Check In Form

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Referral Form

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Internal Medicine History

Fill out this form prior to an appointment or recheck with Internal Medicine.


Reproduction Form

Fill out this form to apply for our canine breeding services.


    Check in Form


      Referral Form

      Pet Information

      Medical History

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        Internal Medicine History

        Prior to any appointment or recheck with the Internal Medicine Service clients must fill out this form.


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          Reproduction Form

          New reproduction service policy – As of December 19th 2022, we will only perform progesterone testing on females over 1 year of age. We do not collect or breed every dog that is presented to us as it is our goal to only partner in helping to create healthy puppies. We will require breed specific health testing according to your breed's parent club. Requirements for each breed can be found at

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          Dog Information

          Open 24/7 for your pet's emergency care!

          December 19th 2022- We are happy to announce that we are able to resume 24 hour walk in services! From 12AM to 6AM our services will be curbside service.
          We will continue to operate with a triage system in order to prioritize the sickest patients.
          Please call the hospital prior to arrival so that we can begin the triage process over the phone.

          Examples of how triage priorities work are below

          Priority 1 - Come directly to the hospital. Requires immediate treatment to survive. Ex. Cardiac or respiratory arrest, severe bleeding, seizing, head trauma

          Priority 2 - Come directly to the hospital. Requires treatment within a few hours to survive. Ex. Blocked cat, bloated, respiratory distress, actively bleeding, toxin ingestion.

          Priority 3 - Same day care required. Ex. Vomiting, anorexia, non wt bearing, dystocia, lacerations, eye issues

          Priority 4 - Stable patients that do not require same day treatment. Ex. Ears/skin, weight bearing lameness, diarrhea/vomiting with good appetite, recent seizure