WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO MY FIRST VISIT?
Please bring a list of your pet's current medications if any. Also, we will want to know about your pet's diet and amount of feedings. If we haven’t received medical records and relevant tests from a referring hospital, please provide them or request that they be sent to us if applicable. Finally, to maintain a clean and disease free environment, please bring proof or request a copy of current vaccine record from your primary care veterinarian.
DO I NEED A REFERRAL?
We welcome referrals and like to keep your specialist or primary care veterinarian updated. Although it is not necessary to have a referral, we are not a primary care practice and we prefer to update your veterinarian or specialist as your pet begins treatment.
HOW OFTEN WILL I NEED TO BRING MY PET?
Just like in human medicine, rehabilitation is often based on reoccurring visits and multiple treatments over the course of several weeks. In some cases, we may have simple home exercises to recommend for your pet. However, with certain conditions, your pet may require more extensive visits of 1-3 visits per week. We do offer drop-off and day boarding to help accommodate our pet parent’s busy schedule.
DO YOU TAKE PET INSURANCE?
Absolutely. As with most pet insurance, you may find that getting insurance before the unexpected happens is the best way to ensure full coverage of any veterinary service. We also accept CARE CREDIT.
HOW LONG IS A TYPICAL SESSION?
Our initial consult is a comprehensive exam and evaluation. Each session thereafter will run 30-60 minutes depending on your pet’s individual plan.
ARE YOU OPEN ON WEEKENDS?
We are not currently open on weekends. However, in the future, we look forward to being able to offer extended hours and weekends. Please let our staff know if you would like to be accomodated via drop-off or day boarding for your pet's services.