How does VCA charities Help Pets in need?
VCA Charities is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization that directly helps pets in need. Through its 32 Pet Food Pantry locations in 18 states, VCA Charities has helped to provide over 2 million pet food meals to pets in need.
Who are the best veterinarians for your pet?
Our veterinarians, veterinary technicians and other pet-friendly personnel are trained to the highest standards. Their knowledge of the latest veterinary medicines and procedures ensures that all our pet patients get the best in prevention and healing methods.
Who are the veterinarians at VCA Palmetto?
Select an appointment type to get started. Select an appointment type to get started. and excellent service is our goal. The friendly and professional staff at VCA Palmetto is made up of dedicated individuals who have made it their mission to help pets live long, healthy lives.
What happens when I take my Dog to the vet?
Once inside, your pet will be examined by your veterinarian, and the staff will call or videochat with you to discuss findings. When your pet is ready to come home, the staff will once again bring your pet straight to your vehicle, so you don’t have to go inside. How are hospitals handling euthanasia?
Where do I take my Dog to the vet?
During a curbside appointment, you call the front desk when you arrive, then wait inside your vehicle for the hospital staff to come out and retrieve your pet. Cats and small dogs should be inside carriers.
Can You take Your Dog to the Vet during an emergency?
Even when there is no pre-existing relationship, exceptions might be made for emergency care where there will likely be follow-up appointments with the same veterinarian. During a curbside appointment, you call the front desk when you arrive, then wait inside your vehicle for the hospital staff to come out and retrieve your pet.
Can I still take my pet to the Vet during covid-19?
Can I still take my pet to the vet during COVID-19? Because of the important services veterinary hospitals provide in keeping pets healthy and safe as well as protecting public health, most veterinary practices will continue to provide as much of their regular services as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic.