Preventative Care

Wellness exams are recommended every 6 months as our pets age, or more frequently for chronic disease.  

For some conditions, early detection may help improve outcome, or prolong a more comfortable quality of life.  

For other conditions, routine monitoring, such as blood work, is important to help gauge progression of disease and whether other treatment options may be appropriate.  



Vaccination is an important principle of prevention.  We recommend following the AAHA or AAFP protocols for dogs and cats.  Vaccine titers may also be discussed with the doctor.

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A number of different soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries can be performed at our practice.  The risks and benefits of the procedures should always be assessed for each individual.

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We offer a wide range of in-house diagnostics for prompt diagnosis and treatment.

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Our doctors make every effort to preserve as many teeth as possible. However, extractions are necessary when decay has made the tooth unsalvageable or when you have an advanced periodontal disease.

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