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Physical Exams/Wellness exams

Physical exams are a necessary part in the first steps to diagnosing a pet. Physicals should be done regularly to ensure healthy pets. Health exams include (but are not limited to) oral, otoscopic, ophthalmologic, abdominal palpation, orthopedic and rectal examination.



Vaccinations are the key in preventative medicine to continue to ensure the safety and health of your pets.

Required vaccines for dogs: Bordetella Oral Vaccine, Rabies 1 year Vaccine, and DHPPV (distemper) vaccines. For Cats: Feline RCP, and 1 year Rabies vaccine. We also offer the following vaccines:

Coronavirus, Leptospirosis, Lyme, DHPPV+Lepto, and others!


Diagnostic testing (in house blood work, digital x-rays, ultrasound)

Diagnostic testing is a key element in helping us ensure the safety and health of your animals. They often reveal what we cannot detect from a wellness exam. To ensure the health of your pets, talk to your veterinarian about diagnostic testing, and whether or not it is necessary for your pets’ health maintenance. X-rays and bloodwork often detect abnormalities. Long term medications often require consistent diagnostic testing to maintain the health of your pets. Ultrasound exams can be scheduled with us on certain days of the week.

-Surgical Services include (but are not limited to) spay procedures, neuter procedures, and more extensive surgeries like orthopedic procedures.


Health Certificates

We have USDA accredited veterinarians that are prepared to help you travel with your furry friends! Please view APHIS WEBSITE HERE

 to look over the requirements for your pet. Remember: Each country has a set of requirements that may vary from other countries. Our veterinarians will review the forms, carry our all necessary exams/tests, and perform all necessary treatments as required by the desired destination.


Dental Procedures

to ensure your pets’ oral health, dental procedures can be recommended to some pets. Bad breath can often signify infection or the build-up of bacteria in your pets’ mouth. Often times, it is unavoidable to perform a dental procedure without the use of general anesthesia. (include importance from brushing your pets’ teeth)


Your Animal Health is our priority

We understand the special role your pet plays in your family and are dedicated to becoming your partner in your pet’s health care. We treat your pet as we would our own. Our goal is to practice the highest quality medicine and surgery with compassion and an emphasis on client education. Our entire healthcare team is committed to providing personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual pet owner.

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