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Embraced pets can be taken to any licensed veterinarian. Here's to helping you find one a little closer to home.
Search below to see general animal hospitals, specialty clinics, alternative therapy services, mobile vets, and emergency facilities in your area.

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Choosing the Right Vet

We all want what's best for our pets. This means taking them to a veterinarian who will treat them like family and provide top-notch, quality care. Search above for animal hospitals in your area. We provide you with important information for each clinic including contact information, website and Facebook pages, what kinds of services are offered, and more.


In Case of Emergency

Do you know where to go if your dog or cat needs emergency veterinary care? Use the Embrace vet locator to find an emergency clinic in your area, in addition to your regular vet. Look for the pink paw print under 'Emerg.' next to the hospital name. It doesn't hurt to be prepared!


Does Low Cost Mean Low Quality?

Low-cost spay and neuter clinics offer affordable surgeries, but that doesn't mean the care is sub-par. Take a look at this article from the Waterbowl, Embrace's pet community site, for more details; debunking the myths associated with low-cost clinics: Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinics vs. Your Local Vet.


Specialty Clinics

The majority of vet clinics offer general services for your pet's wellness exams, but did you know that there are specialty clinics for things like dermatology (skin), oncology (cancer), ophthalmology (eyes), cardiology (heart), and more? If your dog or cat is dealing with a condition that could require specialty care, it might be worth researching veterinary specialists in your area, to supplement your pet's primary care.



AAHA Accreditation

The American Animal Hospital Association offers accreditation for practices that pass an evaluation of over 900 standards, confirming that they operate with the highest level of care. Veterinarians can choose if they want to apply for this accreditation, so it should be considered an added bonus rather than a requirement when comparing clinics.