Our pets are family members, many of us calling them our furry babies. When something goes wrong with them it can be a scary experience. If your furry family member is expecting a surgery and you are wanting something local then let us introduce you to Polk Veterinary Clinic.
Polk Veterinary Clinic is a full service animal hospital. While they are committed to providing quality veterinary care throughout your pets life they are just as committed seeing you through those scary emergencies. Their goal is to practice the highest quality medicine and surgery with compassion and an emphasis on client education. Polk Veterinary Clinic is available to answer questions concerning an upcoming surgery or providing access to their pet library.
Together their staff have over 25 years of experience, and carry a passion to care for our furry babies as if they were their own. They are a close team, but always have room for more. Polk Veterinary Clinic also provides opportunities for local college students to gain work experience, whether welcoming clients or interning and observing.
However, if you are like me you want to read reviews before thrusting a family member into the chaos of preparing for a medical procedure. Here are some testimonials from clients.
“Dr. Brotherton is one of the most down-to-earth professionals I have ever experienced. I have complete confidence in her integrity. All our animals have received very good care for reasonable cost. She has weathered through our many “storms” of “dog-drama” with empathy, compassion and realistic solutions.”
“We couldn’t be happier with the care and service we have received at Polk Vet Clinic! We came here on a fluke when we needed a vet open on a Saturday, and immediately transferred all our animals to her. We appreciate the upfront pricing, Dr. Brotherton has always been up front and honest and asks permission before doing anything! Most recently we brought our
kitten in for a spay, and then turned around 30 minutes later to bring our pregnant boxer in for an emergency C-section. Dr. Brotheron moved mountains to accommodate this emergency and saved our 8 puppies!”