Puppy and Kitten Care
After adopting a new puppy or kitten, it’s important to schedule an appointment so that your young pet can be tested for parasites and receive appropriate vaccines. At your pet’s first visit, we’ll also discuss dietary options for proper growth and development and offer advice regarding spaying or neutering.
The Preventive Years
As young pets mature and move into adulthood, most will experience a span of years when health concerns are at a minimum. This doesn’t mean that proper prevention should take a back seat. Continued
wellness visits are your best line of defense against diseases.
Even the happiest and healthiest of pets will occasionally feel under the weather. Should your pet become ill, we are here to help with compassionate care,
advanced diagnostics, and effective treatment options.
As our pets age, they become more susceptible to chronic conditions that require ongoing care and treatment, such as diabetes, hyperthyroidism, arthritis, and inflammatory bowel disease. We can help.
Senior Pet Care
Senior pets often need semi-annual checkups (with bloodwork) so that we can track—and often slow—the progression of chronic conditions. We can also provide advice on nutrition, mobility concerns, home modifications, and other considerations to help your pet age comfortably.
We encourage you to
call our office to schedule a consultation for any concerns you might have, including proper nutrition, socialization, potty problems, and behavioral issues.
First and foremost, our job is about the cats and dogs we treat, but it’s also about the families who love and care for these pets. We’re with you throughout your pet’s life to help you have the best experience possible with your pet.