Routine physical examinations are the best way to monitor your pet's health and identify any issues before they become major life problems. Our full set of preventative health services cover your pet from birth, all the way through senior care, so they can have a long, enjoyable life.
Get your puppy or kitten off to a good start by enrolling in our puppy and kitten wellness plans.
Our plans offer the required vaccination protocol for puppies and kittens, along with deworming and fecals
Your pet is a big part of your family and vaccinations help protect them from dangerous and highly contagious diseases such as parvo, rabies, and respiratory infections. Keeping your pet up to date on their vaccinations will help them stay healthy. It's important to remember that vaccinations are not a cure when your pet has become ill.
On the first Saturday of each month, we offer a low cost pet vaccination clinic between 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm. Our vaccination prices are reduced and there is never an examination fee. No appointment is necessary.
By spaying or neutering your pet, you help eliminate unwanted litters, protect against certain cancers, and reduce behavioral problems associated with the breeding instinct. This ultimately helps your pet live a healthier life.
Our experienced staff is dedicated to the health of your pet and consistently monitors their care before, during, and after the procedure using the most current surgical procedures and monitoring equipment.
The dental health of your pet is very important, and poor dental health and can affect the rest of the body. Regular dental cleanings can prevent severe dental disease and identify any underly health concerns. Dental cleanings are performed while the patient is under general anesthesia. The procedure includes scaling (removing tartar), polishing, examining each tooth individually, and applying fluoride.
Having a microchip insterted into your pet can help return it to you in the event they become lost. The microchip contains a unique identification number for your pet.
Our facility is equipped to perform a variety of surgeries.
Our experienced staff is dedicated to the health of your pet and consistently monitors their care before, during, and afterwards using the most current surgical procedures and monitoring equipment.
We offer the latest in digital radiography and partner with specialists to offer ultrasound services at our clinic.
Our pharmacy carries an extensive inventory of prescription medications and over the counter products, including shampoos, ear cleaning products, flea and tick prevention, and heartworm prevention. We also offer a variety of prescription foods from Hill's and Royal Canin.
Traveling to destinations within the United States and into foreign coutnries may require a health certificate for your pet. Most airlines will require one issued within 10 days of your travel. We can provide you with the necessary documentation.
Allergies, infections and metobolic diseases can all irritate your pet's skin causing them to scratch and bite. Pets have highly sensitive skin and these types of issues are not uncommon. Talk to us if your pet shows signs of skin irriation.
Just like humans, pets can also have allergies. Frequent licking or scratching can indicate that your pet is allergic to something.
Surgeries and some medical procedures require that your pet undergo anesthesia to minimize pain and allow the doctor to work. We follow a strict protocol that focuses on the well being of your pet.
The diet and nutrition of your pet is extremely important for a long and health life. We can help counsel you on the right diet for your pet.
Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes are more than just a nuisance. Not only can they seriously harm your pet, they can facilitate the spread of disease between your pet and family members. Fortunately, we can treat and prevent any parasitic infections in your pet.
Your pet's needs change as they age and senior pets have different nutritional and care requirements. You many not notice subtle changes in their health until their is a full blow problem. Regular examinations, blood work, and other diagnostics ensures that your pet receives the appropriate care.
Losing a companion is hard. When it is time to say good bye to your pet, we can help ease their pain and suffering in a compassionate way.