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Our Services

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Basset Hound Check-Up

Think of it as a proactive approach to healthcare for your furry best friend.  Proper preventive care can help to increase lifespan, while also providing a happier and healthier quality of life. Regular check-ups with your pet’s veterinarian can aide in catching problems early, and even preventing them altogether.  We believe in tailoring wellness and preventive care to meet the needs of each specific patient that we treat.   

  • Wellness Exam

  • Vaccinations

  • Heartworm Testing (canine & feline) & FeLV/FIV Testing

  • Parasitic Screening

  • Parasitic Control – heartworm, flea/tick, intestinal parasites 

  • Reproductive Counseling (spay/neuter or reproductive management)

  • Identification (microchipping)

  • Behavior Counseling




Point-of-care diagnostic testing allows our medical team to have results in just a matter of minutes, helping us to guide treatment for your furry best friend.  In many cases, the ability to begin prompt treatment for a sick or injured patient, almost always leads to a more favorable outcome.    

  • CBC/Chemistry/Electrolytes

  • Urinalysis

  • Digital Radiography

  • Parasitic Screening

  • Skin & Ear Cytology

  • IDEXX SNAP Testing – Heartworm, Parvo Virus, FeLV/FIV + many more!

  • Plus Many More!



In our modern, state-of-the-art surgery suite, we perform a number of soft tissue and orthopedic procedures.  Our medical team strictly adheres to the most current industry standards and best practices, so that we are able to provide a safe and stress-free experience, for both our patients, and their owners.  

  • Spay & Neuter

  • Gastropexy

  • Abdominal Exploratory / Foreign Body

  • Mass Removal & Laceration Repair

  • Cherry Eye Repair, Enucleation, & Entropion Repair

  • TPLO, FHO, & MPL

  • Amputation

  • Plus Many More!



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Good oral health is an important part of your fur baby’s overall health.  Periodontal disease is the most common dental condition affecting dogs and cats, and if left untreated, can actually lead to other health conditions, as well as adversely affect a pet’s overall quality of life.  Through a combination of annual dental cleanings + consistent at-home dental care, our goal is to keep our patients feeling healthy and pain-free. 

  • Dental Prophylaxis (Scaling & Polishing of all teeth)

  • Dental Radiography (Full Mouth)

  • Extractions

  • Gingival Surgery

  • Leave-in Antibiotic Therapy (Doxirobe Gel)




We offer an in-house pharmacy that provides quick and easy access for most of your furry best friend’s immediate pharmaceutical needs.  We also offer our clients access to our on-line pharmacy for convenient home delivery, and for easy access to the few medications and prescription diets that we do not stock in-hospital.   Shop our online pharmacy!

  • Pain Management

  • Antibiotic Therapy

  • Parasitic Control

  • Prescription Diet(s)

  • Skin, Ear, and Eye Medication(s)

  • Plus Many More!



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Our doctors and medical team can diagnose, treat, and manage many of the common conditions affecting both dogs and cats.  In addition, we partner with outstanding board-certified veterinary internal medicine specialists to provide advanced consultations, diagnosis, and treatment plans.  See our Partners Page to learn more about our partners.

  • Diabetes Mellitus

  • Hyperthyroidism & Hypothyroidism

  • Renal Disease

  • Cushing’s & Addison’s Disease

  • Pancreatitis

  • Congestive Heart Failure (plus other cardiac issues) 

  • Digestive Tract, Urinary Tract, and Reproductive Tract Issues



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Since skin is the largest organ for both people and animals, when there is an issue, it can be extremely uncomfortable for your fur baby to deal with.  Our doctor(s) and medical team can diagnose, treat, and manage many common dermatological conditions affecting both dogs and cats.

  • Allergies

  • Skin & Ear Infections

  • Ringworm

  • Fleas, Ticks, & Mites (Ectoparasites) 


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We offer select urgent care services on a case-by-case basis.  Note, we cannot appropriately treat or manage patients in respiratory distress that are having trouble breathing.  

Internal Medicine
Urgent Care
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