Preventative and curative medicine
We are a full-service veterinary clinic offering high-quality care for your canine and feline family members. We perform general surgery including dental cleaning, spay, and neuters.
Our services also include medical treatments, in-house lab work, X-rays, skin exams as well as vaccinations and yearly exams. We strive to provide our clients with as much relevant information as possible, to help you make the best choices for your loved ones.
We practice traditional medicine where your pet has a name, not a number.
Our Veterinary team offers individual and personal care whether your pet needs routine or nonroutine surgical procedures. Our staff is focused on patient safety and pain management in order to get the best possible results.
Be sure that our team is going to be with you from the first moment by providing pre-surgical evaluation to supervising post-operative care of your pet.
We work closely with owners to provide the best care and support to our patients before and after any surgical procedure.
In-house laboratory diagnostics
Our veterinary team believes the sooner we diagnose the problem, the sooner we can treat the patient. For that reason, we offer a wide range of in-house laboratory tests that will allow us having an immediate diagnosis for your pet’s health and will ease your concerns in a timely matter.
- Pre-anesthetic Testing
- Blood Chemistry
- Blood Cellular Count
- Thyroid Testing
- Fecal Testing
- Digital Radiography
- Electro Cardiogram
We also provide external professional evaluations and consultations like Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Dermatology, Radiology, etc. That enable us to diagnose and treat your pet with the higher accuracy for the best medical approach to our patients. In House Laboratory diagnostics let us look for hidden internal abnormalities in a short period of time.
Our services also include:
- Complete Examinations
- Annual Vaccination
- 1 year and 3 year Rabies and Distemper/Parvo Protocols (for Canine only)
- Onsite Heartworm & Intestinal Parasite Testing and Treatment
- Heartworm, Flea & Tick Education & Prevention
- Onsite Skin and Ear Testing & Treatments
- Onsite Referred Lab / Blood Work
- Digital Radiography
- Humane Euthanasia & Cremation Service
- Specialist Referrals (as needed)
- Internal Medicine
- Mass Removals
- Wound Treatments
A regular physical examination is just as important for your pet as it is for you. Because your pet can’t tell us how he or she really feels, we recommend a complete nose-to-tail physical examination at least once a year.