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We recommend an annual exam and specific vaccine protocol tailored to your pets individual needs. Exams are recommended more often in cases of illness or advancing age.



We offer permanent identification microchips for your pets in case they ever become lost they can be easily identified and return to your home. 


We offer vaccine protocols on an individual basis depending on your pet's environment, social habits, and risk to diseases.

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We proudly work with Imaging 4 Pets who provide traveling ultrasound services which provide our doctors with in-depth images when necessary for diagnostics.



We perform a variety of soft tissue surgeries as well as partnering with Dr. Slawienski, a board certified Orthopedic Surgeon.



We recommend all senior pets have blood work screening and radiographs to allow for early detection of disease to better treat and enhance quality of life. Pets are living longer, happier lives due to advancement in veterinary treatment and procedures and we are here to help you give the best care to your senior pet in their "golden years".



Our-in-house laboratory allows us to obtain blood results quickly to determine an illness that is present or analyze a patient's overall health. 



We offer the latest technology in digital radiographs which allows us to view and interpret results in seconds with a clear and accurate picture of your pet. With these capabilities, we can efficiently diagnosis and begin treating many disorders.

Proper dental care is important for oral health as well as overall health. Dental disease can lead to health problems associated with the lungs, heart, liver and kidneys. Oral hygiene is important for our animal companions but is often overlooked. 



Periodontal disease with plaque, a film of bacteria coating the teeth. The bacteria become calcified and form into a hard substance called tartar, Plaque can be removed by brushing or dental chews. Once hardened into tartar the removal process becomes more difficult and professional cleaning is required to manage it. As tartar accumulates it causes gingivitis, infection around the tooth root and erosion of the bony socket leading to loose teeth.




Our dental procedures are performed under general anesthesia with intubation. While under anesthesia your pet's teeth and oral cavity will be completely examined using many techniques similar to human dentists. X-rays will be taken to evaluate the whole tooth (root & crown). Dental x-rays help to identify defects that cannot be seen externally and confirm the need for extractions. Tartar and plaque are then removed with an ultrasonic scaler and teeth are polished using a special paste. All dentals are finished by application of fluoride to help protect the teeth from plaque build up. 



Saying good-bye to a beloved pet is one of the most challenging and difficult decisions to make. Our compassionate staff is here to help you through this painful experience and make the last moments easier on you and your pet. Please feel free to contact us to discuss your concerns and we will help guide you in the best way possible. 



We are very proud of our boarding facility that is connected to our hospital.  All dogs are kept separated from one another and are taken outside to go to the bathroom separately.  Our staff takes great pride in the level of care that all of the animals receive while boarding with us.  Although the hospital is closed early on Saturday and completely on Sunday, kennel staff will be there to take care of your dog, let them outside to play and go to the bathroom, and feed them or give them medications according to your directions at drop off.

All dogs are required to be fully up to date on their Distemper/Parvo, Bordetella (kennel cough), and Rabies vaccines to be able to stay in our boarding facility.  Dogs are also required to have a recent negative stool sample as well.  

If you have further questions or would like to set up a time for boarding, please call us during normal business hours and we will be happy to help you.



We are proud to offer boarding accommodations for cats as well as dogs. Our cat boarding accommodations allow cats of the same family to share their space if you choose to.  Our staff provides excellent care for all animals boarding at our facility and will be there to take care of your cat even on holidays or weekends when the hospital is closed.  Food and medications will be given to your pet during their stay according to your specific directions at drop off.

All cats are required to be fully up to date on their Distemper and Rabies vaccines as well as having a recent negative stool sample.  

If you have further questions or would like to set up a time for boarding, please call us during normal business hours and we will be happy to help you.

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