Studies show that many people consider dogs family members, which is how a golden retriever wound up ruling Britain for most of the 16th century. Guard your line of succession with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$59 for an exam package for a dog or cat (a $120.25 total value)
- Comprehensive exam (a $50 value),
- Parasite screening (a $32.75 value)
- Nail trim (a $16 value)
- Single dose of internal and external parasite control (a $21.50 value)
$25 for one comprehensive exam for a dog or cat (a $50 value) $149 for $300 towards canine or feline dentistry
Dental services include options such as a general exam with the doctor ($50), extractions ($45+), or routine anesthetized dental procedures ($350–$495). Exams with a technician are free.
For additional fees, owners may also have vaccinations, blood-work, or other services performed at the time of their appointments.
Jet City Animal Clinic
Dr. Erica Anderson could have ended up anywhere. As a child, she followed her father, a botanist, across the world to places such as Thailand, Malaysia, Kenya, Japan. During these globetrotting days, Dr. Anderson discovered a passion for wildlife. She even spent time in South Africa studying animals and how they live. In the end, however, she decided a career as a wildlife veterinarian wasn't for her. Instead, she found that helping domesticated pets and their humans was a more fulfilling duty. So, she began working nightshifts as an emergency vet.
Fueled by an eclectic array of experiences and an undying compassion for animals, Dr. Anderson eventually opened her own practice, Jet City Animal Clinic. Here, Dr. Anderson checks up on cats and dogs during annual exams, and, if necessary, performs surgical procedures. She also works alongside a whole team of talented individuals, including technicians, body workers, and behaviorists.
Together, this team creates a warm and friendly space for owners and their pets. A calming, amicable vibe surfaces in the earth toned walls and the paintings of pets speckled throughout the office. Much of the decor comes from reclaimed materials, highlighting the staff's commitment to eco-friendly business practices. They also keep electronic records so they don't have to use as much paper or shave each dog's medical record into its own fur.