At Happy Tails Veterinary Clinic, we recognize the magic that is the human-animal bond, and we honor that bond with every appointment by using low-stress techniques to make our clinic as fear free and stress free as possible. We know that pets are family. After all, we have furry family members, too!
We also provide the best medicine with laboratory equipment right in house to obtain blood results in about 15 minutes and digital x-ray, which allows long-distance consultation with specialists without having to make the trip to Columbus. But, equally important, we offer options with absolutely zero judgement. We educate and partner with our clients to create the best health care plans for their family members. We provide transparency with things like encouraging clinic tours on the spot and preparing estimates of cost for every procedure before it’s completed to avoid surprises at check-out time.
Our superb staff is passionate about providing top notch client service, and we have built our clinic around our clients’ and patients’ needs. From the absolutely unmatched convenience of our pickup window for pet medications and supplies to our in-room check-out process, we strive for a stress free human experience as well. We love taking care of pets and their people, and it shows!
Finally, we’ve made a commitment to further honor the human-animal bond by donating a portion of our profits to animal related charities from day one. We are also constantly on the lookout for local, national, and international efforts to improve the lives of animals and their people, including local pet food drives, working and military dog organizations, and rescue groups. In this spirit, we welcome our clients' participation and suggestions for causes needing our support, because at the end of the day, we’re all in this together.
Our fundamental mission is to relieve both human and animal suffering with compassion, kindness, and benevolence. We are passionate about making a difference for animals as well as people by treating our patients as if they are our own pets, by keeping them healthy and happy using positive and low-stress handling techniques, and by building a pet health community based on honesty, partnership, and education that can also extend our efforts to those in need in our own neighborhood as well as those around the world, by supporting organizations focused on animals in need.
We hope you will join us.