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We are always excited to welcome new clients to Santa Fe Pet Clinic and look forward to a long and rewarding relationship with you and your beloved pet. We pride ourselves on offering exceptional care to you and your pet and attention that makes you feel like family. We want to build relationships with you and your pet for years to come. In addition to our outstanding customer service, you can rest assured that your furry friend is receiving the highest quality medical care available. We are equipped with full-service surgical, X-ray, and dental facilities as well as grooming and boarding services. We are also one of the few practices in the area to offer Therapeutic Laser Therapy. At Santa Fe Pet Clinic, our primary focus and passion is providing your pet with outstanding care that he or she deserves to live a long, happy, and healthy life.
NEW CLIENT INFORMATION AND FORMS
Please give us a call at (913) 782-2770 or email us at Email Santa Fe Pet Clinic to request your new client appointment. Our friendly receptionists will help find you a time that fits in your schedule.
Feel free to fill out our New Client Form prior to your visit. You can print or download the form and bring it with you to your pet's first appointment. It can also be scanned and then emailed to us at email@example.com. Or you can fill one out when you arrive.
Whenever possible, we would like to have you pet's previous records for our veterinarians to review. You can email or fax them ahead of time or bring the records in with you to your first appointment. We are always happy to call your previous clinic and request records on your behalf so they can be sent to us directly. Our fax number is (913) 782-2771.
For kittens and puppies, please bring any records you may have from the breeder or shelter you adopted from. If possible, please also bring a fresh (within eight hours) stool sample. It is not uncommon for kitties and pups to pick up worms and other intestinal parasites that can identified with a fecal test.