Our dedicated staff are focused on providing the best possible veterinary care for your pets.
We believe the highest quality care comes from a combination of top of the line equipment and diagnostic tools, a highly trained staff, and a healthy dose of love and compassion for the pets we treat.
Our in-house laboratory is fully equipped to allow us to run a wide variety diagnostic tests, with rapid results when we need them most. Some of these include:
We also work with a variety of outside veterinary laboratories for more specialized testing, including, but not limited to:
Board Certified Radiologist
We perform the following routine surgical procedures. Surgery is performed Monday thru Friday.
All surgical procedures are performed by our experienced licensed veterinarians.
As a general rule, surgical procedures will include pre-anesthetic bloodwork, IV fluids and pain management tailored to your pet’s needs.
A licensed veterinary technician is present at all times to assist the veterinarian and monitor your pet while under anesthesia. Our skilled technicians are trained in the use of electrocardiography (EKG), blood pressure monitoring, pulse oximetry, and capnography. We use a combination of each of these to maintain your pet’s wellbeing during all anesthetic procedures.
Each of our surgical patients is given focused attention by a patient care advocate, whose role it is to provide comfort and care for your pet throughout their stay with us.
The surgical admission process
All surgeries have a scheduled admission appointment between 7am and 8am. The surgical admission process is completed by one of our licensed veterinary technicians. They will go over all of your pet’s consent forms and treatment plans. You are given the opportunity to ask about the procedure and see where your pet will be staying to make you feel at ease. You are welcome to bring in a toy, blanket or any other item from home to help make your pet feel comfortable and less stressed.
Oral health is an extremely important part of your pet’s overall wellness. Dental disease can lead to pain and discomfort, difficulty eating, as well as heart, liver and kidney disease. Our animal hospital is equipped with top of the line dentistry equipment. Each dental procedure we perform includes the following:
Please note: All dental cleanings are performed under general anesthesia. Anesthesia-free dentals are not safe OR effective! The majority of dental disease happens below the gum line. Thorough cleanings, dental radiographs and tooth extraction cannot be performed on an awake patient.
We maintain a complete veterinary pharmacy stocked with prescription medication, a variety of supplements, and our recommended flea/tick and heartworm/intestinal parasite preventatives. We also stock a limited supply of prescription diets. Any diet that is not regularly stocked can be special-ordered for our patients on an as needed basis.
For your convenience, we also offer an online pharmacy where you can safely order your pet’s medication, preventatives or prescription diets and have them shipped right to your door.
We are pleased to offer cold laser therapy, a cutting edge technology that uses light energy at specific wavelengths to increase healing, enhance speed of recovery, and reduce pain, inflammation and swelling.
The Class IV laser used at our hospital is specifically designed for animals, and delivers dual wavelengths to reduce pain and inflammation simultaneously.
Depending on your pet’s individual needs, laser therapy can be used in conjunction with, or as an alternative to medication or surgery.