X-rays are a vital diagnostic tool for our veterinarians to see what is potentially problematic inside your dog's body. We have on-site x-ray equipment, allowing our medical team to take radiographs right away so that we can give you answers about your pet's health.
We work with a comprehensive laboratory to help get your pet's diagnostic results back quickly. This includes urine testing, bloodwork, fecal and tissue samples, microbiology, and many more.
Does my indoor cat need to be vaccinated too? Contact with other cats can change throughout life. It is important to keep the immune system "remembering" viruses and how to effectively and rapidly respond. In addition, rabies vaccination is required by law, regardless of the lifestyle of your pet.
When do kittens get their first immunization? Ideally, kittens receive their first vaccines at around 8-weeks-old. How often do my kittens need vaccines? Typically, 3 sets of vaccines are given at 8, 12 and 16 weeks. This helps ensure that kittens not responding to the initial vaccines do so at...