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Annual dental exams and cleanings are recommended to protect your pet from many health problems and help them maintain a healthy and clean mouth.
Proper diet and nutrition can help your pet fight against disease, maintain a proper weight, and promote the overall well-being of your pet.
Parasites such as fleas and ticks can be very damaging to your pet’s health. Preventive measures should be taken year-round to inhibit potential outbreaks.
Preventative care is an important aspect in maintaining your pet’s health. Proper vaccination is vital in protecting them against harmful diseases.
Microchip identification is the most reliable way to reunite lost pets with their owners.
Annual wellness exams evaluate your pets overall health, detect problems before they become serious, and keep them on track to live a long, healthy life.
We’re equipped to perform routine radiography services to identify many types of illness or injury when pets are sick or suffer a trauma.
An ultrasound is a highly useful tool when evaluating heart conditions, internal organs, cysts and tumors, and diagnosing pregnancy.
A bronchoscopy is a useful tool when evaluating a patient with a respiratory problem that cannot otherwise be diagnosed or as a treatment to remove foreign bodies.
An endoscopy is a highly useful medical imaging tool used to examine your pet without actually examining an internal organ or obtaining a biopsy.
Diagnostic testing can identify problems your pet may be experiencing so that proper treatment can begin before a condition worsens.
Spaying or neutering your pet can help them live a longer, healthier life, minimize behavior problems, and help control the population of unwanted dogs and cats.
We perform soft tissue surgery for a number of medical reasons. This common surgery can be used for most anything non-joint or bone related.
Orthopedic surgery can help pets who suffer from joint problems, torn ligaments, broken bones, and even help correct congenital problems.
Also known as “bandaid surgery” or “keyhole surgery”, laparoscopic surgery is a less invasive method of surgery.
Cardiology is a branch of medicine dealing with disorders of the heart as well as part of the circulatory system.
We can diagnose and treat a number of eye conditions your pet may be suffering from including glaucoma, cataracts, retinal diseases, and more.
No matter where you’re going, or where you’re coming from, rest assured that our priority is keeping your furry friend happy, healthy and safe.
No matter what your day entails, be rest assured that our priority is keeping your furry friend happy, healthy and safe.
Are you traveling domestically within the USA? As a federally accredited veterinarian practice, we can issue travel certificates for your healthy pet so they can travel with you.
Going out of the country? As a federally accredited veterinarian practice, we can issue travel and acclimation certificates for your healthy pet so they can travel internationally with you.
Euthanizing a pet is not an easy decision. We are here to discuss options and assist in every way we can during this difficult time.
There are a number of wonderful ways to memorialize your beloved pet. Cremation can be a lovely way to honor and celebrate their lives.
There are a number of wonderful ways to memorialize your beloved animal companion. Burial can be a lovely way to honor and celebrate their life.
The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) is instrumental in advancing feline veterinary care through their publications of Practice Guidelines, Position Statements, and other educational resources.
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is the only accrediting organization for companion animal veterinary hospitals in the United States and Canada.
The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP)’s vision is to provide and promote the highest possible standard of animal care, and to increase the quality of veterinary methods worldwide.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) is the leading, and mostcollective voice of the veterinary profession.
The Cat Friendly Practice program is awarded through the American Association of Feline Practitioners, and is a global initiative intended to advance the care for cats by reducing stress and making practice visits more calm and enjoyable.