“Willow” -- As a young child Dr. Stacey always had a love of Willow trees and dreamed of having one of her own to read beneath. In fact, every year for her birthday she asked to plant a Willow tree.
Willow trees symbolize strength, stability and withstanding the greatest of challenges, much like her journey to become a veterinarian and open the hospital of her dreams.
“Grace” completes our name because we feel so blessed to be able to share our passion and provide the best care for all of your beloved family members. We are grateful for this opportunity and look forward to many years serving the community.
We understand the deep connection you share with your four-legged family member. That’s because we’re pet parents and veterinary professionals. We know just how much joy a pet can bring to your life, and we also know the challenges a pet parent can face. Our love of animals and desire to truly get to know every animal that walks through our doors makes our care unique.
We know the trust pet owners put in us, and how important and special your furry companion is. That’s why we work so hard to be more than just a doctor; we want to be your trusted pet care partner. Your experience at Willow Grace will be friendly and warm, with smiles and belly rubs, biscuits, and purrs. And you’ll have the peace of mind knowing your pet is receiving excellent medical care in a modern and compassionate setting. That’s the Willow Grace difference.
Does a visit to the vet stress both you and your pet? We understand that! Stress and anxiety are common for some animals when visiting the vet, and we work hard to eliminate (or at least reduce) stressors during your pet’s visit.
What makes a vet visit Fear Free?
Our entire veterinary team is Fear Free trained, meaning they are professionally trained to create a calm and stress-free experience. From calm waiting rooms to quiet exam areas and a gentle, loving touch, we make it our mission to make your pet feel comfortable and relaxed.
Does the vet stress your pet?
If you already know your pet doesn’t enjoy a trip to the vet, has anxiety, or is aggressive, let us know ahead of time! Be sure to fill out our Fear Free visit form (Click Here) and send it to our office. We will make sure to allow extra time for your four-legged family member, and we will give you some pre-visit tips and tricks you can use at home to help prepare your pet.