The Best Possible Care for Your Pets
From nose to tail, we want your pet to enjoy the benefits of good health. Annual veterinary exams for adult pets and routine visits for puppies, kitties, young pets, and senior pets can do just this. Your pet may not be able to speak, but wellness checks can speak for them and support the best quality of life for your companion animal.
During your pet’s wellness exam our veterinarians and team will:
- Check your pet’s heart health, including, heart murmurs, abnormal heart rhythm, and signs of heart disease
- Provide a dental check, examining for infection, impaction, gum soreness and disease, plaque, and tartar
- Listen to your pet’s lungs
- Evaluate your pet’s eyes and ears
- Assess the health status of your pet’s skin, abdomen, lymph nodes, joints, and muscles
- Administer vaccines and prescribe preventative medicines
- Consult you on your pet’s behavior, diet, exercise, and answer any questions you may have
- Perform blood tests and other lab tests to analyze your pet’s overall health and to check for parasites
Parasite Prevention and Control
Parasites can have a serious effect on your pet’s health through infection and disease. We can diagnose and safely treat external, intestinal, and other internal parasites to protect your pet. We can also prescribe preventative medicine to continue to keep your pet and family safe from a parasite infestation.
We treat and offer prevention for fleas, ticks, heartworms, ear mites, roundworms, hookworms, tapeworms, mange mites, and more.
We provide comprehensive care for your pet’s oral health. We can provide your pets with oral health wellness checks, cleanings, polishings, extractions, and oral surgery. We know that dental pain and problems can go deeper than the gums, which is why we use effective, cutting edge digital dental radiology to diagnose your pets’ dental needs.
We recommend annual dental exams to verify healthy gums and teeth. Regular dental exams and maintenance support a healthy mouth and prevent pain, discomfort, and other health issues.
Although the age at which dogs and cats are considered a senior can vary by breed, we like to see them for annual exams. Like people, older pets have an increased risk of kidney disease, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, liver disease, senility, and general weakness. Staying on top of these issues helps improve the quality of life for your pet in the senior years. Mobility challenges and behavior changes are also more common with older pets.
- Fear, anxiety or stress
- Urination around the house
- Other behavior issues
Equine Veterinary Care
- Wellness vaccines and deworming recommendations
- Coggins testing through laboratory examination
Large Animal Veterinary Care
- Reproductive Services
- Herd Health
- Small Ruminants - herd health and individual care for sheep and goats
- Protocol Management - based on farm's needs
- Sick cow
- Emergency -including after hours