A wellness exam for a general overall health assessment of your pet. This service is recommended for most pets at least annually.
Get quick results with our in-house lab on the most common issues. Uranalysis, CBC, Thyroid panels, Comprehensive and prep profiles, as well as snap tests for most common viruses and heartworm disease.
Digital radiography and ultrasound is available in-house.
Treating dogs and cats that require surgery to treat conditions involving the cardiothoracic, gastrointestinal, respiratory and urogenital systems as well as disorders involving the ear, nose and throat.
During a dental cleaning plaque and tartar are removed from a pet's teeth, and the health of the entire mouth (tongue, gums, lips, and teeth) is assessed. A thorough dental cleaning can be accomplished only while the pet is under general anesthesia.
Coping with the impending loss of a pet is one of the most difficult experiences a pet parent will face.
Whether your furry friend is approaching his golden years or has been diagnosed with a terminal illness, it’s important to calmly guide the end-of-life experience and minimize any discomfort or distress.
You may elect to care for your pet at home, if your pet is suffering from a terminal illness and a cure is not possible.
The goal is to make a pet's final days or weeks more pleasant with the proper use of pain medications, dietary strategies and human interaction.
The term euthanasia comes from the Greek euthanatos, meaning “easy death.”
We offer this service to allow pets and their parents to spend their final moments together in the comfort of their own home.
Cremation can be arranged through our office.
As a pet owner, you have the special responsibility of making aftercare choices on your pet’s behalf. Working together with Precious Pets Cemetery, we will gently guide you through the process of making cremation arrangements that are fitting for you and your pet.
Established in 1985, Precious Pets Cemetery is a family owned and operated cemetery and crematory.