New Clients

If you are a new client with and would like to Make An Appointment, please complete our online booking form or contact us at (386) 788-1550.

We’d like to welcome our new clients to Ravenwood Veterinary Clinic and thank you for your interest in our veterinary care! When you visit us, you’ll be greeted warmly by a receptionist who will ensure that you’re comfortable during your stay and that we have any and all information required to successfully onboard your pet.

We ask that you fax your pet’s medical records to (386) 756-8970 or email [email protected].

If for any reason you are unable to obtain these records, please let us know and we will work to get them transferred to our office directly.

Please arrive at least 15 minutes early.

When you arrive early, it allows us extra time to process your pet’s records and prepare our veterinarians. We work diligently to ensure your wait times aren’t excessive and can typically respond to your query the same day when you contact us for an appointment.

As always, if you have absolutely any questions about our services, procedures, prices or your next appointment, we welcome you to give us a call, email or simply stop on by!

Reduce wait times, bring paperwork with you!

Visiting a new veterinarian can be stressful, so we work to put you at ease whenever you visit. Our facilities are clean and peaceful, and we’ll add your pet’s information directly to our database while you wait. Pets love the calm and welcoming environment at our veterinary clinic and we’re sure you’ll love it too.

Working with us to secure your pet’s medical information before your visit will help to reduce your wait time and ensure that we can have a smooth visit when you arrive. If you have any questions about your pet’s medical records, feel free to give us a call at (386) 788–1550 or send us an email to [email protected].

Client & Pet Registration


Reptile History Questionnaire


Avian History Questionnaire


What's Next

  • 1

    Call us to schedule an appointment.

  • 2

    Meet with a doctor for an initial exam.

  • 3

    Put a plan together for your pet.