Wellness & Sick Pet Care
Our Veterinarian provides an examination at every visit. The doctor will check your pet's eyes, ears, teeth, skin & hair coat for signs of disease and parasites, listen to the chest to check heart and lung health.
We do not offer after-hours services (See emergency info), but do our best to take same-day urgent cases whenever possible.
Occasionally a pet will arrive in critical condition; we ask for your patience in these situations, as a life-threatening situation requires our immediate attention and may delay appointments. Our staff will advise you if there will be an extended wait time
In addition to routine spays and neuters, our veterinarian commonly perform mass removals, cystotomies, foreign body removals, & most soft-tissue surgery.
Dental Prophylaxis, commonly referred to as dental cleaning, is often recommended for pets with signs of periodontal disease.
How is a dental prophylaxis performed? Under general anesthesia, we remove plaque and tartar using an ultrasonic scaler, followed by a thorough polishing to eliminate microscopic scratches. While your pet is sedated we are able to examine each tooth closely for abnormalities. we carefully probe the gumline to check for pockets and disease.
Extractions are sometimes necessary to improve your pet's health, and will be performed if a tooth is at risk of causing discomfort to your pet.
Digital Radiography (X-rays)
Radiographs help diagnose many diseases and injuries by giving the veterinarian a look into what can't be seen from the outside.
Our in-house lab allows us to analyze your pet's health to aid in diagnosing illnesses. This includes CBC/Blood Chemistry, Urinalysis, Heartworm/Lyme screening, FeLV/FIV Testing, and more.
Referral Laboratory Services
For non-urgent or specialized testing, blood, urine, tissues, and fecal samples may be sent to IDEXX Laboratories.
Hill's Prescription Diets
Our veterinarians are confident in the quality nutrition offered by Hill's; these foods help pets with conditions that require specific dietary needs to be met (such as kidney disease, diabetes, or food allergies).