A “Pawsitively” Warm Welcome!
Here at North Valley Veterinary Clinic, we want you to feel like this is the place you belong for your beloved pet’s care. They’re not just your pets, they’re also a part of your family. We pride ourselves on building solid, lasting relationships with our clients and want you to feel comfortable and confident with the care your pet receives. Dr. Bosma and staff welcome you!
We’re happy to schedule an appointment for your pet’s care! Our examination fee ($42) includes a hands on examination performed by the doctor. We perform the following types of examinations:
- Yearly “check-up” for all pets
- Illness or injury examination
- New pet to household, such as a new puppy or kitten
- Newly adopted pet from Animal Care & Control (1/2 off examination fee within first 5 days of adoption)
- Health Certificate for travel
- Verification for sterility
- Health guarantee for sale or re-homing
If you’re a new client or it’s been awhile since you’ve been in and you need to update information, please arrive ten minutes prior to your appointment time. As always for safety, please bring your pet on a leash or in a carrier. If your pet is unable to walk or stand, please notify our staff once you arrive and we’ll assist you.
We provide examinations for many types of pets including: Dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, pot belly pigs, small mammals and reptiles. Not listed? Just ask!
In the event of an emergency, we will assess your pet’s condition immediately. With your authorization, we may need to place your pet on oxygen, give emergency medication, provide bandaging, etc. We have a Critical Care form that allows you to make the necessary decision in lieu of waiting on a formalized estimate. We understand that finances vary per owner and want you to be able to make an informed, yet swift, decision.
Once your pet has been fully assessed, the doctor will determine the course of treatment necessary and discuss it with you. A staff member will go through an itemized health plan based on the doctor’s assessment to ensure your pet’s further emergency care is quickly provided.
Commitment to animals, and to the people who love them, extends beyond our front door. We provide volunteer veterinary services for Audubon’s Birds of Prey Center and for injured, native wildlife brought in by good samaritans. We currently accept volunteers from accredited programs for those pursuing their career in veterinary medicine. We’re also committed to dedicating our time, services and resources to two local non-profit rescue organizations that work to re-home stray and unwanted pets.
Thank you for choosing our clinic to provide for your pet’s comprehensive health care needs. We will do everything we can to live up to the trust you have placed in us. We are constantly striving to better meet your needs so your suggestions are encouraged. We are honored when you choose to refer your family and friends to us.