Doubletree Vet Online

Thanks for visiting Doubletree Vet online. We are located in Little Rock on Ferndale Cutoff just minutes from Chenal Parkway in West Little Rock. If you are looking for a veterinarian or a groomer, or you need a place to board your animal in Little Rock, you have come to the right place. Little Rock Veterinarian Cliff Peck and his expert staff at Doubletree Veterinary Clinic are ready to serve you and your pets. We look forward to making you part of our family.

Please take a few moments to look around our website. Here you will find our mission statement, learn about all of the veterinary service we offer, meet our staff, and find links to important information and resources about your pets health.

Weather Related Pet News
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During the winter, people and their pets tend to spend more time indoors, so it is important to keep the home environment safe for your dog. The following are some common issues to be aware of:

  • Many types of houseplants can be poisonous to dogs. If eaten, these plants can cause problems such as vomiting and diarrhea, as well as other reactions that can be severe or even fatal. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ Poison Control Center provides a list of toxic houseplants, as well as dangerous outdoor plants, on its website. It is important to keep all dangerous plants out of your dog’s reach.
  • Burning candles, fireplaces, wood-burning stoves and space heaters create the potential for burns and smoke inhalation. The flickers and warmth of a fire can be an attraction for dogs; because of this, dogs should not be left alone in a room with open flames or hot electric elements. When these items are in use, monitor your dog at all times to keep him from getting burned or possibly starting a house fire.
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning can be a threat to dogs as well as people. Furnaces, gas water heaters, and gas/kerosene space heaters should always be evaluated for any leakage. Because dogs tend to be in the house for longer periods of time during the winter, they can be exposed to carbon monoxide leaks for longer, which may cause serious health issues or death. Checking smoke detectors (and purchasing smoke detectors that also detect increases in carbon monoxide)  will help protect your pets and family.

Last Updated on Thursday, 21 February 2013 14:21
Office Policies

Please have all dogs on leashes, all cats in carriers, and all farm animals fitted with harnesses and/or lead ropes.


We will see emergencies first, appointments second, and walk-ins third.

Payment is due at the time services are provided. We accept cash, checks, VISA, Mastercard, Discover, and Care Credit. If you have any concerns regarding payment on your account, please let our staff know!


Animals for Adoption
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Right now, we do not have any animals for adoption living at our clinic.  But, if you are looking for a new pet, please contact our office.  We would love to help you find a new member of your family!

Veterinary Information
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Here are links for reliable and accurate information regarding your pets health! Please don't Dr. Google - There is too much information that is WRONG and could be harmful to your pets health!!!


Links we love

Find your new pet at a shelter!

Awesome pet foods that we sell at our clinic!

Great site to see if pet insurance is right for you!

Get an e-mail or text message to remind to give your monthly preventions!




Our office hours:


7:30am - 6:00pm
7:30am - 6:00pm
7:30am - 6:00pm
7:30am - Noon
7:30am - 6:00pm
8:00am - Noon

After Hours Emergencies. Call 821-1880
and listen for options