Do I need an appointment?
What forms of payment do you accept?
What vaccines are required for boarding or grooming?
How often does my pet need a Rabies vaccination?
When should I have my pet spayed or neutered?
When does my pet need blood work?
How many months should my pet be on Heartworm prevention medication?
Why does my dog need a blood test before purchasing heartworm prevention?
MOST companies will guarantee their product provided you use the heartworm prevention year round and are performing yearly heartworm test. When starting heartworm prevention, or if your pet has not been on heartworm prevention year round, it is important that you perform a heartworm test 6 months after starting the prevention to rule out the pre-patent period. The pre-patent period refers to the time in which a dog has early developmental larvae which cannot be detected on a heartworm test, even though your dog is already harboring heartworm infection. If you do not do this it is possible the manufacturer of the products may not cover your pet’s treatment should they test positive for heartworm disease in the future.
My pet never goes outside so does it really need heartworm prevention?
Doesn't the fecal sample test for heartworms?
How can I prevent fleas?
Why does my pet need a dental cleaning and how often should this be done?
How often your pet needs his/her teeth cleaned varies with many factors. Your pet’s teeth and mouth should be examined on a regular basis by our veterinarian. We will keep you informed specifically for your pet how often dental examinations and dental cleanings should be performed.
How do I know if my pet is in pain?
What is kennel cough?
What is Lepto?
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Please note: we are open every other Saturday. Please be sure to call to confirm each week’s schedule.
During business hours, if you suspect your pet of having an emergency, please give us a call and we will prepare for your pet’s arrival. If your pet has an emergency outside of hospital hours, we recommend the following local veterinary emergency care clinics:
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