We help your pet stay healthy and free of many common illnesses and diseases through preventative medicine and vaccination. Annual exams and vaccines are an important part of your pet's overall health and help prevent many deadly diseases. Our doctors and staff will discuss your pet's lifestyle with you to tailor your pet's vaccinations to their needs and avoid unnecessary vaccination. A complete physical exam is performed prior to all vaccinations to confirm your pet is healthy enough for immunization.
We offer the latest in digital radiography with our mobile digital x-ray unit! Our state of the art imaging system can help our doctors diagnose and treat many issues. We bring the unit right into your home and have the ability to show you images within seconds.
Our on-board laboratory allows us to examine samples from your pet and perform tests such as urinalyses, ear and skin cytologies, heartworm tests, intestinal parasite screenings, and more. We partner with a reference laboratory in order to provide additional, more extensive diagnostics when needed. This includes a variety of blood work panels, histopathology, and culture and sensitivity testing. Most results are available to our doctors within 24 hours.
Our doctors have the ability to monitor and manage many immunological and endocrinological diseases including, but not limited to, Cushing's disease, diabetes, liver failure, kidney disease, hypo- and hyperthyroidism, and many forms of heart disease.
We work closely with local veterinary specialists and refer patients when necessary or desired to ensure your pet's quality of life is maintained at the highest possible level.
The minor surgical procedures our doctors perform include feline castration (neutering), growth removals, laceration repairs, and wound management. Performance of these or any other surgical procedure is determined on a case-by-case basis by our doctors upon physical examination of your pet.
We partner with veterinary hospitals in your area for major surgical procedures that require full anesthesia and/or a sterile surgical environment, such as canine and feline spays, bone and joint repairs, and dentistry. Contact us to have your pet's pre-anesthetic blood work done at home once your pet's surgical procedure is scheduled!
Our hospital pharmacy comes with us! Didn't realize you are completely out of your pet's monthly heartworm prevention when we arrive for their visit? No worries! Our mobile pharmacy is fully stocked with heartworm prevention and flea and tick prevention, as well as an array of antibiotics, ear and eye medications, pain medications, joint supplements, and more.
Need a refill of your pet's medication? We mail it directly to you free of charge! Please allow three days for delivery via USPS.
We work with specialty and compounding pharmacies if your pet is particularly challenging to give medication to. Ask us about alternative medication administration methods for your pet!
Please note that your pet must be current on an annual exam with one of our doctors and current on any necessary related testing for medications to be legally dispensed. Medication refills for any recurrent health issues (such as ear and skin infections) are determined on an individual basis by our doctors as recheck examinations and/or further testing may be required.
All of our veterinarians are USDA accredited and can issue health certificates for both domestic and international travel. We are happy to help your pet become (or continue to be) a world traveller!
Please note that it is your responsibility to provide us with the travel guidelines appropriate for your pet associated with the state or country of destination prior to your pet's appointment. Not sure what specific health requirements must be met for your pet to travel? Visit the USDA APHIS website here.
Airlines often have their own regulations regarding pet travel. BringFido has a handy list to refer to here.
We understand the difficulty of bringing an entire litter of puppies or kittens to a veterinary hospital and the risk of exposing their undeveloped immune systems to a new environment. Avoid this hassle and stress by letting us come to you!
Our health certificate package for puppies include each puppy's physical examination, their first DHPP (distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, and parainfluenza) vaccination, Bordetella vaccination (an upper respiratory disease often called "kennel cough"), intestinal parasite screening, and a dose of broad-spectrum dewormer.
Our health certificate package for kittens include each kitten's physical examination, an FELV/FIV (feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus) test, their first FVRCP (feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia) vaccination, intestinal parasite screening, and a dose of broad-spectrum dewormer.
Our doctors are advocates for living pain-free in addition to living stress-free! We want your senior dog or cat to be able to spend their golden years as free of pain and stress as possible. Often it is difficult to get your senior pet to the veterinary office, so let us come to you! Our doctors offer the best in pain management and joint supplementation to make your senior pet as comfortable as possible.
When the time comes to say goodbye to your beloved companion, we offer in-home euthanasia so that you and your pet can be at peace in your own home. Family and loved ones can all be present to say goodbye to their friend in a quiet, private environment.
We offer cremation services with the option of having your pet's ashes returned to you in a beautiful ceramic urn or engraved wooden box. Burial services can be provided if needed, but is decided on an individual basis.