FAQ

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General Questions

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What services do you offer?

We offer well pet services such as exams, deworming, vaccines catered to each individual pet, flea and parasite control, boarding for our patients, and day care, diagnostics for parasites and illness including medical exams and laboratory tests. In addition we offer elective surgery such as spay and neuter, corrective surgery for injuries and tumors, and dental cleaning and extractions. Our doctors provide advice and guidance in all phases of your pet’s life.

Do I need an appointment?

An appointment is recommended as it is our goal to provide timely care for you. Your time is valuable and we respect that. We want to provide the best service for you always.

What does my puppy or kitten need for nutrition?

Our doctors and staff are trained to offer expert advice to you for nutrition from the young to the very old, and even disease management.

How do I know if my pet is in pain?

An examination with our doctors can identify pain and it’s causes.

Why is my pet itchy?

There are many causes of itching, from parasites, to allergies, to disease. An examination with our doctors can localize and treat the cause of the itch.

Is my pet overweight?

It is possible, but different breed are built differently. A consultation
and exam can determine if your pet’s weight is appropriate.

What vaccines do my puppy or kitten need? Is it safe for them to be exposed to other pets?

A vaccine program will be catered to your puppy or kitten and decide when it is
appropriate for them to be around other pets.

Why does my pet have bad breath?

Most of the time bad breath is caused by dental tartar and gum disease. Dental health is an important part of overall health. We recommend dental care start with the very young, and periodic dental cleanings for maintaining dental health.

What can I do for flea control?

There are many options available for flea control. We discuss those options and help you choose the one that is best for your pet.

What is heartworm and should I be worried about it?

Heartworm is a parasite spread by mosquito bites and can cause devastating heart damage. Our doctors can discuss prevention and risk with you on an individual basis.