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As a valued client of our practice, you can expect our full attention to your pets’ needs and we will provide all services with courtesy and respect. When you arrive for your appointment you will be warmly greeted by 2 legged and 4 legged staff members. We will weigh your pet and assist you into an examination room. A Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) will take a history on your pet for the veterinarian. A veterinarian will then examine your pet from nose to tail, answer any questions, and plan further diagnostics or treatment as necessary. A RVT will wrap things up, and will provide you with further educational information and answer any questions to ensure you are well informed about your animal’s health. Our receptionist will finalize the billing and schedule any needed follow up appointments. We are excited to meet you, your family, and your furry family members.Dr. Rebecca Jackson et Dr. Sarah Hanson offrent des services et consultations veterinaries en français.

The ladies at Lomsnes are just the best! One can't ask for a better team. Every time I have gone…

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I have been coming here for 13 years. The staff are knowledgeable, caring and have hearts of gold. I trust…

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Marijuana and Its Effects in Pets

Is Marijuana Safe for your Pet?

Over the years the use of medicinal marijuana in people has increased dramatically. Although there are some scientific benefits for the use in people, there is nothing proven in pets to recognize the benefits for treating animals with marijuana. Marijuana effects in people cannot be extrapolated to animals. In fact, dogs are more sensitive to marijuana than people.

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