Coursey Blvd Animal Hospital FAQ
Bring your furry friend for their visit, any previous relevant medical or vaccination history, and a copy of our form filled out. If you forget the form, don’t worry! You can fill one out at our office in Baton Rouge.
We’re not like other animal hospitals! When you and your furry friend walk into our office, you’ll notice the quiet, relaxing environment we work hard to provide. And there’s no “veterinary office” smell! Our staff will greet you right away and get you and your pet ready for your appointment.
We pride ourselves on our efficiency and hate to keep you and your pets waiting (we know they have naps to take and trees to sniff). Our average wait time is less than 15 minutes.
If your pet needs hospitalization, we may refer to an emergency clinic or suggest that your pet stay at Coursey Blvd for Dr. Bob to monitor as needed. In rare special cases, when your little one needs even more love and care, Dr. Bob will take small patients home overnight for treatment and close observation.
Unfortunately, we do not offer any payment plans. But we will work with you to find the best price to fit your budget and provide the best care for your pet.
We have everything we need to keep your pet happy during their stay, but if you’d like to bring along their favorite toy or something to remind them of you, that’s okay with us!
We’re not a 24/7 animal hospital, but if your pet experiences an emergency, we will refer you and your pet to an emergency clinic for treatment.
There is no set prescription medication policy because it depends on the type of medication your pet needs to feel better.
Other than routine visits, you should bring your pet in when they experience illnesses or health issues. Schedule an appointment right away if your pet has medical problems such as:
- Vomiting or diarrhea for more than 24 hours
- Loss of appetite for more than 24 hours
- Irregular urination
- Oozing eyes
- Inexplicable bleeding
- Persistent coughing or respiratory issues
- Excessive scratching or other skin issues
Coursey Blvd Animal Hospital