PawSteps Veterinary Center Welcomes New Clients
Dr. Sawyer’s family coined the phrase, "Pawsitive steps to better health" and it truly defines PawSteps Veterinary Center’s overall goals and philosophy of veterinary care.
From our preventive pet care options that aim to extend quality and length of life by taking steps to prevent the onset of disease, to our commitment to providing advanced veterinary diagnostics so that all of our steps in diagnosing injury and illness are efficient and promote the quickest recovery, PawSteps Veterinary Center keeps "Pawsitive Steps" as our central theme.
As pet owners ourselves, our veterinary team understands the importance of selecting a veterinarian with whom you can relate and entrust with the care of your pet. We take your giving of trust very seriously and will always work hard to provide the best options for your pet.
At your first appointment, we will take additional time with you and your pet to gather a complete medical history and discuss any areas of concern. Our team will be focused on getting to know you and giving you the time you need to get to know us. For your convenience, you can download and fill out the health history form ahead of time or you can complete all paperwork when you arrive.
We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you into our extended veterinary family. If you have any questions about our services or your pet’s health, please contact the friendly staff of PawSteps Veterinary Center.
Veterinary Exam Proxy
Unable to make your pet's scheduled appointment time? Need a last minute appointment, but having trouble working around your schedule? We are happy to accommodate a family member or friend as your pet's veterinary proxy. In order to maintain clear communication between you and the veterinary staff, we now provide a proxy form for our clients to fill out and send with the individual who will be attending your pet's visit. Please download the Veterinary Exam Proxy Form and send a complete and signed copy with your pet to their appointment to ensure that there are no miscommunications, and your pet receives only the care you have you authorized.