We feel it’s a priority to educate our clients about preventative health care. Our motto is “There is no such thing as a bad question, unless you don’t ask it.” We will send you home with pertinent information relating to preventative measures or about a specific problem your pet may have. Be sure and review your computer receipt as we will often relay information such as post-op care and medical instructions. We will also make it a priority to keep you updated daily on a hospitalized pet’s condition and we encourage you to visit your pet if hospitalized.

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Top 10 tips to help us keep your pet healthy

  • All pets should be examined at least twice each year.
  • All kittens and puppies should complete their vaccination series.
  • Keep your dogs on Heartgard monthly heartworm preventative medication all year round with testing for heartworm and Lyme disease every year.
  • Have all pets spayed and neutered at 8 months of age for small animals and 12 months of age for large breeds.
  • Have intestinal parasite tests (fecals) done on your pets every 6 months.
  • Use Nexgard monthly flea and tick control products from April through December to prevent flea and tick infestations, Lyme disease and intestinal worms.
  • Feed a good quality diet for the stages of your pet’s life. Avoid obesity by feeding measured amounts and not feeding table foods.
  • Practice oral hygiene; brush your pet’s teeth every other day. Have dental cleanings done when recommended to prevent the spread of bacterial infections from the mouth to the rest of the body. Premium diets contain better ingredients and nutrition.
  • Have geriatric pets examined more frequently and laboratory blood tests periodically done to detect early metabolic diseases.
  • Call our office if you notice your pet showing any unusual symptoms or behavioral changes.