At Companion Animal Hospital our health care team is a highly tight knit group of veterinary care professionals. We pride ourselves in the way our relationships with each other merge in the compassion and care we provide for our patients.
Your pet should have a veterinary visit that is as stress free as possible. That’s why, at Companion Animal Hospital, you’ll find a lobby and exam rooms that are homelike and comfortable. The exam tables are covered with fleece mats. Large dogs can stay on the floor where they feel more at ease, and the doctors and staff meet them at their level, joining them on the floor for their exams.
Soft music is played in the kennel areas. Pheromone diffusers are used throughout the hospital. Along with your pet’s health care, our primary focus is making pets so comfortable they want to be lifelong patients.
At Companion Animal Hospital we also consider your pet’s emotional health to be as important as their physical health. Wellness exams include behavior counseling when appropriate. New puppies receive as much emphasis on socialization and behavior counseling as they do on their physical exam.
Our hospital combines a wide array of diagnostic, therapeutic, preventative and ancillary services – all focused on keeping your pet healthy AND happy.
We can’t wait to meet you and your pet. Call today to book your appointment.
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