Many of the same health problems that affect us, including hearing loss, also affect our pets. Fortunately, most pets adapt very well to the disability with a little help from their owners.View Article
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An annual exam is a standard procedure that we conduct but it is up to you to keep watch and make notes about your pet’s health and behavior. Our comprehensive full body examination of your pet will help ensure optimal health. Please come to us with anything that you notice or any questions that you may have.
Spaying or neutering can be done at approximately four months of age. Your pet is given an exam prior to surgery to help determine if they are healthy enough to undergo the surgical procedure. Current vaccinations are required at the time of surgery. Also a pre-anesthetic blood screen is recommended prior to undergoing anesthesia and surgery. We work with you and your pet to help manage any pain after surgery.
Most routine surgical procedures will not require suture removal. Depending on the surgical procedure suture or staple removal is required in about 14 days following the surgery.
We will examine your pet's teeth during their annual exam to determine the best schedule for your pet. Just like people, individual pets develop tartar and oral disease at different rates. Many large dogs can go for one to three years without a cleaning. However, most smaller breeds need a professional cleaning every six to twelve months. Most cats don't require dental cleaning until three years of life unless they develop root resorptive lesions that will shorten the life of the tooth. However, by brushing your pet’s teeth, using dental treats, prescription diets or additives to the water, you can minimize how often your pet will need its teeth professionally cleaned and prevent dental disease.
Your pet can have an upper respiratory infection or intestinal disruptions. Coughing, sneezing, vomiting and or diarrhea can all be debilitating for your pet and we recommending setting up an appointment with our animal clinic if your pet is suffering from these symptoms.
In addition to having an annual physical exam for your pet, we also recommend performing a yearly blood work test. This yearly exam checks your pet's kidneys, liver, blood sugar and blood protein levels. It is very easy to administer these blood tests at the same time we perform the yearly heartworm test. For our senior pets we may recommend some additional blood tests.
Payment is required at the time of service and we gladly accept cash, checks, care credit and all major credit cards. We do offer payment plan with held checks.
We appreciate notice of cancellation. Please be sure to contact us if you will not be able to make your scheduled appointment.
Yes we allow walk ins during the day for emergency vet visits. Please call our office and speak with one of our staff to set up a same day appointment.
When you are looking for a veterinarian, make sure you choose an animal doctor that makes you and your pet feel comfortable and safe, and is someone that you can trust. It is important that you also find a supportive, calm and caring environment that both you and your pet are comfortable with. Also, choosing a animal clinic that has additional in-house services can make your pet health care more convenient for you over time.
As you look around for the best veterinarian service, we want to exceed your expectations regarding high quality service to you and your pet. We are committed to consistently offering you quality pet health care combined with compassion and respect for animals. You can be confident knowing your pet is in good hands as we work closely with you to provide the best professional medical attention available.