Essentials PetCare announced 12 new locations to arrive in early 2021
Published December 10, 2020
The veterinary clinics will provide contact-free veterinary visits at an additional 12 select Walmart stores
LARGO, Fla. – Essentials PetCare announced its plans to open 12 new clinics in early 2021 at select Walmart locations, listed with projected opening dates below:
- Calhoun, Ga. (Jan. 19, 2021): 450 W Belmont Dr.
- Garland, TX (Jan. 2021): 5302 N Garland Ave.
- Hurst, TX (Jan. 2021): 1732 Precinct Line Rd.
- Plano, TX (March 2021): 6001 N Central Expy.
- Marietta, Ga. (April 2021): 2795 Chastain Meadows Pkwy.
- Fayetteville, Ga. (early 2021): 125 Pavilion Pkwy.
- Loganville, Ga. (early 2021) 4221 Atlanta Hwy.
- Orlando, Fla. (early 2021): 11250 E Colonial Dr.
- Jacksonville, Fla. (early 2021): 4250 Phillips Hwy.
- West Palm Beach, Fla. (early 2021): 4375 Belvedere Rd.
- Boynton Beach, Fla. (early 2021): 3200 Old Boynton Rd.
- Pompano Beach, Fla. (early 2021): 2300 W Atlantic Blvd.
“We are keenly aware of the financial hardships occurring throughout the communities we serve and the need for our services,” says Bruce Newman, cofounder and executive chairman at Essentials PetCare, “We look forward to providing the affordable, accessible, high-quality care that is much needed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
In 2016, Essentials PetCare launched the very first retail veterinary clinic located within a Walmart store in Port Richey, Florida. The company’s clinics provide affordable routine veterinary care, including vaccinations, labwork, and treatment for a variety of minor illnesses, such as ear infections, common skin conditions, and urinary issues. More serious ailments and surgeries are referred to full-service veterinary hospitals in the surrounding community.
According to a December 2018 study published by Access to Veterinary Care Coalition and the University of Tennessee, nearly 28 percent of U.S. households with an estimated 29 million dogs and cats experience barriers to veterinary services because of cost and not knowing where to access care. With the mission to improve the lives of pets and their families by providing affordable, accessible, high-quality veterinary care, the Essentials PetCare team hopes to remove these barriers to quality care in more communities. To see the full report, go to http://avcc.utk.edu/avcc-report.pdf.
Essentials PetCare is scheduling contact-free visits for the safety of clients and staff while COVID-19 transmission is still a concern. Pet parents can book a visit for their pets online and email their pets’ records, if any, to their local clinic. Once visits are scheduled, pet parents will simply drop off their pet inside their local clinic’s door at their scheduled time, then watch their pets’ exam via live video.
Updates on these new locations will be sent to those who sign-up to receive Essentials PetCare newsletters: https://essentialspetcare.com/newsletter/.
About Essentials PetCare
Established in 2015, Essentials PetCare, LLC is a purpose-driven organization that provides easy access to affordable, high quality preventative and minor illness care for dogs and cats. The company’s mission is to expand veterinary services to more pet-owning families who would otherwise not seek care because of cost. Essentials PetCare believes that no animal should ever suffer or put its family at risk of contracting diseases due to affordability. In addition to caring for pets, the company is focused on the wellbeing of its employees by promoting work-life harmony, including flexible scheduling, comprehensive benefits, and employee stock options. For more information about Essentials PetCare, visit EssentialsPetCare.com, @EssentialsPetCare on Facebook and Instagram and @EssentialsPet on Twitter.
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