Comprehensive Physical Examinations

Just as annual physical exams are recommended for humans, they are also recommended for your pet.

Because dogs and cats age seven times faster, on average, than people, significant health changes can occur in a short amount of time.  The risks of cancer, diabetes, obesity, arthritis, heart disease, metabolic disease and other serious conditions all increase with the age of your pet.

Many pet owners are not aware that taking their pet to the veterinarian once a year is the same as a person seeing their doctor or dentist once every seven years.  When veterinarians see a pet on a regular basis (once or twice a year), they can help pets avoid some preventable illnesses and diseases.

A wellness exam includes a complete physical examination along with a vaccination schedule tailored specifically for your pet, diagnostic testing (which may include blood work, urinalysis, and checking a stool sample for parasites)
Wellness exams are an important part of preventative health for pets in all stages of life, from puppies and kittens to senior pets. If your pet seems to be young and healthy, a wellness examination is a good way to detect changes such as weight gain or loss, dental disease, or other subtle changes that may not be evident at home.  For senior pets it is a good way to detect early onset of disease and therefore, can greatly improve the overall health and well-being of your pet.

  • Vaccinations-designed for your pets specific needs

  • Parasite and heartworm testing   

  • Geriatric panel

  • Arthritis and pain management   

  • Microchip Placement (Home Again)

Office Hours:

Monday:            8am-5pm

Tuesday:            9am-5pm

Wednesday:      8am-5pm

Thursday:          9am-6pm

Friday:                9am-5pm (When closed Saturday)

                            9am-4pm (When open Saturday)

Saturday:           9am-2pm (Every other Saturday)

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