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Sick Visits, Surgery & Other Services

We offer a wide range of routine testing and specialized surgeries at a reasonable cost. If you are interested in a certain procedure for your pet give us a call for pricing.

Routine Testing

We can test your pets fecal for a number of different parasites that can't be seen with the naked eye, such as parasites, fungi and bacteria. Zoonotic diseases can be transferred to humans such as Giardia. Most kennels, doggy daycare and training facilities are all places that may require fecal testing before entering facility.

4DX - This is a routine blood test for dogs to test for Heartworm (transmitted by mosquitoes), Lyme disease, Anaplasmosis & Ehrlichia (transmitted by ticks). A quick test that gives you results in only 10 minutes. 

Snap FIV/FeLV Combo Test - A test for FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) & FELV (Feline Leukemia Virus). Results in just 10 minutes. 

Senior Screening for both cats and dogs - Chem/CBC/T4. A complete nose to tail look to see of any changes in your pets kidneys, liver, thyroid, etc. 


Before surgery, we will do a full physical exam and full bloodwork panel to ensure there are no problems before putting your pet under anesthesia. There are always risks involved when going under anesthesia and we do what's best to prevent any of those risks. Once we get the final results of any bloodwork and you pet has been cleared from their physical exam, we can proceed. 

Spay/Neuter - Whether it is a dog or a cat and you are not planning to breed them, spaying or neutering them is a good idea. Spaying your female before her first heat may protect her from certain diseases such as uterine infections and possibly cancers. Neutering your male may also prevent some cancers, possibly modify their behavior and help from trying to find a mate. Also, spaying/neutering your pet is really cost effective.

Foreign Body Removal - Did 'Max' get into something he wasn't supposed to? Maybe a sock, underwear or string? If it didn't come out on it's own it's time to bring him in. Radiographs and surgically removing the item may be whats needed. 

Dental Polishing and Scaling - Does your cat or dog have awful breath? Do they maybe just chew on one side of their mouth or have a hard time chewing at all? It may be time to have their teeth looked at. Just like people, our pets need oral care too. They can develop tartar and gingivitis. Depending on the severity, they may need a dental cleaning. Prevention is always better than having to treat. There are different ways to help with prevention - The original toothbrush and toothpaste, dental treats, and a prescription diet food called T/D made by Hill's Science Diet. 


​X-Ray - We have state of the art X-Ray machine. The images can be instantly see on any of the computer monitors in the hospital

Ultra Sound - We offer ultrasound exams for your pets as a non invasive process of diagnosing many conditions. 

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