Your petʼs health and comfort are our highest priorities
January is Feline Awareness Month and while these furry pets can be low maintenance, they may have certain health requirements that need attention. If you have a feline friend at home or are thinking about adding one to your family, we recommend reading Cat Friendly’s article for tips on how to best care for your feline family member.
- Dental CareDespite what many pet owners may believe, “dog breath” is not just a nuisance – it’s a sign of an unhealthy mouth. Bad breath is caused by bacteria. Over time, bacteria leads to plaque and tartar buildup on your pet’s teeth. The result is bad breath, reddened gums, and other common signs of dental disease.
- Class IV Laser TherapyA Class IV Laser emits a concentrated light beam that stimulates the cell and tissue growth and repair. It reduces damaging inflammation thereby helping to minimize pain and increasing healing potential. It can help patients with a variety of conditions ranging from painful arthritis to ear infections and wound healing. Please call
- Blood ScreeningEven pets that appear happy and healthy can have hidden medical problems that might grow serious, even life-threatening, if left undetected. Blood tests are essential for identifying diseases at the earliest most treatable stage possible. Detection through blood tests helps prevent and treat potentially dangerous illnesses. Sick or senior pets often have
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The staff was great. The vet was very efficient but at the same time very warm and caring with my pet. Her love of animals definitely shows. The vet tech had the same qualities. My Pomeranian was nervous an anxious being this was a new place. Well the tech she engaged with her an calmed her right downRob Jennings
So far we've been here twice. While I'm not a fan of the wait in your car stuff because the mask mandate is lifted and so are restrictions, the staff have been friendly and our kitty doesn't hate going to the vet. Seems like we picked a good choice for his kitty doctor.MaryBeth N.