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What We Like To Do

  1. Puppy and kitten vaccinations and deworming.  Getting them started off right.  Behavior counseling, housetraining.
  2. Affordable spays and neuters.  Controlling pet overpopulation.  A better pet for the long haul.
  3. Microchip pet identification.  Recognized in the USA and internationally.
  4. Parasite control—not just fleas—heartworm prevention and intestinal parasite prevention.  Intestinal parasites can be passed to people.
  5. Vaccines and preventive health protocols for adult dogs and cats.
  6. Teeth cleaning, teeth extractions (if needed), preventive dental care.
  7. Skin diseases—diagnosis, treatment, prevention—infections, allergies, hair loss, excessive scratching, odor.
  8. Ear diseases—infections, allergies, parasites—diagnosis, treatment, prevention.
  9. Allergy testing for skin and ear allergies—a blood test for common, local allergens.
  10. Desensitization therapy for allergies.  Injectable or oral.
  11. CR-digital x-rays—head and neck and spine, chest and abdomen, shoulder and elbows, hips and knees.  Indicated when painful at neck or spine, coughing/difficulty breathing/heart issues, vomiting/diarrhea/not eating, limping on front legs or back legs.
  12. Blood testing for internal organ functions—liver, kidney, thyroid, pancreas; complete blood counts for infection or anemia.
  13. Disorders of digestion—vomiting/diarrhea/not eating.
  14. In-house laboratory services—urinalysis, fecal exams, blood serum chemistries, cytology.
  15. Diagnosis and treatment of growths and tumors.
  16. Surgery for removing growths, tumors; gastrointestinal surgery—foreign bodies.  Bladder stones.
  17. Diagnosing and treating cat urinary problems—not using the litter box, straining to urinate, not able to urinate—blocked.
  18. Declawing cats—a method that preserves the function of the toes and foot; counseling about declaw alternatives.
  19. Treating lacerations and abscesses—from injuries, bite wounds, etc.
  20. Geriatric care—cats over 10 and dogs over 8.  Chronic kidney disease, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, diabetes, Cushing’s disease.  Diagnosis and treatment.
  21. Prescription diets.  Nutrition counseling.
  22. Ultrasound examination—chest, heart, abdomen.  Board-certified radiologist.
  23. Orthopedic surgeries—bones, hips, knees—ACL repairs.  Board-certified surgeon.
  24. Health certificates for interstate travel—flying.
  25. Boarding.  Dogs—large or small; cats.
  26. And we Love Cats—bring them here!

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7:30 am-6:00 pm


7:30 am-6:00 pm


7:30 am-6:00 pm


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7:30 am-12:00 pm



Client Testimonial

We love our clients! They are the best!!!!

  • "Just a short and simple "Thank you" for all your help with Pepper. My son and I are very grateful for the care that you provided for so many years. Thank you for being there and all your support. God bless you for the wonderful work you do." ..and.."We want to thank you for taking such good care of Lucky."
  • "Consistently superior performance by a dedicated and caring staff!!! We have been bringing fury companions here for 13 years"
    David Smith
  • "Thank you for always taking good care of Sophie. I always know she is in good hands and Will get the best care possible. Thank you Katie, Jacqueline,mTravis, Cynthia and Dr. P."
    Anne Mayes
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