Do you know your pet's age? If you adopted your furry friend, his or her age may be a mystery. Fortunately, a quick look in your pet's mouth can help you narrow down a general age range.View Article
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We understand that time is a precious commodity. To help keep you on the go, we have included some basic consent forms that you can download from this page and print out at your convenience. Just print 'em out and bring 'em with you when you come for your visit.
If you're new to our practice, you'll want to fill out this form for us so we can get to know you and your pet(s). (Please include the name and information of your previous veterinarian so that we can request your pet's records.
If your pet is having an anesthetic procedure performed at our clinic, such as a spay, neuter, dental cleaning, etc., you'll need this form.
This form discusses the important option of having us perform a simple blood test prior to your pet's surgery to make sure your pet can safely undergo anesthesia. After reading, just check yes or no and sign.
For pets age 6 and older, we recommend a couple of tests that screen for common but often undetected problems in older pets, such as liver or kidney failure.
If you are bringing your pet in for an injury or illness and will need to drop them off for diagnosis and/or treatment, this form will help us accurately understand their problem.
If you will be bringing your pet in for boarding; we'll need you to fill out this form for us.