Preventive/Routine Care

Wellness Exams

We believe protecting your pet's health is vitally important and we want to partner with you to be sure we are doing all that we can.

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Spay and Neuter

We recommend that all non-breeding pets be spayed or neutered. The benefits to their health and the benefit of reducing the pet overpopulation crisis makes this decision a good one.

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Puppy/Kitten Care

Owning a new puppy or kitten can be an extremely rewarding experience, but it is also a large responsibility that lasts the entire lifetime of the pet. A long and happy life starts with the best care. We are here to provide all the guidance and information you will need to help assure the very best.

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Microchipping

A microchip is a permanent form of identification for your pet. It is a tiny transponder, about the size of a grain of rice that is encoded with a unique identification number. A microchip can be placed very quickly during a routine visit.

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Immunization / Vaccines

Fortunately, there are many vaccines available to prevent a variety of diseases. Vaccines provide proven life-saving benefits. The vaccines that we use here have been associated with minimal risk and should be a part the preventative care we provide to our pets.

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Flea Management

Fleas can cause anemia with heavy infestations. A single female flea can consume up to 15 times her body weight in blood over the several weeks of her adult life. In addition, fleas can carry several diseases, including plague, and act as vectors (hosts) to spread one of the most common tapeworms of the dog and cat, Dipylidium caninum.

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Dentistry

Dental disease is one of the most common medical conditions seen by veterinarians. The most common problems include gingivitis, an inflammation of the gums caused by the accumulation of plaque, which can develop into periodontal disease (affecting over 80% of dogs by the age of 3), and tooth resorption (affecting over 50% of cats by the age of 3).

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