Personalized Care

At Companion Care Veterinary Clinic, we honor the faith pet parents put in us by striving to improve our practice in ways both big and small. We believe in learning something new every day and passing that knowledge on to you so that you feel empowered to take the lead in your pet’s life. Getting to play a part in your best friend’s life journey is a privilege we don’t take lightly. Regardless of where your pet is on that journey, you can count on us to be here every step of the way.

From the Beginning

Meet Our Team

Dr. Michalena Satowski, our Companion Care veterinarian, has a background in biology and zoology, as well as oncology and rescue work. She and the rest of our highly trained team have made caring for animals their life’s mission. Never content with the status quo, we’re always working to improve our practice and our approach to veterinary medicine. When you choose us, you’re choosing excellence.

The Bark of the Town

The Bark of The Town

My pets have been cared for over a 13-year span by Dr Satowski and staff. My Sheltie was given one more year of comfortable life where no others would try. My present two (10 and 12 yrs) have been with C.C. since puppies. Dr.S loves her furry clients and explains all her findings in great detail, never appears hurried. She has picked her staff accordingly. The name of this clinic should be "Compassion Care." Thank you all for your wonderful service???? 

Liliana C

Companion Care has been the best vet office I've ever been to and the only one I've stuck with. They probably saved my dog's life on one occasion when she had pancreatitis. When my dog passed away they sent me a really nice card that they all signed. Good people, don't overcharge, and are very caring.

Melanie M

Wonderful, caring, and patient staff and doctor. They are always willing to answer questions and are extra gentle with my older dog. A bit pricey, but you get excellent service and support. The doctor is extremely knowledgeable and doesn't recommend things that aren't truly necessary. It's obvious she cares about her patients (and their owners).

T. T.