Keeping your pet healthy is important to us.
We offer a wide range of services including medical, diagnostic, surgical, and preventive health care needs for your pet so they live a longer, healthier, happier life.
Wellness and Vaccination Programs
One of the best things you can do for your pet is to keep him or her healthy. And one of the easiest and least expensive ways to do that is by bringing in your pet for regular exams and vaccinations. There is so much in the media these days about vaccination, and some owners may be wary about giving too many vaccines. Vaccines are very safe and the cost of a vaccine is much less compared with treatment. A puppy series of parvovirus vaccines costs a fraction of the cost of treating for parvovirus infection; and is much safer! If you have concerns about which vaccines your pet is receiving, talk to your veterinarian. We can set your mind at ease that you are making the best decision for your pet.
A simple way you can help keep your pet healthy is by protecting him or her against parasites. Heartworms, fleas, ticks, and other internal and external parasites are much more than just pests; they can cause life-threatening conditions in your pet—and cause severe, potentially fatal, health problems for you and your family. There are a myriad of products on the market and we can help you choose the best plan to protect your family members, furry and otherwise.
Imagine what your mouth would feel like if you never brushed your teeth or went to the dentist. For many dogs and cats, this is a painful reality. Brushing your pets’ teeth (no paste required!) or using special chews and diets can help keep dental build up and gingivitis at bay, but once there is build up the only way to remove it is with a thorough dental cleaning. Sometimes you may hear talk of “COHAT”; this stands for “complete oral health assessment and treatment”. This includes charting all the calculus, gingivitis, missing teeth and other oral health issues, whole mouth dental radiographs to explore below the gum line, a full cleaning and polishing and any needed extraction. The costs of this can be significant, but the health benefits to a pet’s quality of life are worth it. Good oral health is tied to longer life and fewer health complications.