We offer an array of services to keep your pet healthy for a long and happy life. Prevention of health problems is our goal, but we are also comfortable treating many medical issues which may arise. Preventative care for your pet may include :
- Annual exams
- Titre testing
- Nutrition consultation (Weight loss, allergies, finding the best food for your budget etc)
- Oral assessments, dental cleanings and radiography, as well as client education on dental care
- Baseline blood-work with our in-house laboratory
- Routine nail trims and ear cleans
- Parasite treatment and prevention
"Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food." We pride ourselves on our dedication to client education regarding the importance of good nutrition to prevent many potential ailments. From obesity to allergies, our nutrition consultant, Michelle, can help you find the best diet for your pets.
Our Puppy and Kitten plans include: Vaccinations-3 sets including Bordetella (dogs) and Rabies, spay/neuter, tattoo, a free bag of high quality food, a free puppy groom, a free 30 day Trial Pet Insurance and discounted ID Tags. On average, the puppy plan will save you around $60.
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Is your pet over seven years old? We recommend our Senior Care program.
This Program includes a complete physical exam, a complete blood count, a complete chemistry profile, a urinalysis, thyroid hormone check and early indication testing for kidney disease. These tests can help in the diagnosis of cancer, infection, anemia and bleeding problems, and provides insight into the status of your animals immune system. The chemistry profile will assess the function of liver, kidneys, pancreas and other organs. A complete urinalysis assesses kidney function, and can indicate urinary tract infections and crystals. It is rather common for senior pets to have underlying diseases which they are not showing symptoms of. For example, most cats don't begin showing signs of Renal Failure until their kidneys are only 33% functional. Early detection of disease could add years to your beloved pets life. The goal of the Senior care program is to provide a better quality of life for a longer period of time.