To start kittens on the road to good health, we offer a variety of lab tests and vaccines that will keep your pet healthy from the start. Your kittens should be brought in at 6 weeks of age for their first check up. As your cat grows and matures, our staff highly recommend your adult cats are brought in twice a year. We offer spay and neuter services to prevent unwanted pregnancies and reduce the risk of certain cancers. For more mature cats, we offer blood panels, ultrasounds, and x-rays that may reveal the onset of disease.
Vaccines are health products that trigger protective immune responses (defense cells in the body) in cats and prepare them to fight future infections from disease causing agents. Vaccines can lower the severity of future diseases and certain vaccines can even prevent infection altogether.
Parasites can wreak havoc in and outside your kitty's body. Parasite control can help protect them against pests like fleas, ticks, hookworms, roundworms, ear mites, and heartworms.
When your pet escapes, as long as your pet is microchipped, an animal shelter or veterinarian can identify your cat and ensure he or she is safely returned to your home.
Therapeutic lasers have been shown to increase circulation, decrease swelling, reduce pain, and increase tissue repair. They can be used for both acute and chronic conditions. No sedation is necessary and the experience is usually pleasant and comforting to the kitty.
We are certified by VetStem Biopharma for stem cell therapy. This type of treatment cultivates the patient's own fat cells, concentrates them at the lab, and then injects them back into the affected area. This is a common treatment for arthritis and other forms of inflammation.
Acupuncture is a safe and effective form of complementary medicine that can decrease pain and treat a variety of health issues in cats. Acupuncture can be used in conjunction with supplements and medications as well as other physical modalities such as therapeutic laser or PEMF.
A dental cleaning will control your pet's bad breath and protect against more serious tooth and mouth problems. Oral disease is very common in pets. Because cats hide pain and disease, most people are not even aware when their cat has significant discomfort. Our hospital is very proactive about preventing and treating pain and infection.
Our veterinarians offer many types of general and laser surgery within our clinic. We are committed to providing the highest quality surgical and medical care, whether it be a routine spay or neuter to a more complicated procedure.
day boarding, extended, and medical stay
We are committed to caring for your cats, whether they are here for a quick checkup or an extended stay while you are away.