Preventative Pet Wellness Care

The saying goes “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” The best investment that you can make in your dog or cat’s health and well-being is a routine wellness examination. These are important, because they allow us to establish a baseline of their overall health, so that we can quickly see if something goes amiss. We treat every single pet and person who walks through our front doors like family, because we believe you deserve no less.

What your neighbors say…

Dr. Epps is a young and skillful surgeon. Who did a terrific job cutting my boy Elmo Elrod’s tumors out yesterday. Tim, the Surgeons asistant, did the hardest work of keeping Elmo sedated during surgery and ensuring he woke up. Elmo is almost 12, so I was concerned about him ‘going under the knife’, but the whole staff, including English who runs the office and the kind Lady in the back who put the cat away, are awesome people. Thank you for the great job! Don’t let Dr. Epps youthful appearance fool you. He’s worked in Emergency clinics and has a tremendous amount of surgical experience, and I would trust him again with my boys again.


I’m new to the area and needed to update vaccines, I read alot of reviews of locals vet offices, when I read the reviews of Shuler Veterinary clinic I felt the reviews were genuine so I made an appointment. I am glad I did. Dr Shuler and his staff were truly interested in the health and well-being of my pup. They were compassionate, knowledgeable about my dogs breed and listened to my concerns. I highly recommend Shuler Veterinary Clinic.


The staff at Shuler are more than just vets and techs. So very much more! For 12 years they have taken such amazing care of our pets. When it was time for Belle to start her next adventure, there was no one else I wanted to help than them. Infinite thanks to Kit Menis Patrick, Julie, Sam and Charley. Words cannot describe the place Kristine McNaney and Dr. Marian Shuler Holladay have in my heart. Belle may have had a funny way of showing it, but she loved you all so much!


What To Expect

The first step is to give us a call to schedule your examination!

During your pet’s exam, we will take basic measurements – such as their weight, temperature, listen to their heart, etc. We will then conduct a full nose-to-tail examination where we carefully study each of their major bodily systems.

This is also a great opportunity for us to answer any questions you might have about your pet’s wellness, and to help you set healthy habits.