Care You Can Trust
Increase the chance and speed of being reunited with your pet if separated.
Vaccines help to keep your pet healthy, happy, and safe from preventable diseases. These are especially important for multi-pet households, pets that get groomed or boarded, and pets that go outside.
We make sure your pet's smile and gums are healthy and clean.
Our hospital is equipped with in-house laboratory analyzers, a well-stocked pharmacy, in-hospital surgery suite, full digital radiology and ultrasound, therapeutic laser, and a closely supervised hospitalization area. We strive to educate clients to help provide knowledge for them to keep their pets healthy and happy. We provide compassionate and comprehensive care.
Our fully stocked pharmacy has all of the essentials for your pet such as heartworm, flea and tick preventatives and a wide array of medications and nutrition supplements. We also carry a broad selection of both Hill’s Science Diet and Royal Canin prescription foods to help provide appropriate nutrition for many of the common nutritional response medical conditions. For our feathered friends, we carry a line of Harrison’s and Lafebers bird foods.
We have the resources and training your pet needs to stay healthy.
Professional Veterinary Care,
Reasonable Pricing, And Compassion
We treat an extensive selection of small mammals such as rabbits, ferrets, sugar gliders, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, rats, mice, chinchillas, hedgehogs, prairie dogs, degus, callitrichids, capybaras, and more. If your small mammal is not listed feel free to call our office, we likely treat them as well. Annual wellness exams are strongly recommended regardless of species to keep your pet healthy. We are also here in case of illness or emergency and will always try to see you as soon as possible!
Amphibians, Fish, Farm Animals
In our practice we can treat salamanders, frogs, toads, axolotls, goldfish, and most other amphibians or fish. We can also see pigs, sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas, and other farm animals as long as they can be transported to the hospital.