One of the best ways to keep your pet healthy is to have an annual physical exam!
Regular veterinary visits, preventative vaccinations and medications, and good hygiene can go a long way in helping to prevent disease.
Pets, like people, need regular dental care. Studies have shown that greater than 85% of dogs and cats over 3 years of age have some form of dental and/or gum disease.
Veterinary surgery has undergone a tremendous revolution. With recent advances in equipment and instrumentation, anesthesia and pain management, veterinarians are now able to offer exciting and safer surgical treatment options.
Proper nutrition is important for maintaining your pets health and well-being. Learn about differences in the pet foods available today and what type can best meet your pets energy requirements.
Veterinary medicine is rather unique compared to other medical professions since veterinarians are extensively trained to deal with illnesses that affect all of the tissues and organs in your pet’s body. We know about it from head to tail, inside and out!