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Pet Health Plus Veterinary Hospital offers full service veterinary care in a warm, friendly environment. Our staff is dedicated, professional, compassionate and well educated. Our goal is to provide your pet with the best care tailored to your preference of traditional western medicine, holistic, or an integration of both approaches.
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