Preparing for Your Visit
Bring any medication(s) that your animal may be taking as well as proof of vaccination and medical records if your veterinarian is unable to fax or e-mail them to us.
Bringing your cat to the veterinary clinic can often be a stressful situation. The two videos below provide some helpful tips on how to reduce the stress of veterinary visits for you and your cat.
For more information on acclimating your cat to his carrier, visit www.catvets.com/cat-to-vet
Cats Need Regular Care Too. At Royal Canin, our philosophy is to put cats and dogs first. Here are our top 10 tips to bring your cat to the vet.
Parking is complementary to our clients. Client parking is adjacent to the Bailey Small Animal Teaching Hospital for both small animal and the Auburn University Veterinary Clinic, and parking for large animal is beside the Vaughan Large Animal Teaching Hospital.
A welcome packet will be made available to you after arrival that will have a list of pet friendly hotels, restaurants, shopping areas and local maps. If you should need assistance prior to arrival, please give us a call at 334-844-7984.