We provide pet boarding
as a service to our clients. Pets may be dropped off and picked up during regular business hours Monday through Saturday. Routine and therapeutic bathing services are available.
To ensure a maximum, healthy life span for our pets, we stress the importance of an annual physical examination. Thorough check-ups and preventive care can help alleviate serious health problems. Preventative health care recommendations are made based on examination findings and your pet's individual needs and situation, which you help us to determine. This may include blood, urine, or fecal tests, vaccinations, dietary or exercise advice, and life style changes.
The gradual onset of health problems in an apparently healthy pet often goes unnoticed. Once symptoms appear, the condition may be more difficult or costly to diagnose and treat. Although age itself is not a disease, it can bring many conditions that if diagnosed early, can be completely reversed or controlled for extended periods of time. At least once a year, your pet should have a complete physical exam. Remember, your pet's life span is much shorter than humans. Much can happen in 12 months.
Like humans, animals need regular dental care to prevent gum disease, tooth decay, and other infections. We provide complete dental care
including teeth cleaning and other services. Good oral health is a main factor in maintaining your pet's overall health.
Please call our main telephone number for instructions for after-hour emergencies.
Prevention is the best way to manage these internal and external parasites. Our veterinarians will educate you on the dangers of these two diseases and the best way to provide your pet with the best protection.
A micro-chip is a tiny electronic device about the size and shape of a grain of rice. It is implanted beneath a pet's skin between the shoulder blades and stays there for the pet's entire life. The procedure is as easy and as painless as a vaccination. Each micro-chip has a unique number. This number, along with the pet's and owner's information, is added to a national pet registry. Most veterinarians and animal shelters have electronic scanners for detecting and reading these implanted micro-chips. If a lost pet is found and the micro-chip is scanned, the registry is called and the owner is notified.