Dental Care for Pets

Dental Care for Pets

Many Common Dental Problems Are Preventable Good oral hygiene is as important for your pet as it is for you. Even though dental technology for pets has grown exponentially, allowing your pet virtually all of the dental care you receive, avoiding problems is clearly...
9 Signs Your Pet Needs Dental Care

9 Signs Your Pet Needs Dental Care

Check Those Fangs! An easily overlooked yet crucial indicator of your pet’s health is their mouth. Keeping up with your pet’s dental cleanings both at home and at the vet will help your them live the healthy, happy life that they deserve, and also help you...
Why Spay or Neuter

Why Spay or Neuter

What’s the Difference? A female animal is spayed, a male is neutered; in either situation your pet will be sterilized and so they will not be able to reproduce. If you are thinking of breeding your pet you should not have them spayed or neutered. Appropriate Age...
Pet Vaccinations

Pet Vaccinations

Pet Vaccinations Sensible and Easy Just as human vaccinations have virtually eliminated once deadly diseases that killed millions, regular pet vaccinations protect from common illnesses: Rabies Distemper Parvovirus Bordetella Some vaccinations are performed once, some...
Pet Diagnostics

Pet Diagnostics

Pet Diagnostics Detecting Changes in Your Pet’s Health Diagnostic tests provide essential information with which our veterinarians can identify blood disorders, kidney and liver disease, diabetes, infection, cancer, thyroid disease and other hormonal problems....
Your Pet’s Wellness Exam

Your Pet’s Wellness Exam

Pet Wellness Care A Through Examination At this appointment your veterinarian will carefully examine your pet, paying careful attention to her: Temperature at time of visit Skin and coat Heart, lungs and abdomen Teeth and gums Eyes and ears Paws and nails Your vet...