We know what you’re thinking, “Why does a veterinarian have a call center?” To put it simply, City Way Animal Clinics has a call center because our clinic teams really needed help answering calls! Adding Call Center Representatives to field calls and answer questions helps our teams to focus on the clients and patients being…
A thorough assessment is a critical first step in establishing your pet’s health status and can give you insight to your pet’s medical needs. That’s why we recommend all our patients be examined by a veterinarian every year. These physicals allow us to get to know your pet, assess their health, and detect any abnormalities or signs of disease.
Cold Laser Therapy effectively treats a wide variety of conditions including pre-surgical, post-surgical, acute, and chronic disease states. It can also be a versatile and trustworthy addition to existing treatments.
Your pet is more likely to find its way back to you with a registered microchip.
When your pet is found, vet clinics and shelters can scan the animal for an ID number and report the pet as lost. The microchip company will contact you and you’ll be reunited with your lost pet!
Meet our Patient Care Manager, Nicki Grider! This past year, our clinics implemented this new position to be an extension of your visit here with your pet. With over 15 years of veterinary field experience, Nicki is a wealth of knowledge and a great fit for the position of Patient Care Manager.
Are you planning to travel or move with your pet to another country (or Hawaii or Guam)? This process can seem very overwhelming as regulations are specific to each country worldwide when bringing a pet across their border. Let us help you!
Many people love the look of those wrinkled, squish-faced brachycephalic breeds such as English Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, and Pugs. The short face, the wrinkles, and the snoring are all things that lure people to these special breeds. But what some people don’t realize is that the special look of these breeds can lead to significant medical issues often requiring more veterinary visits throughout their lifetime and even specialized surgeries.
Dental disease is the most commonly diagnosed health condition in both adult dogs and cats. By three years of age, a large percentage of dogs and cats show some evidence of dental disease with either the presence of bad breath, accumulation of tartar, or inflammation of the gums. There are steps pet owners can take at home to prevent dental disease from occurring, but once it reaches a certain point, professional cleaning by your veterinarian is warranted to avoid other serious health complications.