What are your hours?
Our hours are: M-F 7:00 am- 6:00 pm Sat 7:30am 12:00 pm *Sun 3:30pm- 4:00 pm (pick-up only)
What medical services does MVA provide?
We are a small animal practice. Our services encompass routine care, critical /after hours emergency, digital X-rays, ultra-sonograpghy, orthopedic surgery, dental care, internal medicine, limited exotic animal care, and routine in house lab testing.
What other services does MVA provide?
MVA offers boarding, grooming, and bathing. Our boarding services include doggy daycare, day boarding, and extended stay care. We have a full time groomer on staff capable of grooming all breeds (canine /feline), and our bathing staff provides a variety of special treatment specific to your "baby's" need.
What does MVA require to board at the clinic?
MVA must verify that your pet is current on all of their vaccinations. We must have your pet current on their Bordetella (kennel cough), DAPP (distemper, adenovirus, parvo-virus and ) and Rabies. Cats must be current on their Rabies and FVRCP. If your pet is not current MVA will vaccinate accordingly.
How far in advance can I book a boarding reservation?
In general our clients are able to call 2-3 days in advance to book a reservation to board at MVA's facilities. Holiday boarding (Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, Spring Break, Easter, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day) we ask that you try to call 1-2 weeks in advance so that there is space available.
What time do I have to have my pet at MVA for grooming/bathing?
We need to have your pets at MVA no later than 9:00 am. This allows us to meet with you about any special care/ consideration specific to your "baby" before we begin our work day.
What time do I have to have my pet at MVA for surgical reasons?
MVA opens at 7:00 a.m, we ask that you bring your pet as early as possible. The staff are there to answer any questions or concerns you may have. The doctors schedule medical procedures in the morning so that your pet has ample time to recover from the anesthesia and post-op medication to allow him/her (in most cases) to go home the same day.
When should I bring my new pet in for an examination?
Generally, new pets should be brought in between 6- 8 weeks. We can then begin their puppy/kitten vaccination schedule and establish a relationship with them.
May I drop off my pet for vaccinations or for acute or chronic conditions?
MVA encourages new owners to be present for the first round of vaccinations, but it is not required. When there is a "sickness" involving your pet we encourage you to allow us to observe your pet through-out the day so that we may monitor him/her so that we may provide the best care for them.
May I tour the facility before I choose MVA as my Veterinary Hospital?
Yes! We encourage everyone to tour our facilities. We take pride in how we maintain our hospital.
What do I need to bring while my dog/cat is boarding?
MVA provides bedding, food and toys for the "babies". We encourage clients to bring a special shirt(a familiar and comforting toy), special foods, and any medications they may need while boarding.
What payment options do we offer?
We accept cash, check, visa, mastercard, discover, american express, and care credit. Payment is due at the time services are rendered.