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Your Pet Care Provider For Life Out Here
The best way to ensure your pet lives a healthy, happy life out here is to take a proactive approach to their health and wellness. Every dog and cat has unique needs, and PetVet offers you a wide variety of ways to get them the necessary, non-emergency care that’s right for you and for them – all at your local Tractor Supply Co. store.
If your dog or cat needs a specific vaccination, diagnostic test or service, bring them to PetVet. There are no office visit fees, upfront pricing on all services – so you only pay for what you need.
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Keep your pet up to date on core, vet-recommended vaccinations with a PetVet bundle service package – and save a bundle while you are at it!
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Pet Wellness Plans
Keeping up with your pet’s constantly changing needs out here is easy with our pet wellness plans. Get unlimited visits, discounts, other exclusive benefits for one low monthly cost.
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Your pet’s health is always our number one priority—however, we are not an emergency clinic.
Our focus is on preventive care to promote lifelong wellness.
What Pet Parents Say About Us
Thank you for providing services at a location we can just walk into and get my pet taken care of at a decent price.
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