We are committed to providing quality Veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service.
Pets are genetically wired to hide any illness. Through routine wellness exams, preventable diseases like obesity, ear infections and dental disease can be addressed, and early screenings for arthritis, diabetes and kidney disease can be performed.
We offer full anesthetic dental cleanings and dental x-rays. Dental care is a great way to help pets expand their lifespan and quality of life!
Depending on the staff size of the day and doctor we are able to squeeze in some appointments throughout the day for urgent care. This includes: foxtails, lacerations, abscesses, ear/eye infections/injuries and much more! We offer a time to come drop-off a patient so you can go about your day while they are getting treated. This is a great alternative to waiting at the emergency room or waiting for weeks to get in at another clinic.
Preventive care and early intervention in diseases provide well-established and well-accepted benefits in human medicine and human dentistry. Now that dogs are living longer, they are developing some of the same age-related illnesses and issues that humans develop, such as osteoarthritis, diabetes, kidney disease, and cancer.
Spaying of female dogs and cats can help protect them from some serious health problems later in life such as uterine infections and breast cancer. Neutering your male pet can also lessen its risk of developing benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate gland) and testicular cancer.
X-rays are one of the most helpful, and frequently used tools in both human healthcare and veterinary healthcare. X-rays can help vets to get a view of your pet's bones, tissues, and internal organs so that they can diagnose issues such as broken bones, bladder stones, swallowed foreign objects, and more.
Vaccinations prevent many pet illnesses. Vaccinations can help avoid costly treatments for diseases that can be prevented. Vaccinations prevent diseases that can be passed between animals and also from animals to people.
Routine pet blood work can help veterinary professionals diagnose conditions such as parasites, allergies, diabetes, liver disease, kidney failure, pancreatic issues, and more. Catching issues early on can help reverse, cure, or slow down different conditions.