All God’s Creatures Teaching Hospital & Surgery Center is always excited to welcome new patients and their families. To make sure you and your pet have the best possible experience with us, we would like you to learn more about us. 

New Pet Registration 

All new clients and patients should complete a registration form prior to the first appointment if possible. You can fill out our New Client Form online:

Existing Clients

If that would like to request a future appointment or add additional pets to their account please visit the site below.  If you need assistance with your username and password, please call us and we can help you retrieve that information. 

Referral Forms

Referring Veterinarians Only-Please Complete Form*

If you have a pet that needs veterinary care offers All God’s Creatures Teaching Hospital & Surgery Center (AGC) offers the best care possible for your cat and dog. Your animal will be cared for by a talented team that consists of experienced veterinarians, senior veterinary nurses, and hospital staff members. AGC  believes in offering the highest quality medicine and surgery available in a timely, friendly and compassionate manner. Once your pet has been assessed, we will provide you with a diagnosis and best options for treatment. AGC will work with you to determine a treatment plan for your pet.

Leash and Carrier Policy

For the protection of all patients and owners, dogs must be on a leash while in the lobby area and exam rooms. All cats must be kept in an appropriate carrier or on a leash.   

Payment Policy 

We require full payment at the time that services are rendered.  For your convenience, we accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and cash. 

Discount Policy 

All God’s Creatures Teaching Hospital & Surgery Center is pleased to offer a 10% discount for office visits and services for seniors, active duty military personnel and certified service dogs.  

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