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List of Services

We provide routine wellness and preventative care services in addition to basic, non-emergency sick pet care for dogs and cats only. If your pet is ill or injured and it is determined that they need more advanced/critical care, immediate labwork, imaging (ultrasound or x-rays), general anesthesia or surgery (this includes spay/neuter or professional dental cleanings), then we will refer them to a nearby full-service facility. We do not provide any grooming services. For emergencies, please visit our Emergency & After Hours Care page for information on Petriage Telehealth services or our FAQ page for a list of the nearest recommended 24-hour Emergency Hospitals.

Drug and Syringe

Vaccinations are important to prevent serious illness in pets. Even pets that spend 100% of their time indoors should be vaccinated. Your veterinarian will determine and recommend which vaccines are appropriate for your pet to receive.

Alternative & Holistic Care

In addition to the more familiar conventional therapies, we utilize Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) which includes acupuncture, herbal medicine, food therapy, and Tui-Na (Chinese Medical Massage). 

Chinese Medicine Herbs
Ginger Cat
End-of-Life Services

Along with medical care and emotional support for geriatric or terminally ill pets, we also provide compassionate in-home euthanasia and aftercare services.

Adult Dog & Cat Wellness

A typical wellness visit includes a complete physical examination, vaccinations, laboratory tests, parasite prevention, and a discussion about your dog’s daily habits and nutrition. Depending on your dog’s age, these visits may be recommended annually or more frequently. 

Puppy & Kitten Wellness

Initial health-checks, de-worming, vaccinations, and parasite prevention starts at 6-8 weeks of age and continues every 3-4 weeks until their about 16+ weeks of age.

Virtual Visits

We offer video conferencing for minor issues, follow-up visits, management of chronic conditions, prescription refills, specialist consultations. *Pets must have been seen by our veterinarian within the past 12 months.

Caressing a Cat
Skin & Allergy Therapy

A common symptom associated with allergies is itching of the skin, either localized (in one area) or generalized (all over the body). The causes of allergies can range from plants, insects, animals, or foods and symptoms can be confused with other disorders, or occur at the same time with them. 

Chronic Pain & Disease Management

As pets age, many chronic diseases can develop that can be managed quite well if they are diagnosed and treated early. The best care is achieved through a cooperative relationship between the pet owner and veterinary team. 

Black Dog
Surgery Tools
Minor Surgery

We offer minor wound repair (such as bite wounds, lacerations, & abscess drainage) in addition to small growth removals (< 5 cm) under injectable sedation and local anesthesia. All other surgeries are referred to a local full service facility.

Blood Work & Other Laboratory Testing

Regular blood work and fecal testing is designed to detect hidden diseases in pets as well as screen for parasites and infections that can transfer to humans allowing for earlier intervention to correct or manage the disease and protect your family members from illness.

Laboratory Scientist
Bulldog Scratching
Parasite Treatment & Prevention

Every pet should receive year-round broad-spectrum parasite control with efficacy against heartworms, intestinal parasites, and fleas.


There is "no one size fits all" recommendation for pet diets. We must take into account the pet's age, health status, activity level, environment and what they like to eat. 

Super Health Food
Girl with Dogs

Behavior problems can be due to medical or behavioral causes, or both. A clinical history, physical examination, and diagnostic testing will help determine if there are underlying medical conditions contributing to the problem.

Health Certificates

A certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI), also known as a health certificate, is an official document issued by a federal, state, tribal, or accredited veterinarian certifying that the animals identified on the document have been inspected and were found to satisfy the regulations pertaining to their intended movement – within the same state, between states, or internationally.


Microchipping your pet not only provides a permanent way of identification, it also allows for your pet to be returned to you in the case that they should go missing.

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