Preventative care and regular wellness exams allow your pet’s veterinarian to monitor their health and catch diseases in their earliest stages. Being able to catch any potential ailments as soon as possible is helpful for many reasons; when caught early, diseases are easier and cheaper to treat, and your pet can be saved from needless suffering.
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When your pet isn't feeling their best, getting to the bottom of the problem as quickly as possible is key. Our hospital offers in-house technologies and services including a fully laboratory, digital radiography (x-rays), ultrasound, and advanced testing for allergies, dermatology, and more.
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Veterinary Pet Surgery
Our veterinarians are experienced in providing a wide variety of both general and advanced surgeries to treat many medical conditions. All pet owners tend to feel nervous or apprehensive when their beloved dog or cat is undergoing an invasive procedure such as a surgery. Our clients can feel assured that their pet is in the hands of experienced and precise veterinary surgeons, who have performed countless successful surgeries previously.
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Pet Dental Services
Dental health is an important component of overall well being for cats and dogs. Neglected dental care can lead to pain and discomfort in the oral cavity and, over time, oral bacteria can accumulate and enter the bloodstream, thereby spreading infection to other areas of the body. Prevention of dental disease is key to keep your pet feeling their best. To keep your pet’s teeth and gums pain-free and disease-free, we recommend that pet parent’s implement the following dental regime.
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In addition to preventative care, diagnostic care, and surgeries, we're here for your pet in unique ways. We work with veterinary specialists and experts as needed to make sure that your pet receives the most targeted therapies and treatments.
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Puppy & Kitten Care
When bringing home a new puppy or kitten, it is easy to get caught up in the rush of excitement. For their future health and longevity, it is important to prioritize their veterinary care early and bring them in for an examination as soon as you are able. A complete physical examination will help you to take stock of your new pet’s needs and any potential health concerns.
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Senior Pet Care
Senior pets need special, more frequent care to help them enjoy their golden years while remaining mobile and lucid. With age, older pets’ immune systems tend to decline, making them more susceptible to diseases, particularly chronic diseases such as cancer or arthritis. Because of their heightened vulnerability to potential disease, senior pets should receive more frequent wellness exams. A healthy senior should have at least two wellness examinations a year. For seniors with chronic conditions or other potential health concerns, more frequent visits may be recommended.
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