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We provide many services to help you keep your pets in the best health that you can. Read on to find out more about these services.
The wellness exam is the cornerstone of maintaining your pet's health. With regular exams we can make sure your pets are in optimal health and we are able to find problems earlier, when they are easier to address. Wellness exams can be broken into 3 general categories.
Vaccines are the first line of defense against many highly contagious and possibly deadly diseases. Our goal is to vaccinate more animals (but less often than what is often given) in order to maximize the preventative benefits of the vaccines while limiting any adverse effects from vaccines. We stock vaccines for dogs and cats including rabies, distemper, parvovirus, hepatitis, kennel cough, Lyme disease, influenza, panleukopenia, and feline leukemia. We can also arrange for titer testing to check antibody levels to see if vaccination is necessary.
Parasite treatment obviously keeps your pet more healthy but did you know that it can keep your family more healthy as well? We can help you to choose preventatives that are effective while offering convince and affordability. There are many parasites and many treatments- our veterinarians are the best source to help you put together a prevention and treatment plan using the most up to date knowledge.
Weight and nutrition are as important to our pets as they are to ourselves. We stock a variety of prescription diets and can help advise you to make the best choice for your pets taking into account nutritional value, cost and convenience.
Spay and Neuter
We provide spay and neuter procedures to help keep pets earthy as well as prevent any unwanted pregnancies (thus helping to control pet overpopulation). Patients that come for spay and neuter surgeries come for the day, have preoperative and post operative exams performed, are under full anesthesia for the procedures, receive monitoring from our veterinary staff. We also recommend pre-operative blood testing, iv fluids and full digital anesthetic monitoring.
Pet identification microchips are an inexpensive and permanent way to help your pets find their way back home if they should get out, get lost or stolen. Veterinary clinics as well as shelters and animal control regularly check for microchips in found pets to make sure they haven't gotten away from home accidentally.
Wonderful, caring, and affordable vet. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Prices are VERY affordable. Staff is knowledgeable as well. I will never go anywhere else. BEST VET HOSPITAL AROUND! Dr. Sherer