MATTHEWS – Pet Paradise has opened a full-service veterinary clinic at its Matthews resort.
The clinic inside the resort offers a full range of medical procedures, including surgery, preventive care, dental cleanings and wellness plans to ensure the best care for guests.
“At Pet Paradise, we strive to provide the most comprehensive, top-quality care to our customers,” President and CEO Fernando Acosta-Rua. “We want to make it as convenient as possible for busy pet owners to receive the best care for their animals whether they use our resort for other services or just come for a veterinary exam.”
The Matthews clinic will offer vaccinations, annual exams, heartworm and leukemia testing, bloodwork, urinalysis, microchipping, surgical procedures and dental cleanings. Each clinic is staffed by one veterinarian, a practice manager and approximately five veterinary technicians.
Pet Paradise opened the firm’s first veterinary clinic in Jacksonville in 2017 and operates 10 clinics across the southern United States. Pet Paradise also opened its first full-service veterinary hospital in Jacksonville in July.
“Pet owners have trusted Pet Paradise to care for their beloved dogs and cats for more than 17 years, and we are proud to offer a new cohesive pet care experience to our Matthews customers,” said Dr. Jaime Pickett, chief veterinary officer at Pet Paradise. “We only recruit the best veterinarians and veterinary staff to provide quality medicine and services in all our clinics.”
Dr. Brenton Anderson will serve as on-site veterinarian at Pet Paradise Matthews. Anderson has a passion for orthopedic and soft-tissue surgeries. He believes preventive care is vital to pet health.
Pet Paradise offers three wellness plans that focus on annual preventative care that is bundled and then split into monthly payments for convenience:
• The Core Wellness Plan also provides unlimited office visits, two intestinal fecal exams, three routine dewormings, heartworm test, leukemia / FIV test, ear cytology, skin cytology, interstate health certificate and rabies, distemper, parvo, leptospirosis and bordetella vaccines per year. The Core Wellness Plan costs $34 per month and includes two free days of day camp annually.
• The Vital Wellness Plan offers all of the services in the Core Plan, along with urinalysis, blood work, leukemia, influenza and lyme vaccines annually. The Vital Plan costs $46 per month and includes four free days of day camp per year.
• The Premium Wellness Plan offers all services in the Vital Plan and electrocardiogram, blood pressure check, pulse oximetry and one professional dental cleaning or one spay or neuter per year. The premium Wellness costs $60 per month and comes with six free days of camp each year.
“Wellness plans can help detect problems early for a better prognosis, less complex treatment and reduced medical expenses,” said Dr. Pickett. “Our veterinary care offering not only serves the guests at our resort, but new customers as well. The experience fits seamlessly into a pet owner’s day by allowing them to schedule an exam at a time convenient for them or by booking a day of camp for their dog or cat along with a veterinary exam.”
Pet Paradise is located at 10714 Independence Pointe Pkwy.
Visit www.petparadise.com to learn more.