Heights Veterinary Clinic boasts a spacious reception area / waiting room with ample seating for a large number of clients and their pets. Two receptionists are on duty to help you check in or out in a timely fashion.
Heights Veterinary Clinic has 55 cages for hospitalized or boarding animals. The cage breakdown is as follows:
- Regular Hospital/Boarding
- 20 cages for cats/dogs under 15 lbs.
- 6 cages for large cats and dogs under 30 lbs.
- 10 cages for dogs under 50 lbs.
- 13 indoor runs for large dogs
- 1 run for extra-large dogs (wolfhounds, great danes, etc.)
- 3 cages for cats/dogs under 30 lbs.
- 2 cages for dogs over 30 lbs.
Because our hospitalized patients require more intensive monitoring, our front-most bank of cages (pictured below) is reserved for them. This allows the doctors to more readily monitor their progress.
Our exam rooms are where we first interact with our clients and patients. We have a total of four exam rooms of varying size to suit the needs of our clients. All have exam tables, sinks, refrigerators (for vaccines and temperature-sensitive drugs), scales, microscopes and radiographic (X-ray) viewing boxes.
Named after Dr. Kenton R. Fickes, for his lifelong contribution to the furthering and betterment of the practice of veterinary medicine, the Heights Veterinary Clinic's new Diagnostic and Surgical Center is a state-of-the-art facility aimed at allowing our doctors to practice the highest quality medicine.