Services:

Keeping pets healthy and preventing disease is our priority.

We Provide:

  • Dental Care
  • End of Life Decisions
  • Examinations
  • Immunizations
  • Intensive Care
  • Micro-chipping
  • Nutrition Counseling
  • Parasite Prevention Programs
  • Prescription Foods
  • Referrals to Specialists when extraordinary problems arise
  • Reproduction
  • Soft Tissue Surgeries
  • Some Orthopedic Surgery
  • Surgical Spays and Neuters
  • Up to Date Anesthetic Techniques and Monitoring Equipment

Diagnostic Care:

When problems do arise we may need special tests to help us make a diagnosis or monitor a condition. For these occurrences we have both in-housing testing as well as outside laboratory consultations.

  • Bacterial and Fungal Cultures
  • Heartworm Testing        
  • Parasite Testing                                                                  
  • Radiology (x-rays)
  • Serum Chemistries, Hematology, Serology (blood work)        
  • Urinalysis

Our hospital is fully equipped for most elective, non-elective, and emergency procedures.

Good preventative dental care begins with these basics:

  • A Nutritious Diet
  • Appropriate Chew Treats/Toys
  • Regular Brushing Teeth at Home
  • Regular Dental Check-ups and Professional Cleaning 
We are equipped with dental instruments and ultrasonic scalers to remove plaque and tarter as well as able to extract teeth.  It is estimated that without proper dental care 80% of dogs and 70% of cats will show signs of oral disease by the age of three.
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We recommend starting the vaccine series at 6-8 weeks of age and continuing with vaccines every 3 to 4 weeks until the last of the series is given, generally, around 4 months of age.

Stage 1:  Puppy and Kitten   (6-16 weeks of age) Recommendations

  • Beginning grooming for your pet to reduce anxiety later
  • Check for intestinal parasites
  • Elective reproductive surgeries (spay or neuter) for pets not intended for breeding or showing
  • Heartworm prevention for puppies and possibly kittens
  • High-quality growth diet for proper development
  • Initial vaccination series
  • Introduce home dental care
  • Positive contact with other people and pets (critical for proper socialization)

Stage 2: Young Adult (6-12 months for cats and small-breed dogs) (12-18 months for large-breed dogs)       Recommendations

  • Heartworm & tick-disease prevention and routine check-ups
  • Obedience training classes to help reinforce desirable behavior habits
  • Regular exercise to promote good body conditioning
  • Regular grooming to maintain your pet’s coat
  • Regular home dental care

    Stage 3: Mature Adult (2-8 years for cats and small-breed dogs) (2-7 years for large-breed dogs)  RecommendationsDog_And_Cat

  • Good quality maintenance diet to help avoid health risks
  • Heartworm prevention, routine check-ups and booster vaccinations
  • Professional dental care as needed
  • Regular exercise to promote good body conditioning
  • Regular grooming to maintain a healthy coat
  • Regular home dental care
  • Screening for common conditions in aging pets

Stage 4: Senior Adult (over 6-8 years for dogs, depending on the breed) (over 8-9 years for cats) Old-dog-and-cat-1205PETsenior Recommendations

  • Gradual adjustment to diet appropriate for senior animals
  • Heartworm & tick-disease prevention and routine check-ups
  • Screening for common conditions in the older pet
  • Vaccinations up-to-date