Hours of Operation:

Every Tuesday

9:00 am – 6:00 pm

If your pet is unstable please sign up for the Urgent Care Clinic.
If your pet is experiencing a medical emergency while we are unavailable, please seek out your nearest emergency center.

Services Offered 

  • Management of Chronic Diseases or Chronic Ailments:  This is for existing patients only who have been seen at Access within the last 12 months, and were referred to the follow up clinic by a veterinarian at Access. If it has been longer than 12 months, or your pet is a new patient, please sign up through our Urgent Care Clinic. The Follow Up Clinic can generally address ongoing, non-emergent chronic disease management, wound maintenance, or care plans that have a specific timeline (such as corneal ulcers). If you were not referred by a veterinarian at Access Veterinary Care, please contact us to see if your pet qualifies.
  • Surgical Assessment for Mass Removals and Orthopedics: This is for both new and existing patients who need a surgical assessment for a mass removal or a previously diagnosed orthopedic issue.
  • Quality of Life/Euthanasia Assessment: It’s often hard to know when it’s time. If you’re considering euthanasia but would like to do a consultation with a veterinarian about your pet’s quality of life, if there are treatment options, or if treatment options are something you can pursue, both new and existing patients may be seen at the Follow Up Clinic. If you’d like to just move forward and schedule a euthanasia, please contact us so we can better assist you.


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General Information

Information and Pricing

What is the Follow Up Clinic?

The Follow Up Clinic has expanded! We’re still only servicing established patients with a referral for chronic conditions, or conditions that need ongoing management. While having a family veterinarian to manage these concerns is still recommended, the Follow Up Clinic is an appointment based clinic that allows for those who don’t have access to a regular provider.

After August 1st, we will additionally offer mass removal assessments, orthopedic surgery assessments (for previously diagnosed issues), and end of life/quality of life consultations for both new and existing clients. 

Common Pricing

  • Follow Up Clinic office visit fee (30 min): $65
  • Full in house bloodwork: $246
  • Routine send out bloodwork: $109 -$130
  • X-Rays: $190
  • Urinalysis: $81
  • Basic Urine Culture: $111
  • Bandaging: $25 – $180 (average)

Booking Criteria


Chronic Disease Management: All must apply to sign up for a Follow Up Clinic visit for chronic concerns.

  1. Your pet was diagnosed with or was treated for a chronic condition at Access Veterinary Care’s Urgent Care Clinic in the past 12 months.
  2. Your pet’s chronic condition is brand new and you need additional education
    • OR your pet’s condition is stable and just requires ongoing maintenance or yearly medication renewal.
    • OR you’re struggling with your pet’s care plan and would like to discuss other options. Please note that your pet should be medically stable, even if you’d like to discuss changing their current care plan. If your pet is medically unstable, or can not wait for a standard appointment, they should be brought into Access Veterinary Care’s Urgent Care Clinic, or your local veterinary ER.
  3. You don’t have any additional or unrelated concerns to the diagnosed issue. 

Surgical Consultations: Either must apply to sign up for a Follow Up Clinic visit for a surgical consultation.

  1. You are looking to determine how much a mass removal would be, or you would like to do the preanesthetic bloodwork/exam needed to schedule the surgery
  2. You are looking for a quote on an orthopedic surgery based on a diagnosed issue (please bring all x-rays and tests with you to your pets visit, or submit their records online).

(For spay/neuter assessments, please sign up for our Preventative Care Clinic. For all other surgical inquiries, please sign up for our Urgent Care Clinic)

Quality of Life Concerns:

  1. This is for clients who are considering euthanasia, but aren’t sure if its time or if there are other options which might be feasible to pursue.


  • Your pet was diagnosed with Hyperthyroidism about a year ago, and you need their yearly bloodwork to get more medication.
  • Your pet was diagnosed with Diabetes last week, is doing well on their current dose of insulin, and you need more education on how to manage their condition and to recheck their labs.
  • Your pet has been seen for arthritis in the past at Access Veterinary Care, but you’re having trouble consistently administering their NSAID tablets, and they still seem a bit stiff. You’d like to learn about other medication and treatment options.

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