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Micro Chipping
Microchips are placed under the skin usually between the shoulder blades to provide a way to prove ownership if a pet is stolen and to find the owner when a pet is lost. Each microchip has a number that is registered on a database to identify each pet's address and owners phone number to easily get the pet back home to safety. Animal control offices and veterinary hospitals have a scanner available to read the microchips. 

Dental Care

 Adopt a simple program of good dental care to ensure your pet a healthy smile. Not only will your pet enjoy cleaner teeth and gums , oral health promotes wellness throughout the body. Dogs and cats don’t get cavities often, but periodontal or gum disease is common in both. Dental disease can cause gum infl ammation and tooth loss, infection and even organ damage (e.g., heart damage from oral bacteria in the blood). Up to 80% of dogs and 70% of cats that don’t receive early dental care develop dental disease by the age of three years. Dental disease is easily prevented by regular dental examinations, home care and dental cleanings. 


Radiography is an imaging technique that uses electromagnetic radiation other than visible light, especially X-rays, to view the internal structure of a non-uniformly composed and opaque object (i.e. a non-transparent object of varying density and composition) .We have a state of the art digital radiography system. 


We offer hospitalization for our special needs patients . This may include a diabetic pet  or any pet  in need of medications and extra care.




Ultrasound can be used for medical imaging, detection and measurement  We provide this service by appointment.

Wellness Exams

A wellness examination is a routine medical examination of a patient that is apparently healthy, as opposed to an examination of a patient that is ill. A wellness examination may also be called a 'check-up' or a 'physical examination'. The focus of a wellness visit is the maintenance of optimal health.


Spay & Neuter

Spaying or neutering your pet is one of the best decisions you can make for his or her health - as well as for the well-being of other animals in your community. It’s also a part of responsible pet ownership. Altered pets live longer and are less likely to contract cancer, infections, and other health problems. It reduces behavioral problems such as, roaming, spraying, inappropriate elimination or mounting.  Please help reduce the amount of puppies and kittens placed in animal shelters each year.


Emergency Care 
We are fully equipped for an emergency . We are available for emergency care during business hours. 


Vaccinations are vital in safeguarding your pet’s health. They help prevent disease, protecting your pet from serious, life-threatening illness. Some can even protect you. Rabies pet vaccines also promote human health, by curbing disease we can contract from animals. Vaccinations are given when your pet is very young as early as 6 weeks then given as boosters every 1-3 years depending on your pets age and the vaccine. Vaccinations stimulate the immune system to produce antibodies that will later protect the pet if exposed to that disease. 


If your pet is in need of a surgery we have one of the most modern operating rooms equipped with monitors, anesthesia machines, and other advanced medical equipment to provide a professional sterile environment . The veterinarians that perform the surgeries are highly skilled surgeons with expertise in this area.

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