Welcome to Preston Center Animal Clinic
We are a full-service veterinary clinic offering preventative care, dentistry, surgery, and treatment of sick and injured dogs and cats.
Whether you’re a first-time pet owner or a lifelong animal lover, you’ll find this website to be a valuable addition to your bag of tricks.
You can order from our online pharmacy, fill out forms, access your client portal, and learn useful tips from our blog. Got a question? Click the Chat icon in the lower right corner to chat with us during business hours. You can also connect with us on Facebook and Instagram.
12/24 Christmas Eve: Open, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
12/25 Christmas Day: Closed
12/26 Boxing Day: Open, regular hours
12/31 New Year’s Eve: Open, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
1/1 New Year’s Day: Closed
We provide International Health Certificates
Convenient Hours To Fit Your Needs
We know life gets hectic. That’s why we offer same-day appointments until 5:30 pm weekdays, 8 am -1 pm Saturdays, and we’re open most holidays until 2 pm.
We provide boarding for dogs and cats. Click below for more information.
Preston Center Animal Clinic is THE BEST! The staff and doctors are first class and do amazing work for their patients. I first met Dr. Montgomery, because our foster dog became sick suddenly. It turned... read moreWhitney Keltch Green 11/28/2018
Drs. Williams and Montgomery are the most kind, knowledgeable, and loving vets. Excellent diagnosticians. My boys have been going to PCAC for all 8 years of their life and I’d never go anywhere else.... read moreKelly Braddy Van Winkle 9/22/2018
Dr. Montgomery and the whole staff have been amazing with our catahoula. She had lost a lot of weight and our old vet just kept running the same tests. Dr. Montgomery has... read moreMichele Gough 5/03/2018
We Need Your Help!
Please Help Us Care For Animals In Need
Your tax-deductible donation can make a difference. Those helped by your donations include, but are not limited to:
- Animal victims of abuse or neglet
- Injured or abandoned animals found by Good Samaritans
- Elderly clients needing limited assistance for pet care
- Disabled veterans in need of care for service animals
- Pet owners experiencing medical challenges or financial hardships
You can help by donating to the Veterinary Care Charitable Fund. The VCCF is a program of the American Veterinary Medical Foundation, the charitable arm of the American Veterinary Medical Association.