Patient Arrival Policy
For your protection, and that of others, all dogs must be on a leash and properly controlled while in the waiting area or exam rooms. We recommend walking your dog before taking him/her in your car.
All cats must be presented in an appropriate cat carrier.
If your cat is afraid of your carrier, follow these instructions:
A few days before your scheduled visit (preferably 1 week), take your carrier out of storage and place it near your cat’s feeding area. Next, leave the carrier door open and put your cat’s favorite blanket and some toys in the carrier so it becomes a familiar part of your cat’s environment. After some time, place some of its favorite foods inside or on top of the carrier. Because the next stressful event for many cats is simply traveling in your car, which always means a visit to the vet clinic, minimize your cat’s fear by taking it for a couple of short rides before the day of your visit. Your cat should eventually consider its carrier a safe haven.
Dr. Terri Parrott
Dr. Devon Duffy
Dr. Jamie Nenezian
Dr. Christine Solis
Emergency Care Clinic
Open 24 Hours Friday thru Monday