We are taking the big step. Masks are no longer required in the clinic. We are asking our clients to follow some basic rules to protect our staff and clients.

1. If you are sick, even if it's just "allergies", let us know and wear a mask. We will take care of your pet. Don't be the one to expose Dr. Hanifen to covid. When she can't work, the clinic can't work and our patients don't get the care they need.

2. Please continue to practice social distancing. If the lobby is full when you arrive, please wait until it clears out to enter.

3. If a client needs us to mask up, we will. Just ask and we will be happy to do it!

4. Please continue to practice social distancing. We know it's been a long 2.5 years and you are excited to see our faces but we need time to ease back into "full contact".

We appreciate your help and support to keep us up and running during the worst of the pandemic. While other clinics had to shut their doors because of outbreaks, we have been able to stay open and provide care for our patients because of you. ❤️







Sampson says "Thank you"!


Due to our current patient load we are unable to accept new clients. We will update this message when this changes. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding! 


If you are picking up prescription refills for your pet, please remember to call ahead of time so that we can get them ready for you as efficiently as possible. Thank you!
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We have been advised by several of our clients that they are getting a message that our phones are not working when they call the clinic. This message is in error. Our phones are working but when both of our lines are in use, some cell service providers are giving this message. Please be patient and give us a call again in a few minutes. Thank You!
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Billy says, "Please call ahead of time for prescriptions!"
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Billy says, "Stay safe out there!"