Anesthesia: We utilize the safest available anesthetics to provide an extra margin of safety, especially for our older or high-risk patients. Using the most modern equipment, the patient’s vital signs are monitored during all anesthetic procedures.
Boarding: Let us be your pet’s “home away from home.” Our hospital employs a team that is specifically dedicated to the pets in our boarding facility. The care, feeding and TLC of your beloved pet are their primary concern.
Dentistry: The statistics are staggering, 85% of pets over the age of 3 have some form of dental disease. Unfortunately, much of this disease can occur under the gum line of the teeth. To help identify these often hidden dental issues, our hospital utilizes digital dental radiographs with all dental cleanings. Our pet dental cleaning includes: patient assessment, anesthesia, full mouth radiographs, teeth cleaning/polishing and fluoride treatment.
Digital Radiology: We provide on-site, digital radiography to aid in the quick diagnosis of many disorders and ailments. As an added benefit to our clients and patients, we utilize the expertise of our staff veterinarians as well as Board Certified Veterinary Radiologists for radiograph interpretations.
Electrocardiography Services: We provide ECG services on-site as well as consultations with veterinary cardiology specialists.
Examinations: An examination by a veterinarian is an extremely important part of providing optimal health care for your beloved pet. Regular (at a minimum, once per year) wellness exams allow the veterinarian to evaluate your pet’s general health. It is always better to identify potential health issues early. Since your pet cannot verbally communicate with you, an examination by a veterinarian and your at-home observations are vital to your pet’s health. Every year for a dog or cat is equivalent to five to seven human years, so it is very important that your pet receives a wellness exam at least once a year.
Grooming: Our professional staff possesses over 20 years of experience in pet grooming. We offer breed specific haircuts or your own personalized styles. Our groomers will work with you to get the perfect groom for your dog or cat. All grooms include: bath, dry, haircut, outer ear cleaning, anal gland expression and nail trim.
Hospitalization: Should your pet require supportive care for their illness, we are available. We will provide your pet with a clean, quiet environment (including isolation ward if necessary) where we can attentively monitor your pet’s recovery, administer mediations (orally or by injection), monitor their treatment (i.e. fluid therapy through I.V. catheter) and adjust treatment as needed.
In-house (and referral) Diagnostic Laboratory: Our facility is equipped to provide serum chemistry, hematology, serology, urinalysis and parasite testing. Common in-house laboratory tests that we perform: urinalysis, fecal exam, complete blood count (CBC), blood clotting times, blood chemistries, in-house cytology and heartworm testing). To enable an even broader spectrum of diagnostic capabilities, we also utilize the services of a referral diagnostic lab.
Microchipping (permanent identification): According to Home Again, 1 in 3 pets will go missing during their lifetime. Without ID, 90% of pets never return home. These statistics are why we feel it is extremely important for pets to be permanently identified with a microchip. Identification collars can slip off; a microchip provides a greater chance of a pet being reunited with its family.
Nutritional Counseling: We can provide guidance regarding your pet’s nutritional needs for each of their life stages. Our hospital can also provide information on diets that assist in the therapeutic maintenance of many different health concerns (heart, kidney, skin, urinary, etc). On premises, we carry a full line of high quality prescription and non-prescription diets.
Orthopedics: The ability to actively move about without pain is necessary for a dog or cat’s quality of life. If a pet is experiencing problems with their joints or ligaments, there are options that our veterinarians can recommend.
Pain Management: Even though your pet cannot verbally communicate when they are uncomfortable, we know that he or she can still feel pain and discomfort. Quite often there are subtle signs of the pain a pet is experiencing (panting, difficulty getting up, laying in different positions, etc). We give the highest priority to your pet’s comfort and well-being.
Pediatric Care: One of the best things a pet parent can do is provide exceptional care during the early stages of a puppy or kitten’s life. Examinations, immunizations, deworming, proper nutrition, training…. it can all seem overwhelming. Let us be a valued resource in starting off right with your new addition. To aid in providing the best level of care during this important developmental time, we offer discounted puppy and kitten wellness packages.
Pharmacy: We maintain a complete inventory of pharmaceuticals, vitamins, shampoos, flea/tick control products, dental health products and heartworm preventatives to meet the needs of your pet. In addition, for the convenience of our clients, we also offer home delivery through our online pharmacy.
Senior Pet Care: As pets age their needs change. We offer specific full-service diagnostic packages to enable early detection of disease and intervention for senior pets.
Surgery: Our dedicated surgical team and surgical suite provides for the performance of a wide variety of procedures. We utilize the safest anesthetic agents and use the most modern equipment to enable us to monitor and assess the patient’s vital signs during all anesthetic procedures. The safety, comfort and well-being of our patients is our priority. Some of the surgical procedures that we perform: ovariohysterectomy (spay), castration (neuter), laceration repair, tumor removal, foreign body removal, abscesses, exploratory and cat declaw.
Ultrasound: A diagnostic tool used to examine a pet’s internal organs without having to resort to exploratory surgery. Ultrasound is a safe and painless procedure. With ultrasound, the veterinarian can observe and study how an organ or process is functioning versus relying completely on a single point in time picture (x-ray). As an added benefit to our clients and patients, we utilize the expertise of our staff veterinarians as well as Board Certified Veterinary Radiologists for ultrasound interpretation.
Vaccinations: Immunizations that have been handled properly and that are administered at the appropriate times help protect pets from disease. We will consider your pet’s lifestyle and exposure to other animals before we tailor a vaccination program for your dog or cat. Up-to-date vaccination records are important, especially if you board your pet. Through a Pet Portal (available on our site) you have the ability to access your pet’s medical records and print a copy of their vaccination history if needed.