Like people, pets need vaccines. And pet vaccinations, like those for humans, may sometimes require a booster to keep them effective. The best way to stay on schedule with vaccinations for your dog or cat is to follow the recommendations of a veterinarian you trust.
Our hospital has a fully equipped surgical suite. Major surgical procedures are performed in this area, where a thoroughly trained technical staff is available to assist the veterinarians.
The #1 health problem diagnosed in pets over three years of age is periodontal disease. Prophylactic cleaning of teeth will prevent gum disease, halitosis, tooth loss and serious infection in the liver, heart and kidneys.
Whether you’ve recently adopted a pet or you’re considering it, one of the most important health decisions you’ll make is to spay or neuter your cat or dog. Spaying—removing the ovaries and uterus of a female pet—is a veterinary procedure that requires minimal hospitalization and offers lifelong health benefits. Neutering—removing the testicles of your male dog or cat—will vastly improve your pet’s behavior and keep him close to home.