Therapeutic laser therapy is a non-invasive, drug-free treatment that uses light to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes. It is increasingly being used in veterinary medicine to treat a variety of conditions in pets, including: Arthritis Hip dysplasia Osteomyelitis Soft tissue injuries Wounds Dental problems Ear infections Skin conditions Therapeutic laser therapy works by emitting […]
Let our team help you get your new kitten off to the right start. Our recommendations are tailored to each pet.
Whether intentional or accidental, we offer services for your dog or cat including: infertility assessments, pregnancy detection, reproductive radiographs and ultrasounds, as well as spays, neuters, vasectomies, and dystocia surgeries. Currently we do NOT perform: artificial insemination, collection or retrievals.
Intestinal parasites can reek havoc on your pet’s GI tract. Early detection and treatment of these parasites is important. Our routine fecal screening tests should be performed yearly on your dog or cat. Intestinal parasites are a common problem in dogs. They can be caused by a variety of different parasites, including roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, […]
Our veterinarians can create comprehensive programs to manage pain and comfort in your dog or cat throughout their life. We utilize a combination of pharmaceuticals, physical therapy, and natural remedies to make your pet as comfortable as possible. We are constantly exploring new modalities for pain-control.
Your pet’s diet is one of the most important aspects of their lives. Our staff can assist you at assessing and implementing dietary recommendations for your dog, cat, bird, wombat, ferret, or whatever creature you bring our way.
Placing a microchip under your pet’s skin is a great way to provide permanent identification and increase the likelihood your pet will be returned if they go missing.
Our fully equipped laboratory allows us to quickly assess your pet’s health and monitor existing conditions. Our lab equipment includes chemistry analyzers, hematology analyzers, AI-Driven microscopes, and many rapid PCR diagnostics.
While it is currently not a common disease in our area, several times a year we do see heartworm disease in dogs. As our climate changes, we will likely see heartworm become endemic in our area. We will work with you to assess your pet’s risk, and appropriate heartworm prevention.
Fleas and Ticks carry diseases that can affect your dog, cat, and even people. Research shows that 80% of fleas carry human pathogens. Our veterinarians utilize several safe and effective flea and tick prevention and treatment methods will work with you to create the most effective treatment program.