The heart of our practice is the excellent care we provide for your beloved pet. We are committed to providing top quality comprehensive health care. Our goal is to keep your pet healthy so you can enjoy a long, happy life together. We custom design our preventative care and treatment plans to meet the individual needs of you and your pet. We treat our patients as if they were our own and offer the quality services they deserve. We are dedicated to client education and providing you with the information to make appropriate decisions for your pet.
state-of-the-art laboratory equipment allows us to obtain quick and
accurate results for a timely diagnosis and treatment for ill patients
as well as preventative testing. For more in-depth diagnostics we have
access to an outside laboratory that also provides rapid results that we
trust for your pet’s health.
in-house pharmacy has a comprehensive inventory of pharmaceuticals,
nutraceuticals, shampoos, heartworm and flea preventatives and much more
to meet your pet’s needs. We will also take the steps necessary to
obtain other medications and products that your pet needs that we may
We will be
happy to consult with you about proper balanced nutrition for your pet.
As some pets may require a special diet for medical purposes, we offer a
wide selection of prescription diets to address your pet’s specific
On-sight x-rays are available for diagnostics of broken bones, heart disease, dental disease and many other medical conditions.
veterinarians perform a variety of general surgical procedures such as
spays, neuters and declaws, to more complicated procedures such as mass
removals, bladder stone removal and foreign body surgery. All patients
receive pre-surgical blood work for safety and for a tailored anesthetic
protocol. For your convenience, you can print off and fill out the
surgical release form prior to your pet's appointment.
Periodontal disease is a serious concern and a leading cause of other health issues in both dogs and cats. If left untreated, it can spread harmful bacteria to your pet’s vital organs and can also lead to severe oral discomfort. We provide a full service in-clinic dental care program including x-rays, ultrasonic scaling, polishing and extractions, as well as educating you about how to care for your pet’s teeth at home. Also ask our staff about our monthly oral care package that includes unlimited in-clinic teeth brushing and weekly oravet applications for eligible patients. For your convenience you can print off and fill out the dental release form prior to your pet's appointment.
Minimizing pain in our patients is a priority. We use preventative pain management prior to surgical procedures and follow with a home care plan as well. We also offer customized long-term pain management plans for patients suffering from arthritis or other pain inducing illnesses.
Dogs and cats over seven years old are considered senior patients and need special attention. We recommend semi-annual exams for these patients combined with a customized annual senior wellness program that includes a combination of blood work, urinalysis, EKG, blood pressure, radiographs, or other additional diagnostics depending on your pet’s age and health. These diagnostic tests will help our doctors diagnose common geriatric disorders early when they can be managed. Fill out our senior pet questionnaire before your pet's appointment to help us develop a customized senior wellness program that best suites your pet's needs.
When you must be away we are delighted to have your pet stay with us. Our kennel area and exercise runs are entirely enclosed, heated and air conditioned. We require that all pets staying with us are current on their core vaccinations, including Kennel Cough for dogs, have a negative fecal in the past 12 months and have a current application of flea prevention. We can provide everything your pet needs to stay with us, but if your pet is on a special diet we recommend bringing that along. For your convenience you can print off and fill out the boarding release form prior to bringing your pet in for boarding. PLEASE NOTE THAT AS OF 12-1-10 WE ARE REQUIRING KENNEL COUGH VACCINATIONS EVERY 6 MONTHS FOR BOARDING PATIENTS.
Euthanasia and Hospice
Our doctors and staff are very considerate of the difficulties that surround making end of life decisions and coping with the loss of a beloved pet. Please feel free to discuss your thoughts with our doctors. We have a quiet room for you to say your final good-byes and offer a wide variety of options for afterlife care.