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Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services: Our hospital is equipped to provide diagnostic and therapeutic services for the complete health care needs of your pets.
Internal Medicine Consults: We offer referrals to internal medicine, neurology, surgery, cardiology, dermatology, and oncology specialists who perform more advanced and specialized testing, and help us with the treatment of more complicated cases if needed.
Laboratory: Our hospital uses wide variety of laboratory testing to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases. We also utilize commercial veterinary laboratories for specialized diagnostics and consultations.
Wellness Care: We offer routine checkups to ensure prevention and early detection of a wide variety of diseases.
Permanent Identification: We offer microchip implantation for pets to increase chances of reuniting lost pets with their owners.
Pharmacy: We maintain a complete inventory of pharmaceuticals, vitamins, shampoos, flea and tick control products and heartworm preventatives to meet the needs of your pet. We also carry a full line of prescription diets.
Individualized Flea Control Programs: We develop programs for the specific needs of your pet and your own particular environmental situation. We will review with you the best ways to control fleas in your house, in your yard and on your pet.
Dietary Counseling: We will provide guidance regarding your pet's nutritional needs for each life stage, including dietary requirements for growth, weight maintenance and performance.
Behavioral Counseling: We can provide advice regarding the correction of problems such as excessive barking, chewing, spraying, scratching, digging, house soiling and aggression.
Pain Management: We offer a variety of pain management modalities suitable for each and every patient's life stage level of pain and health status.
In the wild, many animals instinctively hide pain as a survival mechanism. We now understand more about how animals feel pain. Research shows pain management helps improve the recovery process, whether from illness, injury or surgery. As it reduces stress and increases a sense of well being, pain management helps your pet live longer.
Pain in pets can be categorized as acute pain and chronic pain. Acute pain is temporary and could be a result of an injury, surgery or infection. Pain that lasts more than 2 weeks is considered chronic. Dental issues, cancer, osteoarthritis are some of the common sources of chronic pain. It is important to treat this pain early before it becomes harder to control.
Signs of pain include: