Cat Friendly Handling
Our team practices cat friendly handling techniques to ensure that your cat is comfortable during their visit. These techniques include seeing cats in dedicated "cat" rooms and using equipment for cats that has not been used on dogs. We also incorporate Fear Free handling techniques for cats including wrapping them in towels and blankets and using cat pheromones to promote calming. We even offer treats to cats - mini marshmallows are a big hit!
Prophylactic dental cleanings are recommended annually for most pets. By three years of age, most dogs and cats have a significant level of periodontal disease. Your veterinarian will recommend dental cleanings based on what is most appropriate for your pet's lifestage and lifestyle.
Skin conditions are one of the most common issues we contend with in veterinary medicine. Between infections, allergies, parasites, and neoplastic conditions, we see a wide range of skin disease and are well-equipped to treat your pet with the most current diagnostic tests and medications available.
Digital radiography is one of the most commonly used diagnostic modalities within our hospital. We can use radiographs to evaluate disease in almost every body system. Some of the most commonly diagnosed conditions include orthopedic problems (fractures and sprains), heart disease, lung disease, gastrointestinal issues (foreign bodies, enteritis, bloat), and to evaluate patients for neoplasia. Our doctors also frequently request the interpretation of their radiographs by boarded veterinary radiologists, to verify the conditions seen and to provide the most comprehensive diagnosis.
Extractions & Oral Surgery
Palliative & Hospice Care
Vaccinations are recommended for several preventable and communicable diseases, some of which can be transmitted to people. Our veterinarians will recommend the appropriate vaccinations for your pet's lifestage and lifestyle.
Routine bloodwork is critical to identifying early changes in your pet's health. 1 in 7 young adult dogs and cats, 1 in 5 seniors, and 2 in 5 geriatrics have significant findings on routine blood screenings that require follow up and/or treatment.
Spays & Neuters
Spaying and neutering your pets at the appropriate lifestage is extremely important for population control, prevention of undesirable behavior issues, and for prevention of several conditions including cancer.
Wellness & Preventative Care