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.
Pet Portal and Online scheduling
Welcome to the Sheets Pet Clinic online pet portal! The online pet portal allows you to book an appointment for your pet(s) without having to pick up the phone! It also gives you quick and easy access to see upcoming appointments, upcoming reminders and lets you request refills for prescriptions. SURGICAL APPOINTMENTS CANNOT BE SCHEDULED ONLINE.
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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