Parasite Control (heartworm, flea/tick, deworming)
Our doctors are highly trained and experienced in spay and neutering services to more complex veterinary surgical procedures. Your pet’s safety and health are our biggest priorities. We have safety procedures set up that are used in human medicine like performing pre-surgical blood work run in our in-house laboratory to ensure your pet is healthy enough for the procedure. Depending on the urgency of the procedure, pre-surgical abnormalities will be addressed, drug selections may be modified and sometimes surgeries are postponed or even canceled until the Doctor feels the surgery is safe to perform. We have the most up to date anesthesia monitoring equipment to track vital signs. Our team is highly trained to pay close attention to your pet to ensure the best out come possible.
Below is a list of common procedures for cats and dogs:
Dental cleaning and procedures
Gastrointestinal and urinary bladder procedures
Basic ophthalmic and orthopedic procedures
During regular hospital hours we are fully equipped to provide emergency care to your pet. The most common emergencies we see (not limited to) are:
Wound care and fracture treatment
Laboratory testing including digital xray
Treatment for seizures or poisonings
IV fluids, pain control, infection treatments
Referrals to recommended specialist
The most common acute illnesses we see (not limited to) are:
Bacterial and Viral Infections
Anal Gland Infections
Urinary Tract Infections
Skin Conditions and Allergies
Ingested Foreign Objects
Long-Term Chronic Conditions
The most common chronic conditions we see (not limited to) are:
We proudly offer and carry prescription canine and feline diets.
If we do not have a particular diet on our shelf we are always happy to special order the food in.