Companion Animals

Large and small, we now serve them all!

 

Our Services

We've begun offering companion animal services to better serve our community. So you can expect flexible hours, house-calls, drop-offs before or after work to minimize your time away from work, pick-ups and deliveries, and much more. Just ask us and we'll do our best to help serve you.

Our core services include routine health exams and annual vaccinations, routine surgeries, dental procedures, endoscopy, preventative health programs, and emergency service We perform many blood and important tests in our own laboratory for rapid results.

Additionally, we have digital radiograph capabilities and ultrasound in our clinic and these can be taken to on-site locations as necessary.

 

Products


We are a distributor for Hill's Pet Nutrition products. Call us and we will keep your food in stock. We will make you aware of special promotions and discounts to help you get the best pricing available.

Is there such a thing as a lifetime guarantee on a pet collar? Yes, and we have them! Lupine Pet collars and leashes are in stock. They are 100% guaranteed, stylish, and affordable.

Welcome spring and shedding season!  We are in love with the FURminator brushes that we now have in stock!  Come visit us and see more of our favorite pet products.  

 

Payment options

 

We expect full payment at the time services are provided.  Both cash and credit cards are accepted.  A new offering is Care Credit.  By popular request, we are a provider that accepts this form of payment. To learn more or to apply for Care Credit visit their website.  The application and approval only takes minutes to complete.  We are not a lending institution and therefore do not extend credit.  

 

 

 

 

 

Cold Weather Safety

BE PREPARED: • Talk to your veterinarian about your pet’s risks in cold weather • Have an emergency kit that includes your pet’s needs in case of severe weather or prolonged power outage • If your dog has a short coat or seems bothered by cold, consider a sweater or dog coat • Consider booties for your dog’s feet; make sure they fit! • Ensure outdoor pets have insulated shelter and unfrozen drinking water. In extreme cold, even outdoor pets should stay inside

KNOW YOUR PET’S LIMITS: • Know your pet’s tolerance for the cold; adjust accordingly • Shorten walks in very cold weather • Contact your veterinarian if your pet is shivering or extremely lethargic after being out in the cold

AVOID INJURY/POISONING: • Check under your car, bang the hood, and honk the horn before starting the engine • Use pet-safe de-icing products • Clean up any antifreeze spills quickly • Stay away from frozen ponds, lakes and streams • Only take your pet in the car when absolutely necessary. Never leave your pet unattended in a vehicle • Check your dog’s paws frequently for signs of irritation or injury • Wipe down or wash your pet’s feet, legs and belly to remove packed snow, ice, salt and de-icing chemicals after walks