Interested in having your pets join our IVS family? Here's how.

Thank you for trusting us with your pet's health! We are excited about being a part of their journey!

Our initial consult (one-time fee) is $150.00 and will last between 1-2 hours. All patients are required to have an initial consult for IVS to treat and/or give medical advice. The initial consult fee is for the consult and exam only and does not include any recommended testing, procedures, medications, and/or supplements. (Unfortunately, our monthly Wellness Clinic brief exams we provide do not meet legal obligations for any services, medications, and/or advice outside of what is offered at the Wellness Clinics.)

We take pride in being transparent with all costs/fees and will explain and review fees prior to proceeding with any treatments. All services available at the Wellness Clinics can be performed at the same time as the initial consult appointment (same pricing) if requested.

Please follow the steps below to become a part of the family:

Step One:

Please fill out our digital NEW CLIENT FORM so we can enter you and your pets into our system.

Step Two:

Please review and sign our digital POLICIES, DISCLAIMER, and CONSENT FORMS

Step Three:

Please fill out the digital INITIAL CONSENT FORM (one per pet) and be as detailed as possible.

Step Four:

We will need prior health medical records (as far back as possible) sent to us prior to scheduling the initial consult.  It is extremely important that we get a good history as to ALL prior medical procedures (lab work, vaccines, anesthesia, medications, etc.), no matter how trivial some of these things may seem - as they all allow us to get a full picture of your pet's health! We need these records prior to seeing your pet(s) so we are able to review them and address any possible concerns at the initial consult. Please email, or have your prior clinic(s) email us their full records to: staff@integrativepets.com

Once we have received all of these items, we will contact you to get you scheduled!

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