With a small blood sample, we can perform a basic wellness profile for your dog or cat. This can be done in conjunction with their annual physical exam. Wellness laboratory testing is used to assist the veterinarian in detecting health problems at an early stage. Laboratory results often provide valuable information to evaluate the condition of your pet’s vital organs such as the liver, kidneys, pancreas and heart. These tests can provide a baseline for future comparison to detect changes in your pet’s health. Heartworm testing for dogs every spring.
A regular annual examination is an important part of preventive health care for your cart and dog. A full range of vaccinations is available to protect your pets against a wide variety of diseases.
Soft Tissue / Spay & Neuter Surgery
Spay and neuter surgery services are available for dogs, cats and other small animals. All surgery patients receive intravenous fluids and medications for pain control while in the animal hospital. Other soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries are also performed in our modern veterinary surgical suite. Your pets receive complete care instructions and post-operative pain medications when they are discharged from the hospital by one of our Registered Veterinary Technicians. They will be happy to answer any of your questions about this process.
Dental hygiene and oral care are an important part of maintaining your pet’s health. We provide dental cleaning services and dental surgery using modern equipment in our dental suite. Please call for an appointment to assess your pet’s dental needs.
Diagnostic Laboratory Testing
A wide variety of laboratory tests are available for your dog and cat. Complete blood counts, blood chemistry, urinalysis, parasite testing and viral screenings are just a few of the many tests performed.
Digital X-Ray Imaging
This imaging technique provides information to aid the veterinarian in diagnosing diseases and injuries of both bone and soft tissues. We have modern on-site equipment for diagnostic x-ray services for your dog and cat. Our digital radiographic images are read by radiology specialists.
This non-invasive imaging technique is used to assist the veterinarian in diagnosing diseases of the heart, lungs, kidneys, bladder, liver, pancreas and intestines. Cardiac and abdominal scans are available on-site or by referral. Please call for an appointment for your dog or cat.
Balanced nutrition and weight management are an important part of your pet’s health care. Our Registered Veterinary Technicians are always available to answer questions about nutritional requirements and weight management for your dog or cat. Consultations for nutrition counseling and weight management include regular weigh-ins and progress reports customized for each individual pet’s requirements.
We carry the following veterinary diets for your dogs and cats:
- Hills Prescription Diet
- Hills Healthy Advantage
- Medi-Cal Royal Canin Veterinary Diets
- Purina Prescription Diet