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Dietary Planning

A sound diet is vital to the health of a pet at any age. Dietary issues include weight maintenance, performance, growth and treatment of disease.

Specialty Services

Full lab service

Xrays and Ultrasonography

Full Dental Services

Increasingly, our clients are learning that it is just as important to have their pets' teeth examined and cleaned regularly as it is to protect their own teeth and gums. Our services include cleaning, polishing, tooth extraction and oral surgery.

Services We Provide

We provide a variety of veterinary services from standard health exams to advanced surgical procedures utilizing ultramodern technologies. We place special focus on medical technology, training, and staffing to bring you quality, yet affordable services under one roof. We are committed to providing the best care possible.




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Primary Care

-Vaccinations are the single most effective method for protecting our pets against infectious diseases. It is recommended that your pet has a wellness exam and vaccines at least once a year. The following are the vaccinations that we recommend for your pet.

Dogs Annual:
Rabies vaccine
Canine Distemper/Hepatitis/Parvo/Parainfluenza vaccine
Leptosporosis vaccine
Canine Influenza Vaccine
Lyme Vaccine
Bordetella (6mo. kennel cough) vaccine

Cats Annual:
Rabies vaccine
Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis/Calicivirus/Panleukopenia vaccine
Bordetella (6mo. kennel cough) vaccine




Other Surgical Procedures

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Surgical Services

Spays and Neuters
-Veterinarians recommend spaying or neutering your pet between four and six months of age. The benefits to your pet's health, and to help decrease pet overpopulation, make this decision simpler. Spaying or neutering your pet does not affect their capability to perform their responsibilities in any style whatsoever. 

Benefits of Spaying or Neutering your pet:

Prevention of "heat" and the uterine infection known as pyometra in your female pets.
Decreases the risk certain diseases such as - perianal adenoma, benign prostatic hyperplasia, and prostatitis in your male pets.
Reduces the risk of testicular, breast, uterine, and ovarian cancer.
Eliminates sexual impulses, which usually reduces your pet’s desire to roam.
Lessens certain kinds of aggression.

A declawing surgery consists of removing the entire nail and nail bed of a feline’s claws under general anesthesia. The surgeon may use a medical scalpel or a laser to perform the procedure and the incision sites will be closed using absorbable sutures. Regularly, the patient will be hospitalized for one or two nights after the surgery. Most cats seem to be back to normal within seven to fourteen days.

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Other general surgical procedures​, including tumors and mass removals, ear cropping, soft tissue surgery, and much much more. . .