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Fox Memorial Clinic is a donor-subsidized wellness clinic offering a wide range of veterinary services at fees which are generally 20-30% lower than most local veterinary hospitals. Payment is due when services are rendered and is on a fee-for-service basis. FMC accepts all major credit cards, Visa, MC, Discover, AMEX.  FMC also accepts Cash, Apple Pay, and Google Wallet.  FMC does not accept personal checks.

The Fox Memorial Clinic DOES NOT offer the following services:

  • Emergency care and treatment
  • Elective Cosmetic Surgery (such as tail docking, ear cropping and declawing)
  • Boarding and Grooming

Services Offered (click here for COVID-19 updates)

Office Visits:

Wellness Examinations

An annual exam is an essential preventative tool for your pet. Scheduled by appointment, this is an opportunity for pet owners to discuss questions and concerns with the veterinarian. Vaccinations and other necessary treatments are also available during the visit. Fill out the online patient/owner registration form. If you have your pet’s rabies certificate handy, please upload it on the form. If not, please bring it with you to your appointment.  FMC cannot accept invoices or receipts as proof of vaccinations.

Parasite Control

Fox Clinic has all of the diagnostics and treatments necessary to keep your pet free from both internal and external parasites. Visit the Parasites article to learn why treatment and prevention are so important for your pet’s overall health.


One in three pets goes missing during its lifetime. Statistics show that only 14% of lost dogs and 4% of lost cats are reunited with their families. A microchip is another method of ID that links your pet back to you and increases your chances of reuniting with your pet if it is lost. It is the size of a grain of rice and is inserted between your dog’s shoulder blades with a simple injection. Veterinary hospitals and shelters are now all equipped with scanners that can read these chips, should your pet become lost.

Fox Clinic provides microchips from HomeAgain.  The fee includes automatic registration of your pet in the HomeAgain national database. After registration, you may complete your pet’s profile, upload a photo, enter medical information and add an alternate contact – all online. Once your pet is registered, it will have a lifetime membership. Additional benefits such as 24/7 Lost Pet Specialists, Rapid Lost Pet Alerts, and many more are available/renewable on an annual basis.

Special Clinics:

Vaccine Clinics

FMC offers low-fee vaccination clinics, which help protect pets from common, yet potentially harmful, diseases.  All clients must sign-up ahead of time for these clinics.  Walk-ins are not accepted. If your pet is aggressive or fractious, you will need to schedule a regular appointment so the staff can take the necessary time to handle your pet. These clinics do not replace the need for regular veterinary examinations. Click here for the current schedule and additional information.

Heartworm Clinics

Fox Clinic offers low-fee heartworm clinics each spring. These appointments include testing for heartworm disease. Discounts are also offered for preventative heartworm medications. All clinics are by appointment only, and require a non-refundable deposit in order to schedule. Click here for more information about protecting your dog.

Surgery Services:

The Fox Memorial Clinic is not scheduling surgeries at this time.



X-rays are an important diagnostic tool used to look inside your pet’s body. The in-house equipment provides quick results and is safe for your pet. Radiology is performed by qualified staff technicians.

In-House Laboratory

Fox Clinic has the ability to run laboratory testing which provides immediate results. The in-house blood machine and microscopy services are staffed by certified veterinary technicians who are experts in using this equipment.

Full-Service Outside Laboratory

Affiliation with a major off-site laboratory gives Fox access to a full range of services, including chemistry profiles, biopsies, allergy testing and much more.

Compassionate Euthanasia

FMC knows that it is extremely difficult to say good-bye to a beloved pet. Veterinary professionals will help you with “end-of-life” decisions by providing you with the compassion and information required to make the choice that is right for you and your pet.

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