Life Stage Wellness Exams
Through all phases of your pet’s life, we’ll be there. This starts during their adolescent years where we’ll put a good plan in place for a lifetime of care. During their adult years, we recommend at least one wellness exam per year to make sure that everything is great with their health and they’re on a good preventative care plan. As seniors, we’ll put together a care plan that will help extend their life and help them feel their absolute best.
We know how important a quick diagnosis can be, and we use state-of-the-art technology to provide that. Our in-house technology helps us test the following issues: wellness screening and sick pet, Heartworm testing, Leukemia/FIV testing, thyroid screening, urinalysis, cytology, microbiology, and pathology.
Quicker treatment leads to your pet feeling better quicker.
Seeing your pet in obvious discomfort is never easy, we can help alleviate some of their discomforts. We specialize in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of common skin problems such as food allergy, environmental allergy, itching, growths, and hair loss. If we do find issues present, we’ll craft a treatment plan to help them begin feeling better as quickly as possible.
When your pet’s health issues are not visibly present, radiology helps us see inside your pet’s body better for quicker diagnosis. Using digital x-rays along with cardiac and abdominal ultrasounds, we’re able to quickly diagnose and treat your pet quickly. Digital X-rays are routinely used to diagnose and examine broken bones, obstructions, arthritis, and tumors. We also use digital X-rays to confirm pregnancies or detect ingested objects.
Your pet’s nutritional health plays a vital role in their daily life. We’ll make sure that you’re feeding them the right food for their breed and lifestyle, as well as the correct amount you should be feeding them. If your pet is having weight issues, we can help put a plan in place to get them back to feeling their best. We also work on special diets if an illness should cause their nutritional needs to change.
Prior to scheduling an appointment for a health certificate associated with domestic or foreign travel, please review the import-export requirements using the tools on the USDA website (https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/pet-travel). Also, if flying, contact the airline for specific requirements regarding caging and health certificate timing.
Many of the diseases that can affect your pet’s health are preventable through proper vaccinations. Started early in their life, we’ll look to get them on a proper schedule to make sure they’re always protected.
For dogs, we’ll focus on:
- Distemper combination
- Lyme disease
- Canine influenza
For cats, we’ll focus on:
- Feline distemper combination
- Feline leukemia
Using the latest technology, we’re prepared for the quick diagnosis, treatment, and management of many common diseases including diabetes, kidney, liver and thyroid disease, and seizures. When your pet is having a health concern, know that we’ll be here every step of the way.
We’re focused on providing a clean and safe surgical center for your pet. Trust that while they’re in our care, every precaution is being taken to ensure they have a successful operation. We perform the following procedures: spay, neuter, soft tissue, dental cleaning and extractions, and growth removals.
We also offer training! More information can be found here.