Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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We wish to extend our congratulations to you and your newest family member!
Our Doctors and Staff know that adding a new family member can be an overwhelming experience and you will have many questions and concerns that will arise over the upcoming months. Comprehensive veterinary care today is three fold and is directed at making your pet a healthy and well-adjusted companion. We are here to provide and guide you toward the best experience possible with your pet.
The following documents consist of information on developmental stages and health care for you newest family member.
Vaccinating your pet
Vital information on protecting the health of your pet with Vaccinations
The method of preventing accidents
The steps for a positive experience
Handling and Leadership
Exercises for all family members
Protecting your pet with Health Insurance
You can protect your pets in case of accident
Heartworm and Flea Prevention
Basic knowledge of these common health problems and how to avoid them
Pets can transmit diseases that may be harmful to human’s especially young children
Puppy Learning and Socialization
Help foster a lifetime of positive interactions
Outline to begin a successful socialization program
Importance of routine dental care
Ensure your pet returns home
Spay and Neutering
Why this procedure is important for the long term health of your pet
Anesthesia and Your Pet
How safe is a surgical procedure for my pet