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Small Companion Animals Services

Dr. Morris treats dogs and cats for routine exams, vaccines, surgeries, micro chipping, x-rays, sick visits, and in house lab services.

Please call the office with any questions!

Dr. Morris will see large animals! Ex: Coggins and vaccines for horses & cattle. Please call our office for more information on large animal care & farm calls.

we offer boarding!
(only available to active clients for our established patients)
please call to reserve as kennels are limited


DOGS - $18 PER DAY                                                                          CATS - $15 PER DAY

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Three French Bullgod Puppies

 You may find yourself asking, "Well why does *your pets name*  have to take preventatives? Why can't I just use flea spray instead of preventatives?" There are so many reasons to keep your pets on heartworm, flea, and tick preventatives. Here's a few of those reasons!


Flea and Tick Preventative

Why flea and tick preventative? Did you know that ticks carry dangerous diseases such as Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis, and Anaplasmosis. Ticks that transmit these diseases  are increasing their geographical spread. As of 2016, ticks were found in most counties and in 43 out of 50 states in US. The most obvious sign of Lyme disease in dogs are inflammation in the limbs and joints (which shows as lameness) and lethargy. This makes it difficult and painful for the dog to move for about a week at a time, and the dog will often walk stiffly with a painfully arched back. The worst part? You can also get this horrifying disease with one tick bite. The good news? We can prevent this with one chewy treat. We carry a variety of flea and tick preventatives (chewy treats, to topical solutions, or a collar). For more information on ticks, visit 

Heartworm Preventative

Why heartworm preventative? Did you know that heartworms are carried by mosquitoes? One bite and your precious fur baby could be a victim of this deadly disease.  A mosquito will bite an infected animal and then pass the infection onto your dog, should it bite him or her. Advanced heartworm infestations can have severe and sometimes fatal side effects in dogs, including a chronic cough, lethargy and a reduced blood and oxygen supply. When treating major infections, the dog being treated must have their activity restricted for months due to the risk of blood clots, their heart rate must be kept low and not to mention the hundreds of dollars you will have to spend to treat this debilitating disease. Did you know that you could buy 11 months of preventative for what one treatment of deadly heartworms would cost? Why risk the safety and well being of your most loyal friend? We carry a variety of heartworm preventatives to keep you and your pet happy and healthy year round. 


A Letter from Dr. Morris

    The main reason we, as veterinarians, suggest spaying & neutering dogs and cats is to prevent unwanted pregnancies and to decrease the over population of non vaccinated animals. The non vaccinated animals act as infection sites to the fur babies that you, as pet owners, spend hundreds of dollars spaying, neutering, caring for, and vaccinating. The shelters and rescues are overwhelmed with these animals & are often left no choice but to turn them away.  

If you're shopping for a new pet, or questioning if this is the right route to take for your best friend, please keep this in mind.

Give them a major life altering, act of love. Have them spayed or neutered.


 M. Wayne Morris D.V.M.




All spay & neuter packages include antibiotics & pain medicine

new clients are required to pay deposit at time of booking


  • Spay $220

   (additional $55 if in season)​

  • Neuter $175

Canine Spay (female)

Canine Neuter (male)

( additional $65 if in season)

  • 0-29 lbs $305.99

  • 30-59 lbs $315.99

  • 60-99 lbs $348.46

  • 100+ lbs $373.66

  • 0-40 lbs $265.99

  • 41-60 lbs $275.99

  • 61-100 lbs $285.99

  • 100+ lbs $330.66

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