Welcome to Sandy Paws
Sandy Paws Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary hospital that provides preventative, medical, surgical, dental, and hospitalized care for your pet.
Pet Care Services
At Sandy Paws Animal Hospital we feel that a healthy pet is a happy pet! Our community has entrusted us with the care of their pets for almost 20 years. We are passionate about our work and your pet's lifelong healthcare.
Sandy Paws Animal Hospital offers routine vaccinations, which include Canine Rabies, Distemper, Parvovirus, Leptospirosis, Influenza and Bordetella. We also offer Feline Rabies, FVRCP, and Leukemia Vaccinations.
Sandy Paws Animal Hospital offers routine cleanings, digital dental radiographs and extractions if indicated.
Sandy Paws Animal Hospital offers a wide range of in-house diagnostic services such as bloodwork, radiographs, ultrasound, ear & skin cytologies, biopsies, urinalysis, blood pressure measurement, and electrocardiograms.
Sandy Paws Animal Hospital offers a wide range of surgical services for your pet such as ovariohysterectomy, castration, mass removal, cystotomy, minor orthopedic procedures, and much more.
Cold laser therapy
Cold laser therapy is a noninvasive procedure that uses light to stimulate cell regeneration and increase blood circulation. It assists with wound healing, lameness or joint injury, post surgical pain and inflammation, spinal injuries, and skin infections.
I made an appointment at a different vet's office and ended up at this one by accident. I absolutely love the entire staff!
Very caring doctor and techs. We have had Royce treat him since we got him as a rescue dog 7 years ago.
Awesome first visit!! Such friendly, helpful, knowledgeable staff. Very kind, informative, non pushy Doctors.. Very clean and organized, facility.. Highly recommend..
Dr. Michelle Sands
Dr. Dana Frandsen
Dr. Claire Page
Monday: 8AM - 8PM
Wednesday: 7:30AM - 6:00PM
Saturday and Sunday: closed
To keep EVERYONE safe, it is of the upmost importance to keep up with vaccines and appointments. Whether you are a parent of many animals or one, shots will keep all family members safe. When a first-time animal comes into your life that animal should be taken to a Veterinarian right away. Animals can appear healthy but can be far from it. An outside animal could pose a grave threat to your family and animals by presenting disease into a home without immediate indications. Do not take a chance and consult with a Veterinarian right away and be honest about the intentions of animal care (inside or outside pets).
We offer same day urgent care appointments for things such as skin/ear infections, limping, vomiting and diarrhea. Please give us a call to schedule an appointment.
If an emergency arises, after hours, we recommend that you take your pet immediately to the nearest emergency clinic.
All shots, surgeries, dentals and care performed at our Veterinary clinic will be fully explained and an estimate will be handed to the client. Questions are welcomed at all times. Some questions can only be answered by the Veterinarian.
Different animals need different things. Your pets age, breed, lifestyle, and background (whether they came from a shelter, rescue, breeder or friend) has a huge effect on what vaccines, diagnostics and preventatives they need. Please be sure to pricing any and all health records your pup came with to help your veterinarian help you.
Yes, patients are seen by appointment only.