We offer a wide range of in-house services to keep your animal healthy from head to tail. We’re also continuously investing in the latest technology and equipment to provide safe, state-of-the-art veterinary care. Our latest additions include in-house blood work, advanced dentistry equipment, and digital radiography. These additions allow us to effectively diagnose ailments, assess injuries/diseases, and efficiently plan a course of treatment within minutes.
From vaccinations and wellness exams to individualized recommendations based upon your animal’s medical history, we work hard to keep your pet in peak health for a long and happy life.
Wellness exams are at the heart of your pet’s well-being. During a routine visit, we’ll assess your animal’s vital signs, ask questions about their eating habits and activities, and conduct a complete physical examination. We’ll also review and recommend vaccinations and other health screenings as needed.
Oral health is just as important for animals as it is for you! It is recommended that after your pet reaches 5 years old, he/she should receive annual dental cleanings to prevent tooth decay, gingivitis, and bone loss. We offer a full range of dental services including basic cleanings, plaque and tartar removal, and tooth extractions ( if needed!). Our new dental machine is just one more way we’re using technology to keep pets in the best shape possible.
We perform a wide variety of general veterinary surgeries at the clinic, from spaying and neutering to orthopedic. We offer sedation and state-of-the-art inhalant anesthesia for our patient’s total comfort. Additionally, we have in-house facilities to board animals that require hands-on care during their recovery.
When your animal is sick, we’re here to help get them back on the road to health. Whether the issue is big or small, bring them in. We’ll be happy to assess your pet, provide a diagnosis, and recommend a course of treatment. We even offer an Online Pharmacy to make it easy for you to purchase prescriptions and over-the-counter products to get your pet back to optimal health.
Accidents happen. We accept emergency cases during our regular office hours. If our office is closed, we’ll refer you to a recommended provider who can accommodate you after hours. Please see our Contact page for further information.
Our veterinarians are USDA approved to perform the examination and provide a health certificate. However, this service is only offered by appointment and while we try to keep up to date requirements, the client will be ultimately responsible for knowing the guidelines for transport to the area they are traveling. At this time, during the government shutdown, some services provided by the USDA are currently unavailable. Anyone planning to travel out of the United States with a pet will need to contact the USDA for guidance on health certificate signature requirements.