Annual Physical Examination
An important step in maintaining your pet's health, our annual exam allows us to keep an eye out for potential diseases, and make sure their behaviour and weight are normal and healthy.
Vaccines can play a significant role in your pet’s preventive and wellness care. We create individualized pet vaccination programs that address the unique health needs of each patient. Diseases and viruses can be a threat to your pet’s health just as they can be for us, which is why your veterinarian will want to discuss vaccinations as early in your pet’s development as possible. We’ll make sure your pet has everything they need to stay healthy and happy.
Puppy and Kitten Care
When you bring in your new addition to us, we will be discussing topics such as:
Pets are living longer than ever due to ongoing veterinary care and balanced nutrition. To optimize the health and quality of life of your aging pets, annual health visits and appropriate wellness testing help aid in owner education and early detection of disease.
Animal rehabilitation is the application of physiotherapy principals and techniques re-designed for veterinary patients. Targeted exercises and movements are used to assist in the individual needs of your dog or cat. The principals behind rehabilitation is to strengthen, develop and improve function of the musculoskeletal system, reduce pain, improve mobility and maximize recovery following injury or major surgery.
Following an examination and consultation, an individualized therapy plan will be developed for your pet and have them on their way to being more mobile and happy.
Canine/ Feline Massage Therapy
Is a branch of human massage therapy techniques tailored to our veterinary patients. Massage therapy is an alternative therapy with benefits of which may include relaxation, increased oxygenation, relief from pain, improved joint flexibility, as well as miscellaneous benefits to the immune system. Contact our office to book a consultation.
A better way to get X-rays, our CR Radiography allows us to provide a more modern service.
In House Laboratory
To perform several tests including serum chemistry, blood analysis, fecal examination, urinalysis and cytology.
Allergy testing and others.
By spaying your female cat or dog, you’re protecting her against potentially deadly diseases, including bacterial infections, reproductive tract diseases, and several types of cancer. By spaying your pet, you are helping to control the dog and cat overpopulation problem, which means keeping more cats and dogs out of shelters.
This procedure involves removing the ovaries and uterus, and is a surgical procedure done with the pet under anesthesia. We follow strict protocols and continually monitor your pet’s vital signs to help ensure her safety.
Neutering your male cat or dog reduces or eliminates his risk for prostate and testicular cancer, as well as sexually transmitted diseases. This procedure also reduces or eliminates undesirable and embarrassing behavior, including roaming, fighting, humping, and spraying. This will also help control the dog and cat overpopulation problem.
Neutering involves removing the testicles, it is a surgical procedure and needs to be performed with your pet under anesthesia. We follow strict protocols and continually monitor your pet’s vital signs to help ensure his safety.
Soft Tissue Surgery
Services including mas removals, cystotomy and GI surgery.
Nutritional Counselling and Weight Management
It is reported that 40% of pets are overweight, with 25% being considered obese. The excess weight can lead to a variety of health issues such as accelerated ageing, mobility problems, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer, to name a few.
Not sure if your pet is at their ideal weight? Call our office or come in and talk to any of our veterinary team members to explain body condition scoring and help to design weight management program for your pet.
According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, more than 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have dental disease by the age of 3. Dental (or periodontal) disease is the most frequently diagnosed health problem in pets. Common signs of dental disease include:
Is a safe, permanent way to identify your pet in case he or she becomes lost. A microchip, which is a tiny device about the size and shape of a grain of rice, is placed just under the loose skin at the back of the neck. When a lost dog or cat without an ID tag is found, a veterinarian staff member, shelter, or rescue organization will use a handheld microchip scanner to check for a chip. If the pet has one, it will transmit its ID number to the scanner via a low-frequency radio wave. The veterinary hospital or shelter then calls the chip manufacturer, retrieves the pet owner’s contact information, and calls the owner, or emergency contact number.