We all know that preventing disease or catching it in its early stages is far better than treating it once it has had time to progress to a more severe stage. Preventive health care on a regular basis will help you do just that, and save you and your pet from needless suffering and a larger financial burden.
New Puppy Exam
New puppies should visit us for vaccinations and an overall puppy exam. We perform a fecal examination for parasites, and check your pup's mouth, teeth, and gums for abnormalities. We make sure its ears, eyes, nose, and skin are free of infection, verify healthy weight and temperature, and examine lungs and other internal organs.
Our Veterinarians have an extensive background in evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of internal medicine conditions in dogs and cats.
We perform a wide variety of surgeries in the sterile environment of our operating room. Services include orthopedics, spay, neuter, intestinal, tumor removal, amputations, exploratory, and urological surgeries. In addition to high quality surgical instruments, our operating room is equipped with a modern gas anesthetic unit, cardiac, pulse oxygen monitors, and other equipment to ensure the best possible outcome for your family member.
No pet owner wants to see their pet suffer from muscle and joint pain. Laser therapy may help improve symptoms associated with Arthritis, Acute and Chronic Pain, Inflammation, Edema, and Wound Healing.
Acupuncture bridges a gap between medicine and surgery. In the Western world acupuncture is used primarily when medications are not working, are contraindicated because of possible side effects, or when surgery is not feasible. In Traditional Chinese Medicine theory, disease is an imbalance of energy in the body. Acupuncture therapy is based on balancing the energy, correcting the flow of energy, and thereby healing your pet. Traditional Chinese Medicine is not exclusive of Western Medicine.
For some diseases, using a combination of Western Medicine (drugs and/or surgery), Chinese herbal medicine, dietary changes and acupuncture therapy will achieve a much better outcome than when only one of these modalities is used.
Private kennels ensure your pets are safe while they recover from post operative surgery.
Bad doggie breath getting to you? Smelly breath is a sign that your pet may need a full dental cleaning. Like us, pets develop dental plaque. If left untreated their soft plaque builds up into hard dental calculi, which harbors bacteria and can cause the gums to recede and bleed. What many people don't realize is that this is an open invitation for the bacteria to get into your pets bloodstream. To prevent this we recommend routine check ups and dental cleanings. A full dental cleaning may involve anesthetizing your pet, allowing us to clean, polish, and seal the teeth. This will leave your furry family member with pearly whites ... without the smell!
Many of us want to do anything and everything to improve our pet's life, but in today's economy sometimes we can't afford everything we want. In other cases, our pets have other problems that make them bad anesthetic candidates. This is why we started offering non-anesthetic dental cleanings. Though we can only clean the outer surface of the teeth, it eliminates the hard dental calculi that cannot simply be brushed away. This leaves a smoother surface for you to start a daily brushing regiment and helps cut down on the hard dental calculi that can lead to periodontal disease (which may lead to teeth extractions and other health problems). Make an appointment today get the ball rolling on a brighter smile for your furry family members!