You can rest assured that your pets will be well cared for at PetsVet Animal Hospital. When you need us the most, our kind and knowledgeable staff are here to assist you.
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Acupuncture is a technique that includes inserting very fine needles into the skin at strategic points along meridians. It’s most typically used to alleviate pain, but it’s also used to treat metabolic abnormalities, skin illness, and mental health.
While periodic dental checkups and cleanings are recommended for all pets, there are warning signs that your cat or dog could be in urgent need of a dental appointment. We recommended that in addition to brushing, pet owners should check their pet’s teeth at least once a week.
It’s not uncommon to wonder if your pet is dealing with an emergency situation. As a general rule of thumb, if something doesn’t feel right, call us. We’ll be there to talk you through the situation and let you know if you should come in to see us.
Pet Food Allergy Testing
Just as humans can develop allergic reactions to environmental elements, so too can our pets. While we cannot cure your pet’s allergy, there are ways to effectively manage and relieve allergy symptoms.
Pet Integrative Medicine
Our focus at PetsVet Animal Hospital is to provide the best care for your pet through Integrative Medicine. Integrative medicine combines conventional medicine along with holistic medicine to come up with a treatment plan to best fit each individual pet.
Microchips are tiny electronic devices, about the size of a grain of rice, that use radio waves to transmit identification information. Pet microchips store unique identification numbers that show once the chip is scanned.
At PetsVet Animal Hospital, we can perform almost any procedure your cat or dog may require, or we can refer you to the appropriate professional for assistance. At our hospital, our skilled veterinarians offer a wide range of surgical services, from routine to complex procedures.
Ultrasonography is a diagnostic procedure that creates an imaging study by using ultrasonic waves. This means that we can observe internal images of the patient’s body during ultrasonography.
Vaccines protect cats and dogs from a variety of viral and bacterial infections to which they may be exposed. Your veterinarian will set up a vaccination program for your pet to protect him or her from diseases that are prevalent in your area.
With the advances in digital x-ray technology, we can now manipulate the digital images that we take off a pet’s systems to see what is wrong. This has allowed us to detect things like hairline fractures and orthopedic conditions that were previously not visible.