Embassy Veterinary Center

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Embassy Veterinary Center.

If you do not find your answer below, please do not hesitate to contact us by clicking the link below and we will reach out to you to answer your question as soon as possible!

Yes we will fit you in between already scheduled appointments. We can also offer drop offs to better accommodate your schedule but we do prefer appointments in order to limit your wait times.

Yes we will see emergencies that come in. Our locations are centered in the community and we are most of the time the closest service to help you and your pet in the most critical times of need. 

We require Rabies, Distemper/Parvo, Bordetella, FVRCP for our boarding, grooming and daycare services. We prefer that these are given 2 weeks prior but do understand that emergencies arise and can accommodate same day vaccines.

We have the option to add on daycare services for boarding dogs after we receive and review the daycare application. A free evaluation day will follow where we slowly introduce pets into the daycare to find the best class that matches their personality and energy. If daycare is not chosen we do keep the pets from visiting with their neighbors. 

Dogs are walked and offered cuddles at least 3 times per day if not more on days the facility is open. Twice on days we are closed.

We can provide all of your pet’s basic needs. There is no need to bring blankets, beds or bowls for your pet we have all of that for them. We do recommend bringing your pet’s daily medications but we can prescribe that for established clients or after a veterinary exam while they are with us. We do provide dry canine/feline food but you are also welcome to bring your pet’s regular diet to avoid any GI stresses.

We have highly trained staff to notice when your pet may be feeling under the weather. We will notify you of their symptoms through phone calls and text messages and provide an exam and care under the direction of our highly trained veterinarians.

Some of our locations do staff that work through the night to continuously watch your pet, please ask when scheduling. 

We welcome tours most days. We do occasionally restrict visitors on surgery days or holidays when we need to dedicate our staff resources to providing the best care to our boarders. 

Not currently. We want to provide the most attention to our boarders while our staff is in on the weekends and holidays.

The type of procedure the pet will be having will determine the length of time they will need to stay after any surgery or sedation.



” My goldendoodle Finn goes there for grooming and daycare. The groomers do a great job and always call if they have a question or a concern. Lori at daycare is awesome shares pictures of Finn playing he loves going there to play and hang out. I have also had him in to meet the vet and am considering changing to them for his veterinary care. “

- Sue Curd