A thorough physical exam is one of the most important diagnostic tools available to us. The veterinarian will listen to the heart and lungs, check the ears, eyes, teeth and skin and will also palpate your pet. Palpation helps us feel any enlargement or swellings of the pets’ body and also gives us an idea if the organs in the abdomen feel normal in size and shape. By monitoring your pets’ health on a regular basis, we are better able to address potential problems, before they become serious. We strive to be the advocate for your pet and their health concerns.
We offer complete veterinary services such as vaccinations, laboratory screenings, surgery, dentistry, digital x-rays, ultrasound, microchips, baths, boarding, prescription diets, heartworm preventative medications and flea control products.