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  • Why do I need to spay and neuter my pet?
    Spay and neuter are procedures that have different benefits depending on the gender of your pet. In males, neutering can prevent the chances of testicular cancer, prostate problems, an behavioral issues such as roaming, marking, and hostility towards other animals. In females, spaying reduces the risk of urinary infections, breast cancer, and prevents heat cycles which reduce erratic behavior and bloody discharge. Check out our blog on the importance of spaying and neutering your animals.
  • Do you treat exotic animals?
    No, we are only equipped to treat dogs and cats, but we will direct you to a facility that does treat exotic pets.
  • Does my pet need a dental cleaning?
    Just like with humans, it is recommended that you take your pet for dental cleanings every 6 months to clean tarter build up, periodontal disease, bad breath, and even heart disease. Check our blog on pet dentals to learn more on maintaining your furry friends oral health.
  • Do you perform tail-docking for dogs?
    We do not perform tail docking at our facility.
  • What kind of preventative medications does my pet need?
    It is recommended that your pet receives a combination of heart-worm prevention, as well as flea and tick prevention. These items can be purchased separately, however, we recommend that you purchase combined medication that prevents both flea and tick as well as prevents heart-worms.
  • What is a Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship
    It is the process of creating a formal relationship with a veterinary healthcare facility, and is the foundation for interaction between veterinarians and clients. It is legally required to receive vaccines, prescription drugs, surgery services, dental procedures, and any other service provided by the facility.
  • Does my dog need to be sedated during a dental exam?
    Pets hide painful problems that can disturb sensitive teeth during a proper dental cleanings. Anesthesia allows for your pet to remain pain free throughout the procedure, even during dental extractions and through teeth cleaning. Additionally, X-Rays and dental exams may reveal underlying problems that ay require your pet to under anesthesia.
  • Why do I need to vaccinate my pet?
    Just like in humans, vaccinations are an important form of preventative care in your pet to protect them from any future illnesses or diseases that they may encounter in their lifetime. They protect from illnesses that include rabies, Parvovirus , Distemper, Parainfluenza, Bordatella, and canine flu. Other vaccinations for canines include leptospirosis and Lyme disease. Check our blog post on the importance of pet vaccines to learn more about protecting your pet from diseases.
  • Do you offer grooming services?
    We do not offer grooming services, but we do offer nail trim and anal gland expression for new and existing clients.
  • Do you declaw pets?
    We do not perform declaws, but will help you in seeking out alternatives to control your pets behavior.
  • Do you take Emergencies or Walk in appointments?
    We are appointment only, but we do accept urgent care visits during our appointed hours listed on our website. If your pet has a true emergency, we recommend that you take them to any of the 24 hour emergency clinics nearby.
  • Why is blood work recommended before procedures using anesthesia?
    Doing blood work can help find underlying conditions that may not be obvious during physical exams, ensuring that your pet is healthy enough to undergo the pending surgery.
  • What does preventative care mean for my pet?
    Preventative care starts at a young age, and involves a wellness examination of your pet where they will get needed vaccinations, get treated or tested for potential parasites, and receive any needed medications for your pet. Check out our blog on pet preventative care, and why it's essential for their longevity.
  • Do you offer any payment plans?
    We do have financing and payment options through CareCredit.
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