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Full-service veterinary clinic with a focus on aging pets.

Preventative and emergency medical clinic for dogs, cats, and rabbits, with additional boarding services for existing customers.

Emergency and primary care plus specialty services including allergy testing, geriatric care, boarding and grooming.

Ophthalmology-only practice for all types of animals.

A school that teaches contemporary artists the techniques used by the masters of realism.

General practice veterinary office featuring dental, surgical, dermatological, 24-hour emergency, and internal care for dogs and cats as well as birds, rabbits, reptiles, and exotic pets.

Provides care for homeless animals and promotes humane treatment of animals. Also offers pet loss counseling, a spay/neuter clinic, and dog training services.

Offers grooming for both dogs and cats, by appointment.

Offers complete surgical, grooming, behavioral, and preventative care for dogs, cats, rabbits, and pocket pets.

Cat-specific clinic offering a variety of services.

Full-service animal hospital for dogs and cats.

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