Spay and Neuter
- We recommend spaying or neutering companion animals to reduce the number of stray animals and as a preventive measure against disease later in life. This elective surgical procedure is recommended to avoid accidental or unwanted breeding of dogs and cats. In addition, studies have shown that surgical sterilization of our pets younger than one year of age helps prevent or lower the likelihood of several life-threatening diseases. There are pros and cons to all procedures and we strive to treat each and every one of our patients as the individual that they are. If you have any questions or concerns about having your pet spayed or neutered, please do not hesitate to ask one of our staff.
- Many orthopedic procedures require specialized training and equipment. We partner with Dr. Jennifer Wardlaw, DVM, MS, DACVS to provide the best possible outcome on our orthopedic procedure. To learn more about Dr. Wardlaw, visit her website here.
- Dentistry is one of the fastest growing areas of veterinary medicine. We offer whole mouth care, including dental radiographs (xrays), dental scaling and polishing as well as minor dental surgical procedures.
- Dental health has been shown to be very closely associated with whole body health, with kidney, liver, and even heart disease often being directly caused by oral and periodontal disease. With proper treatment and preventive care, we can help your pet have good oral health for their entire lives.