Our veterinarians are experienced in many soft tissue and orthopedic procedures.
Ovariohysterectomy or “Spay”—canine, feline, and rabbit. Castration or “Neuter”—canine, feline, and some exotics like rabbits, rats, and guinea pig. Soft tissue surgeries including eye surgeries, hernia repairs and anal sac procedures.
Foxtail removals from ear, feet and other fun places.
Emergency soft tissue surgeries like foreign body removals (foxtails), splenectomies, cystotomies, pyometra surgeries, laceration repairs and C-sections.
Orthopedic procedures like cruciate repairs (TPLO procedure), femoral head and neck osteotomies (FHO), patella lunation procedures, hip laxations and fracture repairs.
We have in-house Idexx lab testing, so we can get fast results for critical patients
In-house laboratory testing
Complete blood count (CBC)
Heartworm (3 DX) tests for Heartworm and tick borne diseases
Feline Leukemia virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency (FIV) testing
Pancreatitis testing—Pancreatic Lipase tests for canine and feline
Canine parvovirus tests
Urinalysis and Urine cultures
We use Idexx laboratories for:
- Giardia and fecal parasite testing
- EKG—electrocardiogram analysis
- Thyroid panels
- Bile acid testing
- ACTH Stimulation testing and Low-dose dexamethasone testing
- And more …
Microchipping is an easy way to identify your pet and get him or her back to you in case they get lost. A microchip is an implant that goes under the skin of your pet. It has a number that will come up on a microchip scanner. With the microchip number the company can get in touch with you to let you know your pet has been found. This is important when traveling around the country or if your pet slips out of their collar.
Ask us about microchipping at your annual wellness exam.
Currently we have many diagnostic technologies including:
Radiography or X-rays
Video Otoscope so you can visualize what is going on in your pets ears or nose
Tonovet a tool used to measure intraocular pressures to check for glaucoma and uveitis
Blood pressure monitor
It has been shown that a clean mouth can help your pet live longer. Regular brushing of your pet’s teeth or dental treats can help, but yearly exams to check teeth can catch problems earl.y Pets can get gingivitis, halitosis, and plaque and tartar just like people.
April is dental awareness month; bring your pet in today for a free dental check and dental procedure quote.
Ever wonder the heritage of your mixed breed dog?
We offer Wisdom Panels to help you identify the breed of your dog. It is a simple blood draw that we send to a lab that will compare it to 1000s of other dogs’ DNA. The results can be surprising sometimes.
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