We Provide The Best Services For Your Pet
We offer a wide range of services including medical, general surgery, x-rays, in-house laboratory workups, endoscopy/laparoscopic surgery, rehabilitation services, and preventative health care needs for your pet so that they live a longer, healthier, and happier life.
One of the best things you can do for your pet is to keep him or her healthy. And one of the easiest and least expensive ways to do that is by bringing in your pet for regular exams and vaccinations.
Imagine what your mouth would feel like if you never brushed your teeth or went to the dentist. For many dogs and cats, this is a painful reality.
Our knowledgeable staff and our facilities allow us to deal with various medical conditions your pet may experience. We are equipped to handle routine care, diagnostic procedures, and emergencies. If your pet requires hospitalization and further diagnostic tests we will keep you fully informed and ensure your pet is as comfortable as possible.
We provide many surgical services at our clinic including routine spay and neuters, soft-tissue surgeries, and orthopedic surgeries. Occasionally, we refer our patients to specialists (board-certified veterinary surgeons) to perform complex operations. We perform surgery on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Routinely, if your pet is scheduled for a surgical procedure we ask that you bring your pet that morning at 8:00 am. Alternative arrangements can be made if necessary. It is important to remember that pets should be fasted about 12 hours before any procedure requiring an anesthetic. Fresh water should be available to your pet until the morning of the surgery. Rodents or “pocket pets” are an exception to the fasting instructions and usually need to be fasted only 4-6 hours before surgery. Please consult our office for details.
A simple way to help keep your pet healthy is by protecting him or her against parasites. Heartworms, fleas, ticks, and other internal and external parasites are much more than just pests; they can cause life-threatening conditions in your pet—and cause severe, potentially fatal, health problems for you and your family.