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Studies have shown that animal owners take their dogs to the vet more than twice as often as their cats. Why? Signs of illness tend to be harder to detect in cats because they are more stoic in nature and because we perceive them to be self-sufficient. Subscribe to our Pet News e-newsletter for monthly pet health and wellness updates.

Primary Care

Our small animal primary care service provides year-round veterinary care for your dog or cat just like your human primary care doctor.

If you are seeking a veterinarian who will get to know you and your pet, be there for wellness checks and when your pet is sick, and help to maintain lifelong health for your animal, you’ve come to the right place. No referral is necessary for primary care.

If the need arises for spay or neutering, imaging services, specialty care, or emergency/critical care, your animal will have easy access to the full range of services in our hospital.

Services

  • New puppy and kitten care
  • Annual wellness examinations and vaccinations
  • Treatment for minor injuries
  • Preventative medicine
  • Nutrition consulting
  • Continuing care of chronic conditions
  • Geriatric care

Patient receiving hours are as follows:

Monday - Friday, 9 am - 3:30 pm

Call 333-5300 to schedule an appointment.

Meet the PRIMARY CARE Faculty

Gary Brummet