Our Pet Health Centers are open to the public seven days a week with appointments from 10 am to 8 pm. Our friendly and caring staff will take care of all your pet’s medical
needs. With 19 highly skilled veterinarians on staff, we are able to provide high quality care for more than 200 pets at any given time.
Appointments are scheduled to examine animals that aren’t feeling well, injured, or have other issues such as skin infections, tumors, ear infections, sores, etc. Tests such as blood panels, urine cultures, x-rays could be performed to diagnose your pet’s illness and/or injuries, and devise a treatment plan.
Our facility is equipped to provide post-surgery care and overnight medical care for hospitalized patients.
During your pet’s stay, their condition will be closely monitored by our nurturing medical staff and state-of-the art monitoring equipment. Our highly skilled veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and support staff will go to great lengths to provide individualized compassionate care to all of our patients.
Pets can’t tell you when they don’t feel well, and they’re particularly adept at “hiding” signs of illness. Moreover, many diseases do not cause symptoms until serious damage has been done. Did you know, for example, that pets with kidney disease can lose as much as 75% of their kidney function before showing any clinical signs? Performing regular blood work will detect
early changes and enable us to cure or manage many diseases, allowing your pet to live a full and healthy life. In addition, blood work is essential for any pet undergoing a surgical procedure requiring anesthesia. Pre-anesthetic blood work can alert us to any hidden problems that your pet may have, which will allow us to adjust the anesthesia or take other measures to reduce the risk of complications.
Early detection allows us to treat your pet more quickly and effectively. Diagnostic testing helps us to make that possible. Annual blood and urine tests can detect heartworm disease, Lyme disease, infections, feline leukemia, intestinal parasites, urinary tract infections, and other conditions that can go unnoticed in their early stages. Early blood testing can show evidence of disease such as diabetes, changes in liver or kidney function, or simply provide a baseline for future reference. Diagnostic testing can also include pre-anesthetic screenings prior to dental or surgical procedures that require general anesthesia.
Digital Radiographs (X-rays)
One of the most useful tools in medicine, X-rays are used to examine your pet’s bones, lungs, heart, abdomen, oral cavity, and other areas. If we suspect your pet has a fractured bone, swallowed a foreign object, or is suffering from a heart problem, an X-ray can tell us what we need to know.
Ultrasound is a form of imaging that allows us to look inside your pet’s body without surgery. It is a completely noninvasive technique. An Ultrasound can give us information about organs in your pet’s abdomen, chest and heart, and the eyes, as well as diagnose pregnancy.