Dogs & Cats
Caring for your furry friends
Changes to Appointment Process
Please be aware that as of Monday, Jan. 10, our Veterinary Teaching Hospital and our Pet Health Center will be adjusting their appointment processes. Our small animal emergency service and the Pet Health Center will change to curbside service only (clients will not be allowed inside the facility). In addition, our small animal and large animal specialty services will change to a modified curbside service (clients can come into the building to check in and out, but they will not be allowed to stay for their appointment). These changes are in response to the highly contagious nature of the current COVID strain. As a healthcare facility, we must take these precautions to maintain a safe working environment that allows us to continue offering world-class veterinary care to our patients.
The small animal side of our veterinary teaching hospital operates very similarly to a human specialty referral center. Each medical field listed below has its own team of doctors and nurses. These teams have received advanced training in managing and treating diseases within their area of specialty, which allows them to offer you expert advice and advanced treatment options for your pet. This is also why many of our small animal services require a referral from your primary care veterinarian before you can make an appointment. While each of our services do operate independently, they also work collaboratively together, consulting with one another to ensure all of your pet’s medical needs are met.