Curbside Care Tips

Dog

Bring your pet on a leash or in a carrier.


Please keep them secure until we ask.

Car

Please stay in your car.


This allows us to maintain distance needed for your (and our) safety.

Phone

Keep your cell phone line open.


We need to be able to reach you to discuss treatment.

heart

Plan for a longer visit than normal.


Extra disinfection procedures and time on the phone mean appointments may run longer than normal.

COVID

If you or a family member is sick, please reschedule.


Please help keep us healthy so we can continue caring for your pets!

  • What our clients have to say…

    • Tina Rommell

      We love you all. Thank you for taking such great care of my dog.

    • Venisa Peterson

      they took wonderful care with my puppy and explained everything

    • Rebecca Makowski

      I’ve experienced nothing but excellent care from Dr. Deines and Dr. Paxton and staff. From emergency visits to routine care and end of life decisions, they’ve been compassionate and trustworthy at every step. Any questions I’ve had, they discuss with me and make sure I understand. I highly recommend choosing their team to trust with your loved ones.

    • Tracey Gallie Barnett

      So grateful for the exceptional care you gave to our puppies during their surgery. Everything was well explained and well thought out. Everyone was compassionate and kind. We couldn’t ask for better veterinary care for them!

    • Joe McAdam

      They are thoughtful and caring. I highly recommend the staff and Veterinarians here!

    • Heather Lange

      They took great care of my dogs my 1 1/2 yr old mix got fixed and I was nervous they didn’t mind me keep calling to ask questions and was great with our German Shepard will always use them and they are affordable

    • Karlene Hintz Boeve

      ‘Five Stars’ for Dr Paxton as he is a caring, knowledgeable, experienced professional! I had an in-depth conversation around the benefits of Cytopoint injections for my Westie with seasonal dermatitis. Success! Cytopoint was the solution to measurable relief.
      Also I want to share my thoughts on Euthanasia for an aggressive, violent dog. If your veterinarian recommends euthanasia, you should give it serious consideration. Some dogs are not wired correctly. The safety of children, family, & community should be the priority over an aggressive dog. Don’t wait for a disaster to transpire. My family has suffered do to non action of our neighbors aggressive dog.