When your pet is feeling ill, the convenience of quick answers through in-house lab work (blood work, urinalysis, fecals, etc.) helps in the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of disease. Our pets age about seven years to our one. Because of this, it is a good idea to have periodic lab work done.
Dentistry is an important part of your pet's health. Dental disease can lead to bad breath, swollen, bleeding gums, loose teeth, difficulty eating, and even more severe problems. By offering dental cleaning and dental x-rays we can help avoid these problems.
We perform spays, neuters, declaws, along with a wide variety of soft tissue surgeries. We also work with board-certified surgeons who perform orthopedic and more advanced surgeries at our facility. Continuous anesthetic monitoring is a routine part of surgery, as is individual observation until your pet is fully awake.
X-rays are a valuable tool for diagnosing a variety of diseases. It allows us to evaluate organ abnormalities and broken limbs, which would be difficult to pick up in a physical exam alone.
We offer boarding services for both cats and dogs. Vaccines must be given 3 days prior to your pet's arrival. Dogs must be up-to-date on the following vaccines: Bordetella, Rabies, Distemper (DHPP), and a negative fecal within one year. Cats must be up-to-date on the following vaccines: Distemper (FVRCP), Rabies, and negative fecal within one year. Click here to download your pet's admission form before your stay.
Bath & Brush: bath, hair drying, brush, nail trim, ear cleaning, and ear hair plucking if needed.
Standard Groom: Bath & brush plus one length (short) cuts or light trims.
Premiere Groom: Bath & brush plus breed specific cuts, full coat cuts, and badly matted hair coats.
**Pets do need to be current on Distemper, Rabies and Bordetella prior to being groomed.**
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