How do I schedule an appointment?
Are you accepting new clients?
How do I schedule a new client appointment with Dr. Judy Morgan?
Dr. Judy Morgan is no longer accepting clients for office appointments as she has retired from the practice. If you would like to schedule a phone consult with her through Naturally Healthy Pets, you can learn more here.
Where are you located?
What are your hours?
Clayton Veterinary Associates is open:
Monday: 9AM – 6PM
Tuesday: 9AM – 6PM
Wednesday: 9AM – 6PM
Thursday: 9AM – 6PM
Friday: 9AM – 4PM
Churchtown Veterinary Associates is open:
Tuesday: 9AM – 4PM
Thursday: 11AM – 5PM
How much is _____?
Please note that we are not able to give estimates for surgical or complex medical procedures over the phone, nor are we able to provide an exact estimate for the cost of treating a specific illness. This information will vary depending on the individual pet and can only be provided after a physical exam.
What payment methods do you accept?
Do you offer payment plans?
However, we highly recommend CareCredit to our clients who are looking for a payment plan.
CareCredit is a credit card exclusively for veterinary or healthcare services. Many CareCredit transactions are eligible for a No Interest or Low Interest Payment Plan. If you would like more information on which transactions qualify for no interest or low interest, please call our office at 856-881-7470. This service is a provided by a third party, and we do not receive any bonuses or “kickbacks” for referring clients to apply.
For more information on CareCredit or to sign up for a card, please visit their website here.
Care Credit gives an instant approval or denial, and you can use the card immediately if you are approved! Please be sure to print your approval and/or write down your card number if you think you will need to use your card before receiving your physical card in the mail.
What kind of pets do you see?
If you have a different type of pet and would like to see if we can help, please give us a call at 856-881-7470!
Can I have x-rays done at both locations?
What foods do you recommend?
What Flea & Tick preventatives do you recommend?
Many of our clients have had success with natural alternatives. We carry Vetri-Repel spray, K&K Flea/Tick Spray, and K&K Flea/Tick Shampoo. These will act to repel insects from your pet and make them a less attractive host for these parasites.
If you are not sure which prevention is right for your pet, please call us at 856-881-7470.
Why do you not prescribe monthly oral flea and tick prevention?
What Heartworm preventatives do you recommend?
Does my pet need a yearly heartworm test if they stay on the preventative all year round?
It is a common misconception that heartworm preventatives will prevent mosquitos from transmitting heartworm larvae to pets. In reality, heartworm preventatives work not by preventing heartworm infection but by preventing heartworm disease, killing any larvae that may infect your pet before they can grow and reproduce.
The test that can detect immature larvae before they grow into adult heartworms would have to be done monthly. In addition, preventatives will not kill larvae past a certain point in their development cycle, and they will not kill adult heartworms.
If an animal is on heartworm preventatives with an undetected heartworm infection, it may also cause the worms to develop a resistance to the prevention. This puts all animals in the surrounding area at risk of also contracting the disease. In some southern regions of the United States this has already become a problem.
My pet isn’t good with other animals. Can you accommodate us?
I need help getting my pet in and out of my car. Will your staff help me?
We do ask that all cats and very small dogs be transported in a carrier for both the safety of the pet and our staff. We may ask that your dog be muzzled for their own protection if our staff will need to lift or carry them. Even very friendly and loving dogs can lash out in pain or fear, and our technicians have been trained to recognize the signs of a stressed animal and take steps to ensure everyone (including your pet) remains safe during high stress situations.