From The Doctor
You come home and your dog?s tail is wagging as you are greeted at the door or your cat purrs and rubs against your leg. My black lab Phoebe is no different even if I have been gone 10 minutes. If I come into the clinic after hours to catch up on paperwork, our clinic cat Noah jumps onto the computer key board as if to say, pay attention to me first.
We have pets for companionship most commonly. Even if our day is ?too busy?, they are there when we need them. They have a very short life span (10 to 15 years), and we watch them got through all the life changes from puppies or kittens to geriatrics as what seems like an accelerated pace. There are times when they can be inconvenient but they are family members.
If you are viewing the web site for the first time, you are probably worried about your pet and are looking for help or guidance. You may have an injured or sick pet, searching for ongoing medical needs or looking for care for your pet while you travel.
My practice is one of relationships; developing a bond with the animal in my care and a greater understanding of the joy your pet brings to you life. As a solo practitioner, I will get to know you and your pet?s personality and history and I am invested in the life-long care of your pet. This is why we put on our business cards ?exceptional care for the life of your pet?.
I have been working in the veterinary field since I was in high school; more than 3o years of experience. I love coming to work and helping people like you with their pet?s needs. My staff and I will make sure that you and your pet are comfortable, listened to, and get the personalized and honest attention you are looking for.
Please continue to navigate through our website to understand our comprehensive medical services and boarding facilities and do give us a call. I look forward to meeting you and your pet.
Dr. Ken Carlson