A thorough physical exam is the basis of any wellness visit. This exam includes close inspection of your pet's eyes, ears, nose, mouth and teeth, skin and coat, limbs and paws, and more. Your veterinarian will also listen to the heart and lungs and gently feel the abdomen and lymph nodes, looking for any irregularities. Just by this simple exam, your doctor can tell a lot about your pet's health. If any warning signs of disease or injury are detected, your veterinarian may recommend further testing, such as diagnostic lab work or x-ray.
Modern pet vaccines prevent many diseases that were once life-threatening for pets. We can provide all vaccines your pet needs, including core vaccines, which are recommended for all pets, and non-core vaccines, which your veterinarian will recommend based on your pet's individual lifestyle and exposure to risk.
Parasites are more than just a nuisance; they spread harmful diseases that can affect pets and humans. To ensure the health and safety of your entire family, it is important to keep your pet on preventative medicines that fight fleas, ticks, heartworm, and intestinal parasites. Our clinic is equipped with a full-service pharmacy to provide all the preventatives your pet needs. We also perform regular fecal examination for intestinal parasites and check your pet's skin and coat for fleas and ticks.
With a full-service pharmacy on-site, we are able to fill your pet's prescription from the convenience of our clinic. For refills on prescription medication, please give us a call at least 48 hours prior to the time you need the refill. This gives us time to ensure adequate stock of your pet's medication and expedite the refill process.