Frequently asked questions

What do I need to do in case of an emergency?

Emergency Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays

After hour services are provided at the Maria Stein Animal Clinic

A deposit is required for all emergency visits

In case of an after-hours emergency please call your regular clinic phone number and you will be directed to the number of the Veterinarian on call.

Do I need to make an appointment?

Yes – all pet visits are by appointment only.

What vaccinations do you recommend?

We recommend vaccines for all cats and dogs annually. A veterinarian will determine which vaccines your pet needs if they have never been vaccinated. Call to schedule your appointment today.

Do you board animals?

Boarding is available by reservation at the Maria Stein Animal Clinic only

When should I bring in my new puppy or kitten?

We recommend your new pet be brought in for a physical exam within one week of adoption or purchase. All vaccines need boosters as puppies/kittens so even if your pet has had a vaccine, it is a good idea to booster the vaccine at its first physical exam.

What food do you recommend for my pet?

We sell Eagle brand food- Original and Holistic formulas for dogs and cats. We also carry Hills Prescription diet food if your pet needs a special diet during an illness.

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