How do I get my pet’s records transferred to Pocopson Veterinary Station?

One of our staff can make the request on your behalf if you so desire, and most veterinary hospitals will honor the request.  However, some require that you personally contact them, but in any case your request cannot be denied.

Do you provide emergency care?

Yes, during clinic hours.  If an emergency occurs during clinic hours please call us immediately so that we can prepare for your arrival.  If time is of the essence, do not delay transporting your pet to our hospital to make a phone call.
For emergencies after hours or on weekends or holidays, please see these hospitals.

Are you accepting new patients and clients?

Yes, we are! We encourage you to call and schedule an appointment in advance if you need any vaccines or medication refills so we can set up a new patient appointment! Our doctors cannot wait to meet your fur babies.

Do I need to make an appointment to see the veterinarian for a prescription refill?

In most cases no appointment is necessary; however, an active patient-doctor relationship is a requirement for a prescription refill. This means that your pet has to have been seen for a comprehensive exam annually and any new pets who need medications should meet with the doctor for an initial exam. Also, some medications require blood laboratory tests to monitor blood levels and potential side effects, which can affect the ability to refill medications. Call the office today with any questions about medication refills!

Do you accept pet insurance?

Yes, we do.

Do you provide boarding services?

Yes, but on a limited basis. Our feline friends are welcome to stay with us while their parents are away. Additionally, pets on medications that require more expertise, for example insulin, will be monitored carefully in your absence.