Frequently Asked Questions

How often should my pet have an exam and bloodwork?

Did you know that often each year for the life of an animal is approximately seven years for humans? Imagine a seven-year-old dog that doesn’t go to the vet for three years. This situation would be the same as a 49-year-old person not going to the doctor for 21 years! Partners for Pets Veterinary Hospital, we recommend yearly exams and blood work as necessary for healthy pets, and more frequently with those with illness or disease. Taking proper care of your pet during their younger years can mean fewer medications as they age, and may extend the life of your pet.

What if my pet has an after-hours problem?

Partners for Pets Veterinary Hospital are pleased to offer emergency veterinary care for the Montgomery and Pike Road areas of Alabama. Both Dr. Sirmon and Dr. Aman are on call each day of the week, twenty-four hours a day. The same level of compassion and care you have come to experience during regular business hours is available anytime that your precious pet may be in need. If your pet is experiencing an after-hours issue, please give us a call on how to proceed.

What financing options do you offer, or is payment expected at the time of service?

Payment is due when services are rendered at Partners for Pets Veterinary Hospital. We do understand that not all veterinary visits are planned, and we are pleased to accept all major credit cards. Care Credit is another resource accepted, and their application process can be found here: https://www.carecredit.com/vetmed/.