Cold laser therapy
Cold laser therapy is an ideal treatment for many medical conditions, including
- Bone fractures
- Chronic non-healing wounds
- Chronic joint pain
- Muscle strains and tears
- Degenerative conditions like navicular syndrome
- Post-surgical pain
- Tendon and ligament injuries
Stem cell therapy
Stem cell therapy, also known as regenerative medicine, is an efficient approach to many inflammatory issues. The animal’s own adipose tissue is used as the source so there is an accessible supply and no chance of cell rejection. It has been effective in treating:
- Hip dysplasia
- Ligamental damage
- Liver and renal disease
Comprehensive physical examinations
Your pet should have a complete physical examination annually and preferably bi-annually. Physical examinations are imperative to early detection of problems. Because a pet’s lifespan is shorter than ours, their health can change significantly in a year.
Diagnostic laboratory testing
We have both an in-house and centralized reference laboratory for extensive diagnostic testing. These services provide information that is critical to an ill or injured animal and allows the treatment process to begin sooner.
Puppy and kitten examinations and vaccinations
Puppies and kittens should receive their first examinations and vaccinations when they are 6 to 8 weeks old. Additional examinations and vaccinations are given every 2 to 4 weeks. Once they are 12-16 weeks old, regular booster vaccinations can be administered. You will receive behavioral advice, nutritional counseling, and tips on disease prevention.
Dental services and teeth cleaning
Proper dental care can prevent bad breath, periodontal disease, and infections that can spread through the bloodstream to affect major organs and systems.
For diagnosing and monitoring many medical and surgical issues, we have a state-of-the-art X-ray machine.
Vaccinations and preventative medicine
Currently, many immunizations and preventative treatments are available to increase your pet’s lifespan, health, and happiness. Speak to our staff to learn more.
Complete diagnostic and ancillary care
You’ll have access to a full range of diagnostic and ancillary services such as radiography and blood analysis. These services are excellent for detecting and monitoring both minor and major health issues.
Oncology (cancer treatment)
Early detection is almost always imperative to successful cancer treatments, which is why regular examinations are important. Treatment depends on the location and type of cancer. Surgical removal of the tumor is recommended, if it’s possible. Some types of cancers are responsive to chemotherapy. Animals tend to exhibit far fewer side effects with the treatment than humans.
Pet identification and microchip system
The microchip is implanted painlessly beneath the animal’s skin between the shoulder blades and remains there permanently. The unique number of the microchip is added to a national pet registry along with the owner’s contact information. Most animal facilities are able to scan found pets for microchips. If a lost pet is found, the owner can then be contacted.
We have an extensive pharmaceutical inventory so medications can be dispensed at the end of your visit.
Senior pet care and geriatric evaluations
Our veterinarians, using diagnostic tools and strategies, are well equipped to identify age-related issues. If your dog is 7 to 9 years old or your cat is 10 + years of age, he or she is now in the geriatric stage of life. Come in and we’ll clue you in to geriatric testing and diets.
Spay and neuter
70,000 puppies and kittens are born every day in the U.S. Because there are not enough homes for them, 4 to 6 million animals are euthanized each year. In addition to helping control the pet population, spaying or neutering your pet can greatly increase his or her health and life span. Spaying a female eliminates the chance of uterine and ovarian cancer and reduces the risk of breast cancer. Neutering a male reduces the chance of prostate disease or testicular cancer as well as makes your pet more affectionate and less likely to roam around and get lost.
From simple spays and neuters to emergency, orthopedic, and soft tissue surgeries, we are able to perform them all. Before surgery, each pet receives an in-depth examination, and it is recommended that they also receive blood and urine testing. This allows us to form an anesthetic regimen that is appropriate for your pet.
We offer several different anesthetic protocols. We utilize advanced machines that administer isoflurane and sevoflurane anasthesia. We also use monitoring advices such as respiratory monitors, Doppler blood pressure monitors, and other cardiac monitors.
Pain management is a large part of the process. All pets receive pain control medications to help make the procedure less uncomfortable. To learn more, please speak to our staff.
Ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging procedure that allows us to get a clearer picture of internal organs. This is a painless procedure usually done without sedation, and is helpful in making decisions for treatment of heart disease. It also allows us to biopsy the liver, kidney, and spleen by means of a tiny incision. Using ultrasound often does away with the need for a major surgery, and your pet can usually go home on that same day.