Illness doesn’t always have a physical cause. Our veterinarians are here to help determine the cause of such disorders as separation anxiety and obsessive behavior, and then develop a treatment regimen.
Regular professional cleaning is important to maintaining your pet’s teeth, gums, and oral health. We clean each tooth thoroughly – above and below the gum line.
Dental technicians polish teeth to create a smooth, lustrous tooth surface more resistant to plaque buildup. Proper dental care not only keeps your pet’s mouth and teeth healthy, but also helps protect the heart and lungs.
We maintain an extensive inventory of pharmaceuticals, shampoos, flea control products and heartworm preventatives to meet the needs of your pet. We also carry a full line of prescription diets.
We believe in working with you to determine the individual needs of your pet. To keep your pet happy and healthy, we will recommend a program of essential care, including complete physical exams, diagnostic tests, dental care, proper nutrition, parasite prevention, and immunizations.
And as your pet ages, we recommend more frequent examinations for earlier detection of the health problems that older animals may develop.
We offer microchip implantation. Microchips provide a safe and permanent way to identify your pet.
We strive to educate our clients with wellness programs to fit their pet’s individual needs. This includes complete examinations, lab work, and information on specific dietary needs.
We educate in the procreation process and assist with c-sections.
Our doctors perform a wide variety of surgeries. We know that there can be uneasy feelings about your pet going under anesthesia, but we take pride in the care that we provide and we tailor the latest in anesthetic monitoring, surgical techniques and pain management to each patient.
We strive to keep you and your pet comfortable and will address any specific concerns you may have.
Ultrasound, or ultrasonography, is a diagnostic ultrasound-based imaging technique used for the examination of your pet’s heart, kidneys, liver, gallbladder, urinary bladder, etc. It can also be used to determine pregnancy and to monitor an ongoing pregnancy.
Ultrasound poses no known risks to the patient because it does not use ionizing radiation.