Welcome to Sheets Pet Clinic
Sheets Pet Clinic is a full-service veterinary clinic, from major surgeries and dental care to wellness and laboratory services. In addition, we offer a low-cost spay/neuter clinic to the public. We extend rescue rates for animal nonprofits that register via the practice manager. We stock a variety of heartworm/flea/tick prevention products. Our excellent groomer has years of experience making her clients happy. We also host a cat adoption program.
We are a dedicated team bound together by a passion for rescue and by our commitment to support the precious bond between you and your pet.
Sheets Pet Clinic provides compassionate, high-quality, affordable veterinary services for clients and nonprofit animal rescue groups in an environment that promotes the growth and well-being of our employees.
Sheets Pet Clinic aids the community by working toward solving the problem of pet overpopulation through low-cost spay/neuter services.
Sheets Pet Clinic provides an avenue for placing adoptable, sterilized kittens and cats into loving forever homes.
Above the testimonial
I don't believe you can find a more caring, skilled vet practice anywhere. I appreciate the kindness, the gentleness, the fairness of this practice. It is obvious that Dr. Sheets and her staff truly care about animals.
- Tequita Scott Williamson / Pleasant Garden
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