Annual exams are a very important part of your pet's health. Our doctors will ensure your pet is up to date on all core vaccines and check for any intestinal parasites and heartworms.
All appointments are 30 minutes minimum, so we have time to address and concerns, answer all of your questions, and ensure your pet receives the attention they deserve.
We also provide additional diagnostics, including bloodwork and urinalyses.
We are happy to offer several imaging modalities to help diagnose and treat various diseases and illnesses.
Currently we have digital x-ray equipment, which delivers high quality images in just seconds.
We have added ultrasound imaging to augment and enhance our diagnostic ability. Ultrasound allows us to see more detail in individual organs and body spaces. Currently we use ultrasound for the abdomen primarily, as well as pregnancy checks.
Our therapy laser is a safe, noninvasive treatment to reduce pain & inflammation, and accelerate the healing process. Treatments for 1 area take anywhere from 2 – 5 minutes, and your pet experiences a gentle, soothing warmth with few to no side-effects.
In combination with medication, we use laser therapy for acute & chronic conditions, injuries, and post-op procedures. Most commonly we use the therapy laser for arthritis, strains and sprains, wounds, and injuries.
We encourage spaying and neutering of all pets to prevent unwanted litters and undesirable behaviors associated with unneutered pets. We also offer mass removal surgery and teeth cleaning.
We are equipped with state of the art technology, including our CO2 surgical laser. The laser is used in many, but not all, surgical procedures. It's especially useful in removal of warts or skin tumors, and some internal procedures. Laser surgery causes less bleeding, swelling and pain.
Anesthesia & Monitoring
All anesthetized animals are intubated and monitored by trained members of our staff. We feel this is the most important element of any surgical, dental or anesthetic procedure.
We use ECG, pulse oximeter, CO2, and blood pressure monitoring. This monitoring is performed on all surgical and dental patients to ensure the safety of your pet,
Most pets will require teeth cleaning in their lifetime. This can include the extraction of diseased teeth to prevents harmful bacteria from entering your pet's bloodstream where it can damage the kidneys, heart and liver.
We strongly encourage preventative measures to keep your pet's mouth healthy and prevent gum disease, including water additives and frequent brushing of your pet's teeth.