Take a Tour of the Clinic

Welcome to Loving Paws Pet Clinic!

As you open the doors to the clinic you are greeted with our logo on the floor. Large paw prints go to the right toward the dog area and small pawprints go to the left for the cat side. We try to keep dogs and cats separated to reduce your pet's stress.

One of our friendly receptionists will greet you when you arrive.

This is the dog side of the reception area.

Set back beyond the reception desk is a scale that is recessed into the floor. This makes it easier for your dog to get weighed without having to go up unto the scale. We also have treats for your dog!

This is one of two exam rooms for dogs. The table in this room folds flat against the wall. We can get the table out of the way if we want to work with your dog on the floor. 

This is the second dog exam room. This has a hydraulic table so it can go down to the floor and lift your dog up. Yoga mats are on all the tables. This prevents your dog from slipping on the slick table surface and is warmer in winter.

This is the cat side of the reception area. The aquarium is on this side for our feline friends!

This is one of two exam rooms for cats. Yoga mats are on all the tables so your kitty doesn't slip and it's warmer. We spray pheromones on towels we put on the table to make your cat more comfortable. We have treats, catnip, and toys in both rooms.

Behind the reception area and exam rooms is our pharmacy. We carry many medications your pet will need but also work with an online pharmacy if you prefer to get medications that way.

At the other end of the hall from the pharmacy is our lab. We can do many tests in-house to give you fast results.

This is our treatment area - the center hub of the clinic. The kennels are for pets having procedures during the day or for ones that need closer attention and monitoring.

This part of the treatment room is our dentistry center. The machine to the far left in the front is the dental unit. A light and dental x-ray machine are over the table. The table is a large sink with a grate over it. This keeps your pet dry when using water during teeth cleaning. Anesthetic machines and tubes are on the back wall and to the right. The door in the back leads to the dog kennel area so we can hear them.

This part of the treatment room has a hydraulic lift table and is used to prep pets for surgery and to do nail trims and minor procedures. To the left of the table is the x-ray room and to the right is the doctors' office and the surgery room.

This is the surgery room. The door is kept closed at all times and the room is only used for surgeries. This helps to keep it extra clean.

This is the x-ray room. We have a digital x-ray machine that produces exceptionally clear pictures that you can enlarge and manipulate on the computer screen. To the right is our ultrasound machine. Ultrasound gives you a different picture than x-rays and is helpful to diagnose certain conditions.

This is our breakroom tucked into the back of the clinic. It's a place for staff to eat lunch and store their things. We also hold regular meetings to educate the team.

This is a dog in one of our runs in the dog boarding area. The runs have glass doors so the dogs can see what's going on. We also have kennels if needed for small dogs.

We play music in all the boarding areas that has been specifically created to reduce stress in dogs and cats.

There is a large enclosed outside yard where dogs can run and play. During the summer it has a canopy for shade and for those dogs that don't like the rain. 

Our cat boarding area has a large window with a bird feeder outside. The cats have two-story "condos" that give them more room and a separate place to sleep and eat away from their litter box. Their room is separated from the dogs.

Cats are allowed out to play. There is a tall climbing/scratching post in the corner and shelves on the wall so they can climb up and hang out.

This is the food prep area where we store boarding pets' food and prepare their meals every day. We offer a high quality food designed to reduce stomach upsets, but clients are welcome to bring their pet's regular food.

This is the bathing and grooming area. The tub is raised off the floor for the comfort and safety of team members. There is a hydraulic table to help get large dogs into the tub safely.

Thank you for taking our tour. We would be happy to show you the facility in person. Just ask when you come in.