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During a routine wellness exam, your veterinarian will thoroughly check your pet from head to tail. We will perform a complete physical exam, give any needed vaccines, and if needed, check for internal parasites and for heartworm disease. Routine exams help to find issues in the earliest stages, allowing for more treatment options with the potential to treat at a lower cost.


All surgical procedures are preformed in our surgery suite with sterile instruments and appropriate anesthesia. Each patient is monitored by the veterinarian and veterinary assistant who are well versed in anesthesia.  Monitors are also used to ensure vital signs are stable. 


Traditional diagnosis occasionally requires analysis of blood, tissue, urine or stool to detect proteins, antibodies, disease presence or general indicators of overall health.  Our in-house laboratory testing ensures accurate, quality results while point-of-care diagnostics enable real-time decisions that can ease concerned animal owners.  We also have the ability to utilize  outside reference laboratories for any advanced diagnostics your pet may need.


Dental disease is a common and often overlooked problem in dogs and cats. While cavities represent the most common dental disease of humans, dogs and cats are frequently bothered by tarter buildup on the teeth. Tarter accumulation leads to irritation of the gums around the base of the teeth, ultimately leading to exposure of the roots. Potential outcomes of this tooth root exposure include gum infections and tooth loss.  Our dental radiograph capability allows us to examine below the gum line also, so we can develop a comprehensive oral health assessment and treatment plan for your individual pet.


Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday: 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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