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Veterinary Care

Our mission is to provide your pets with medical care for their quality of life and to provide you with peace of mind. The key to wellness is prevention. We are here for all your pet’s health care needs. When an accident or illness occurs, you can depend on us. If at any time you are uncertain about your pet’s health, please call us immediately.

Wellness Services
  • Complete medical and surgical care

  • Dentistry

  • Digital Radiology

  • Microchip Implantation

  • Spaying and Neutering (Helps prevent behavior and health issues)

  • Wellness Exams

  • On-site Blood Analysis Testing and Laboratory

  • Vaccinations including Canine Influenza, Rattlesnake, etc.

  • Heartworm Testing

  • Fecal Testing

  • Internal Parasite Control Products

  • External Parasite Control Products

  • Pharmacy

  • Pet Nutritional Counseling

  • Premium Pet Foods and Supplements

  • Allergy Testing

Primary Care Conditions Treated
  • Vomiting and Diarrhea

  • Bladder/Urinary Conditions

  • Kidney Disease

  • Diabetes

  • Skin Conditions

  • Allergies and Allergy Testing

  • Ear, Nose and Throat

  • Eye Problems

  • Dental Cleaning, Polishing and Sealing

  • Dental Extractions

  • Tumor Removal

  • Biopsies

  • Lameness

  • Autoimmune Diseases

  • Heart and Lung Disease

  • Various Surgical Procedures

  • Orthopedic Surgery Including ACL Repair

  • Senior Care

Senior Care

Dogs and cats are generally considered senior citizens at age 9. Since dogs and cats age more rapidly than people, dramatic changes in health can occur in as little time as 3-6 months. It is important for your senior pet to visit us once or twice a year. Catching small problems before they become more serious medical conditions is critical to your pet’s quality of life. Proper nutrition and regular exercise can also help ensure your senior pet’s wellness.


We offer wonderful surgical care with close monitoring using advanced equipment.

Before any surgical procedure, pre-anesthetic blood analysis can be performed.  The results from our onsite laboratory help us identify any conditions that are undetectable by physical exam.  Although there are always risks associated with anesthesia, this thorough evaluation of your pet’s health will help reduce the risks.

During surgery your pet will be continually monitored with the same techniques used in human medicine.  IV fluids are given during surgery to support blood pressure and help the body cope with the stress of anesthesia and surgery.  Your pet will also receive pain medication and monitoring for immediate detection of any complications.

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