and to speed healing. Continue Reading...

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Holiday Tips

The holiday season is a time for caring and giving, and with a little common sense you can ensure your pets have a safe enjoyable winter season with you.

Avoid giving bones to your dogs or cats, particularly turkey bones. Poultry bones easily splinter and can cause serious injury, while bone fragments can cause intestinal blockages or lacerations.



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