Drop off to check out!
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Too busy to get your bird or pet in for a check-up? No worries. If you have been to Veterinary Center in the past with your special pet, all you have to do is call to make an appointment, and drop him or her off with us prior to your scheduled appointment time. The only time you can drop off is on the way to work, you say? No problem! We open at 8am and are happy to have you at our door at that time, ready to deliver your pet into our care until you are able to come pick him or her back up. We don’t close until 7pm Monday-Thursday, so you can leave your pet with us all day if you need to until you’re able to come get him or her. Too busy to drop off or pick up? Not an issue. With an email or fax from you giving permission for a friend or relative over the age of 18 to sign your pet into our care, we are happy to have someone else drop off or pick up your pet if you can’t be there. All you need to do is to authorize this person to act as your agent and send him with a means of payment. Any other permission forms we need signed after we examine your pet can be emailed or faxed to you, as well. What’s important is that your bird or exotic pet have an annual wellness exam without putting undue stress on your schedule. Simple and easy – just a phone call away. Call us today to schedule your pet’s check-up so that he or she can stay healthy and happy.


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