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There is no question too big or too small for our veterinary team. Below are some answers to our most common questions.


At Sage Veterinary Center, we get a ton of interesting questions from pet parents. Below are some common FAQs that might help answer any questions or concerns. Please feel free to contact us for any other concerns you might have about your pet.

Do I need an appointment?

Yes please! Spending enough time with you and your pet is important to us. To make this possible, we ask that you book an appointment online.

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept cash (exact change please), credit (major cards) CareCredit, Scratchpay, and Apple/Google Pay. No checks.

What are the hospital hours?

Hours of Operation:
Mon – Fri: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sunday: Closed

What do I do if my pet is having surgery?

Prior to surgery, it is important to fast all pets. Please take away all food, water, and treats no later than midnight the night before. If your pet is on any medications or has had complications with anesthesia in the past, please contact your doctor immediately.  All anesthetic patients should be dropped off at our facility at 8:45am the day of their procedure, unless other specific instructions were given to you beforehand.  We will contact you throughout the day to update you on their progress, and they will most likely be ready to go home between 3 and 5pm.

My pet hates coming to the vet. What can I do to make it easier?
Your pet can sense your stress about his/her visit. We try to make the environment here feel as calm and relaxed as possible. You’ll find soothing music in the exam rooms, fuzzy blankets for cats, lots of treats, and gentle handling of your pet for exams. If you know ahead of time that your pet will be stressed, please call us to talk about it prior to the exam. There are medications available to administer to your pet at home prior to your visit to help him feel less nervous while he’s here.

We also recommend stopping by for “happy visits.” During these visits, you drop in with your pet to get some treats and pets, and then you’re on your way. Hopefully, these visits will help your pet know there’s nothing to fear at the vet’s office.