Is your pet sick, injured, or simply behaving abnormally? Our excellent team of veterinarians are
here to help diagnose and treat your pet using a variety of tools. Your pet’s visit starts with a
thorough exam and a discussion with you about your concerns. From there, you and your pet’s
veterinarian will create a treatment plan to begin the care your pet needs.
We are able to utilize both inhouse and outside laboratories to perform diagnostic bloodwork,
urinalysis, cytology, and much more. We also use x-ray and ultrasound technology to help us
get to the bottom of your pet’s illness or injury.
We utilize treatment options such as rehabilitation exercises, laser therapy, and acupuncture as they are needed.
"Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease in pets in the United States and many other parts of the world. It is caused by foot-long worms (heartworms) that live in the heart, lungs and associated blood vessels of affected pets, causing severe lung disease, heart failure and damage to other organs in the body." -American Heartworm Society
Permanent identification, a microchip, is the best way to help assure your pet is reunited if they become lost. A collar and tags are always a good idea to have, but they have the risk of falling off.
National Health Certificates
If your pets will be accompanying you on a trip to another state, we can help prepare all the paperwork and make sure all exams and vaccinations required are done.
Acupuncture is a medical therapy that has been used in humans and animals as a way of relieving pain and improving health. Acupuncture alone or combined with laser therapy can help alleviate many conditions ranging from arthritis, inter-vertebral disc disease, digestive disorders, immunologic dysfunction and many others.
This service is a surgical free, drug-free, and noninvasive treatment. If you are looking to increase would healing time, or to help your pet move more freely try our laser therapy option today.
Periodontal disease is the most commonly diagnosed condition in adult dogs and cats. Left untreated, it can cause many other illnesses including kidney, heart and blood infections.
In-house Laboratory and Pharmacy
Having an in-house laboratory and pharmacy allows our veterinarians to help diagnose your pet and start any treatment needed as soon as possible.