CAH Renovations


After 35 years, we are thrilled to announce that we are updating our facilities to better serve your needs! Renovations will occur in a “staged manner,” meaning that we will be open for business throughout this process. However, clients should expect some disruptions of normal operations, including different entrances, different parking arrangements and periods of time when we may need to institute curbside care for safety reasons. We will be updating this page on a regular basis as we move through this process, and we also will be sharing information on social media, as well as sending emails any time there is an important change that will affect clients and patients. *If you do not receive our emails and do not regularly follow social media, please go into your Pet Page app and change your preferences to allow emails so that you can stay up-to-date with our progress.

As you might expect, our Fear Free protocols will be significantly challenged. We may not always have dual entrances during this time, and the noise level may be off-putting to your pets. We encourage you to discuss calming medications with your veterinarian before upcoming appointments in the next year and a half if you have concerns. We promise to do our best to offer your pets the same quality care that you have come to associate with our veterinary practice.

We urge you to follow either our Facebook or Instagram accounts. We publish every bit of renovation-related information on both platforms.

See below for the latest updates


Our NEW ENTRANCE is now open, and the former Temporary Client Entrance is closed for good. This week (4/8 through 4/12), you will need to park behind the hospital while new pavers are installed in the new parking lot. When you leave your car, please walk to the right and follow signs along a path to our new front entrance.

Please only walk dogs on our property and use the receptacle near the parking lot entry for poop bags.

This is the conclusion of Phase 1, but we will still be working in some temporary spaces while the old part of the building is renovated in Phases 2 & 3. If your pet is sensitive to noise and disruption, please call several days ahead of your appointment if you would like to pick up calming pheromones or medications to make the visit less stressful or frightening.

We don't have the words to express how grateful we are to all of our faithful clients who have persevered through this long process. Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts! We look forward to seeing you in our new space!

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