Keeping your pet healthy is our top priority.
Pet Preventative Medicine
Keeping your pet healthy is our top priority. Regular wellness visits can help identify health concerns before they affect your pet. Maintaining appropriate vaccinations based on risk assessment and your pet’s lifestyle helps to tailor individual recommendations that are best for your pet and can help keep them healthy all year round.
Vaccines we offer include:
- Distemper-Hepatitis-Parvovirus-Parainfluenza (DHPP)
- Bordatella (Kennel cough)
- Canine Influenza
- Feline Leukemia
- Feline Rhinotracheitis-Calicivirus-Panleukopenia
New Puppy & Kitten Appointments
New puppy and kitten appointments are an exciting and essential part of responsible pet ownership. Welcoming a new furry friend into the family is a joyful occasion, but it also comes with important responsibilities. These appointments serve as a vital first step in ensuring the health and well-being of your adorable young pet.
Spay and Neuter Surgery
Spaying and neutering are essential procedures in responsible pet ownership and animal welfare. Spaying refers to the surgical removal of a female animal’s ovaries and uterus, while neutering is the surgical removal of a male animal’s testicles. These procedures offer numerous benefits for both pets and communities.
Yearly Wellness Visit
Keeping your pet healthy is our top priority. You don’t need to wait until your pet is sick to come and visit us. Annual wellness visits can help identify concerns before they affect your pet.
Parasite Screening and Prevention
Keeping parasites at bay is important for you and your pet. Some of the intestinal parasites and external parasites that affect cats and dogs can also affect their owners! Routine screening tests for intestinal parasites, heartworm disease, tick-borne diseases, and external parasites (fleas, mites, etc.) are vital to keeping these issues away from your pet and your home. We carry multiple forms of flea and tick preventatives as well as heartworm and intestinal parasite preventatives to best suit your pet.
Age is not a disease, but unfortunately, some things do become more prevalent as our pets grow older. A thorough examination and utilizing regular lab screening tests and imaging when necessary can help detect problems that are common in our older pets, such as degenerative joint disease (arthritis), cardiac disease, and liver and kidney problems, just to name a few.