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About Us

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What To Expect

  • When you arrive, our friendly receptionist will check you in, collect paperwork or samples you may have, and ask you to have a seat in the waiting area.

  • A technician will see you into the exam room, weigh your pet, discuss the reason for your visit and get a full medical history for the veterinarian.

  • The veterinarian will then meet with you, gather additional information about your pet’s health and perform a full physical examination. This is a great time to talk about any questions or concerns you may have. Our veterinary team wants to make sure you’re completely comfortable with the information we’re providing.

  • If any diagnostics are recommended, the veterinarian will discuss these with you. Many of the tests can be performed in-house while you wait. The veterinarian will also make any treatment recommendations at this time.

  • When the veterinary consultation is complete, you’ll go back to our front reception area where your billing and future appointment bookings will be handled.

  • Depending on the reason for your visit, you may expect a follow-up call from one of our registered veterinary technicians to get an update on how your pet has been doing since their visit. If you have any concerns, talk to the technician about them.

Harry the cat sitting on the radiology table

We Are Part Of The Family

At Creature Comforts Veterinary Hospital, we understand that your pet is part of your family. Our doctors take pride in taking the time to get to know all of our clients so they can be given the absolute best care. Our doctors and staff have created a warm, caring, and friendly environment to provide for your pet’s healthcare needs.

Our facility is equipped with blood analyzers, full body radiograph and dental radiograph equipment. This helps our doctors diagnose and treat most problems as quickly as possible. We also maintain excellent relationships with nearby specialists should your pet need referral for specialized care.