We provide complete patient care: See below for a detailed description of what we offer.
- Reptiles (snakes, lizards, etc.)
- Rodents (hamsters, mice, guinea pigs, hedgehogs, etc.)
- Biochemistry Panel
- Complete Blood Count
- Electrolyte Count
- Parvovirus testing
- Thyroid testing
- Pancreas testing
- Giardia testing
- Fecal Analysis
Refill requests should be called in at least 24 hours before the medication is needed to ensure that the drug is in stock and the doctor has approved the medication.
Our x-ray machine uses low dose radiation to produce images for diagnostic purposes. Radiographs allow us to view internal structures, such as bones and abdominal organs, etc. This can help our veterinarians diagnose diseases such as arthritis, fractures, foreign bodies, bladder stones, tumors, etc.
Minimizing stress and pain is our priority, therefore, our animal undergo full anesthesia for this day procedure. We tailor our anesthetic protocols to individual patients, in order to provide a pain free and rapid recovery.
Your pet’s teeth will be cleaned with an ultrasonic scaler and a polisher. Any extractions will be done by a veterinarian, and will have been previously discussed and approved by you! At discharge, special restrictions in diet or recovery will be thoroughly explained by either a veterinarian or a registered technician.
The few services that we are unable to perform here, we will give a referral to a hospital that will help you. We focus on patient safety and comfort. Prior to the surgery day, we will always call to remind you of our pre-surgical protocols; when to stop feeding and drop off/pick up times. Most of our surgical procedures are day procedures, and your pet can be picked up as soon as they have made a full recovery.
When you drop off your pet on the day of their surgery, our technician will go over the procedure with you and answer any last minute questions you may have. We will do a full physical exam and run a pre-surgical panel (blood work) to ensure your pet is healthy enough to undergo the procedure. If any concerns arise from this, the veterinarian will contact you to discuss results before proceeding.
Tattoos are registered to our practice, whereas microchips are registered right to your address and phone number. For more information on these services, please contact our helpful staff!
Our veterinarians are happy to discuss the diets we carry, and which one may work well for your pets specific needs.