Wellness Services

We believe routine examinations are an important part of your pet’s health care. We recommend all pet owners schedule an exam for their animals at least once a year. If you have a senior animal or one with a chronic health condition, we recommend at least biannual exams.
Fecal examinations are recommended on a yearly basis. Heartworm/Tick borne disease testing is recommended on an annual basis for all dogs starting at 6-12 months of age. Feline leukemia/Aids recommended at least once for all of our feline friends. We may recommend testing every few years for those kitties that love to play outdoors. Routine blood work may be recommended for all dogs 5 years and over.  We believe all animals over 8 years of age should have annual lab work to pick up on early disease processes as they age.

Our vaccine schedules are based on American Animal Hospital Association and the American Association of Feline Practitioners guidelines.

Laboratory

In house — We maintain an in house diagnostic laboratory for times when we need immediate results.
Send out — We have daily pick up from Antech diagnostic laboratories daily except on Sundays. There is a variety of lab tests available depending on the needs of your pet.

Digital Radiology

We offer digital radiography for times when we need a better look inside your pet. This means we get radiographs much quicker and are better able to share them with a Board-certified radiologist.

Ultrasound

Ultrasound is a great compliment when radiographs do not give us enough information. Ultrasound uses sound waves to give us a bit of a different image of internal organs. It is also great for detecting fluid in the chest or abdomen. Ultrasound is frequently used to help acquire urine directly from the bladder when our pets are too shy to give us a sample or when a sterile sample is indicated.

​Chronic condition care
Arthritis Treatment
Anti-inflammatories
Pain medications
Acupuncture/Laser

COVID Policy Update - November 2021

Wow! It has been so great to see everyone in person again. We will continue to allow one masked client to accompany their companion into the building. If curbside is your preference, we will continue to offer that as well. Details are listed below.
  • All clients entering the building, will remain masked regardless of COVID 19 vaccine status. The mask will remain on for the entirety of the visit, even when no one else is in the exam room as our ventilation system supplies the entire hospital. If you forget your mask or have a health condition which prevents you from wearing a mask, you will remain curbside for your appointment.
  • If you do want to come inside for your appointment, you will call or text on arrival for check in and wait in your car until a staff member can escort you directly into a room with your pet. At the end of the appointment, you will be checked out in the room.
  • Each appointment can be attended by ONE family member as our exam rooms are very small. The exception is end of life care during which two family members will be allowed inside.
  • Our staff members will restrain all pets during their exam. Owner will remain in the room but we ask that you remain seated in the chair provided to allow social distancing in the exam room.
  • If your companion is sick or injured requiring diagnostics (x-rays or bloodwork) and/or treatments (sq fluids, injections), we may ask that you return to your car to wait or drop them off until they are ready to go home.
  • For food and medication pick up, we will remain curbside. Please call from your car and someone will meet you at the door to give you the medication or food.
  • We have updated our software systems to allow text and email reminders. Please provide an email and cell phone number where you would like them sent when you check-in to aid in this change. Post card reminders will still be available for those that prefer them.
  • We are excited to announce that we will be building a new hospital. We greatly appreciate your patience during construction as parking may become a bit of a challenging especially during winter months.