ZippiVet

Dr. Audrey Wystrach, pictured with her cat, Bid, is a co-owner of ZippiVet.

Dr. Audrey Wystrach, pictured with her cat, Bid, is a co-owner of ZippiVet.

Dr. Audrey Wystrach said ZippiVet has been busier than she expected since the veterinarian practice opened in June.

“People are very much enjoying the convenience of seven-day service, extended hours and a high level of customer service,” she said.

Wystrach and her business partner, Paul Stone, are planning to open two new locations in 2016 in downtown and South Austin.

In October they launched the ZippiCare Pet Wellness program. Enrollment is $50, and the plan costs $39.95 per month and includes vaccinations, X-rays, blood work, unlimited office visits and a dental package, Wystrach said.

Wystrach and Stone’s goal is people-friendly pet care. Clients can walk-in or even make appointments online.

Wystrach said the clinic uses state-of-the-art equipment and designed the office with a modern look and free Wi-Fi.
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