We understand how hard it can be to leave your precious pets when you go away. However, we want to assure you that we will take care of your pets as if they were our own. Our staff is professional and well trained.
Please let us know if your pets have any special requirements. We want your pets to be happy and comfortable while staying with us, so we will feed your pets according to your instructions. We also make sure every pet always has fresh, clean water available.
If you are concerned about boarding your pets, don’t hesitate to set up a time to visit our hospital and look around our boarding facility. We can also discuss our boarding policies and answer any questions or address any concerns you may have.
We know that pets come in all shapes and sizes, so we are happy to treat exotic pets. In addition to cats and dogs, we also treat animals like birds, reptiles, and pocket pets like hamsters and guinea pigs.
Our team is highly trained and educated when it comes to caring for exotic pets, so you can rest assured that your pet is in good hands.
When we need to figure out what’s wrong with your pet, we routinely use x-rays to help identify the cause of the problem, rule out possible problems or provide a list of possible causes. We may also use x-rays during a wellness exam to diagnose potential problems before they become serious.
Flea Prevention & Control
Fleas can cause problems for pets ranging from minor to life-threatening. Not only can these parasites cause severe itching, irritation, and allergies, but they can also transmit tapeworms and diseases. Make an appointment today and have your pet checked and/or treated for fleas.
There’s an easy way to keep your dog or cat safe, by administering monthly heartworm preventatives. Most heartworm medications also protect your pet against other parasites, such as roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, ear mites, fleas, and ticks. We can recommend the best regimen of prevention for your pet upon visiting.
Don’t panic if you find a tick on your dog or cat, even if your pet is on a preventative. Some preventatives kill ticks after they’ve come in contact with your pet. Do not hesitate to ask us any questions you might have.