A thorough examination and complete history are still the best and most direct way to diagnose your pet's health condition. Much can be gained by listening to owner's concerns and observations as well as physical examination of your pet. Laboratory testing should be used primarily as a confirmation of a diagnosis or wellness determination, not as a substitute for good medical procedures.
A vaccination schedule will be designed on an individual basis for your pet depending on its risk of contracting disease. We use the Core/non-Core approach to vaccinating your pets and try to optimize protection from preventable viral and bacterial disease.
- Hematology and chemistry in-house laboratory
- Parasitic evaluation in-house
- Endocrine testing
- Full outside laboratory availability with 24 hour results in most cases
Parasite Assessment and Prevention
As some animal parasites have the ability to cause disease in people, it is imperative that these potential threats to animal and human health are eliminated from our pets and the environment to avoid disease.
Complete routine surgical care is provided with the availability of a Board Certified Surgeon for difficult cases.
Full radiology services are available in-house as well as a Board Certified Radiologist/Ultrasonographer on an as needed and scheduled basis.
A full spectrum of supportive care and hospitalization is available for your pet.
With so many of our pets having excessive weight which has proven detrimental to their joint health and lifespan, we are very interested in formulating a dietary program which will help your pet become and stay fit.
An informed animal owner can make better decisions regarding their pet's health so every effort is made to answer questions about you pet's condition so you can understand the status of your pet's health.